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Las mejores actividades en Auckland

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Galería de arte
“On a rainy day, visit Auckland's Art Gallery, located in the Arts Precinct. The Gallery holds a large selection of New Zealand and international artists, which is free to view, and has regular paid exhibitions.”
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Centro comercial
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“For the uninitiated, Ponsonby Central looks like the façade of a homeware store and a soulful restaurant with outdoor dining along a deck of plush pillowed chairs. What you’ll also notice, if you find yourself walking within 100 meters of this place, is a distinct fusion of pleasant aromas beating their way down the sidewalk. The entrance off Ponsonby Road, leads the hungry into a cavern of food stalls where one can witness meat roasting over hot coals, busy Asian men rolling Sushi and fresh fruit being crushed to a pulp for your sipping pleasure. This place is a hive. It doesn’t look like much from the street, but once inside you’ll be surprised how far this monolith stretches back into the inner catacombs. There are a tonne of fresh and hip eateries and cafés hidden within, that tantalise with their extensive menus. Whether you’re in the mood for late night cocktails and shots or roasting pork fresh off the spit, cream filled crêpes or a burger fresh off the grill, a soothing shot of coffee or something a little more organic, then Ponsonby Central can accommodate your needs.”
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Botanical Garden
“Because it will show some Maori and pacific Isalnd Culture History of the early settlers in NZ”
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Botanical Garden
“A fantastic place to get lost in for a few hours. Really interesting exhibits . Also lovely views from the front of the building”
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Natural Feature
“Take a day trip to Waiheke. An easy, 40-minute ferry ride from downtown, Waiheke Island has beautiful beaches and great wineries. Head over in the morning and walk the sculpture trail up to Cable Bay winery, or explore the island by bike. Check out the Oyster Inn for excellent seafood or, for a more budget-friendly option, take a picnic or enjoy fish and chips on the beach. Catch a ferry back to the city at dusk for stunning views of the Auckland skyline.”
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Mirador
“See the vastness of Auckland on a good day from the top of the tower, for the extra keen you can bunny jump off as well.”
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Tienda de regalos
“A great day out and you get to see our special New Zealand exhibit including: Kiwi and other native, endangered birds and reptiles including penguins and the rare '3-eyed' Tuatara lizard.”
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Natural Feature
“Fantastic day trip - easy from Auckland - gets you into nature, sea, and a unique geological experience walking lava trails and pathways past historic quaint baches (kiwi style beachside houses). At the top - wide open vistas.”
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Consultorio dental
“The beach is lovely to walk along and is safe for swimming. There is the lovely view of Rangitoto Island, and lots of trees along the beach front for shade and picnics. The area has lots of restaurants and the best Ice cream is at Movenpick. Try the fish and chips at Sea Cow - it's fantastic.”
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Parque
“A must-see is the Wintergarden, a gorgeous old enormous glass houses with NZ and exotic flora, including large lily ponds, and a fernery. The park is the largest in Auckland and has beautiful old indigenous and exotic trees, cricket grounds, outdoor sculptures, jogging tracks, duck ponds etc. The Auckland Museum is also in these grounds.”
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Plaza
“Great collection of bars and restaurants as well as waterfront sightseeing. The Wynyard Quarter play-space includes a fountain for the kids to play in, a basketball court and a fun playground. This area is accessible on foot if you walk along the water-front, past the viaduct and over the foot bridge. Show the kids the Super-yachts along the way ”
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Surf Spot
“Fabulous long black-sand beach beautiful sunsets and a great feed of fish and chips from the Piha RSA”
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Restaurante de comida rápida
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“One of the most famous trourist attractions, also a nice place for local people to have gather togethers. The largest park in central Auckland, with the beautiful sakkura blosom in Sept. There are cows and sheeps on the lawns.”
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Barco o ferry
“A short ferry trip (15 mins) takes you to a walk around this heritage village. Along the beachfront looking back to the city, or up the grassy volcanoes for stunning views of the Hauraki Gulf Islands. Easy comfortable day adventure.”
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Puerto / Marina
“Explore Auckland's waterfront. Start by exploring Wynyard Quarter, including Silo Park. We recommend a coffee at William's Eatery or if you're hungry, a bite at Baduzzi. Walk through the Viaduct to Britomart, Auckland's lively downtown precinct. We recommend lunch, dinner or a drink at Amano. If you're in the mood, pop into Xuxu for dumplings and cocktails, or The Caretaker, for tailor-made cocktails in a speakeasy setting.”
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Centro comercial
“Shops galore, and movie theatre to boot. For rainy days, you can't go past Sylvia Park, New Zealand's largest shopping mall.”
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