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Wellington is a two-in-one package of nature and a haven for those seeking outdoor activities and those craving for a great place to rejuvenate as well. It is a picture perfect city that leaves people from all over the world spellbound at its ability to provide such amazing panoramic views. Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand and is also the cultural and political centre point of the nation. It houses a bewildering mix of ethnic Maori community and people of European descents that adds to the colourful cultural mosaic of the city. The Downtown Wellington has flourished as an ideal tourist hub with plethora of glittery shopping centres, dazzling cafes, excellent transport facilities and stylish hotels. The art and music lovers swear have a time of their life while swooning past the Te Papa, the ground-breaking interactive Museum of New Zealand and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. Admirers of historical events and heritage should not be disheartened as national treasures such as the original Treaty of Waitangi and Katherine Mansfield’s Birthplace welcomes with their distinct collections.
Wellington is imaginatively positioned at the geological central point of New Zealand. The city blooms between a picturesque harbour and forested green hills at the southern tip of The North Islands. However, the city is also situated on a geographical default line and so remains prone to earthquakes. Two devastating earthquakes of nineteenth century nearly flattened all the accommodations of Wellington. Today it is a vibrant and scenic cosmopolitan with diverse and eccentric ambience. The city bed and breakfasts and hostels are usually packed up with the hip-hop crowd from all over the world. Everywhere you go in Wellington, the sounds and smell of the saline South Pacific Ocean hang in the air and green hills and valleys wrap you. Travellers often take apartments for rent in the city to extend their stay in Wellington.

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