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The Capital of New Zealand, Wellington is also the cultural centre - being home to Te Papa, the ground-breaking interactive Museum of New Zealand, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and national treasures such as the original Treaty of Waitangi.
It's a pretty city with a thriving café culture, trendy bars and over 400 great restaurants. Wellington quite compact, and therefore one of the best ways to get around is on foot. The new state of the art sports and entertainment Stadium is just a short walk from downtown.
Made up of four quarters each with their own distinct mix of shopping, cafes, transport, accommodation, Wellington's intense urban experience is unrivalled in the country.
Leave the city and enter a contemporary style of country life that fully embraces the pleasures of fine wine and good food. In and around Martinborough wine village, famed for its award-winning Pinot Noir, you'll discover a host of welcoming vineyards.
For some suggested itineraries that include Wellington and Martinborough, please click here.
For a video preview of the Wellington region, please click here.
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