Auckland, New Zealand

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Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand. It is located on the North Island of New Zealand. It’s pretty quiet and great city. So clear and fresh air… Auckland is one of the most beautiful cities to live in this world. It’s always beautiful.

Average daily food costs in Auckland?
There are so many restaurants in Auckland. More than a thousand. All kinds of the restaurant. There are so many luxury restaurants, cheap restaurants, cozy restaurants, local restaurants and more. You can find anything you want here. The costs are changing between 2$ and 100-110$.

Average daily hotel costs in Auckland?
Auckland… What a beautiful city. There are so many hotels in Auckland and the costs are changing between 35$ and 400-420$ per night.

Where can we eat?

One Tree Grill: One Tree Grill is one of the best restaurants in Auckland. If you wanna eat something delicious, you should be here. Great place to dinner…

Ortolana: Awesome choice for your breakfast. And do not forget to taste some New Zealand foods in here. Do not!

What about the transportation?
From the airport to the city: You can use the skybus. Skybus is always available, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. And the ticket prices are beginning about 16 NZD. (About 10-11 USD)
In the city: There are so many options about the transportation. You can use the tram, bus or ferry. And the prices are not so expensive, they are beginning about 1-2$.

What should we do?

Auckland Museum: The museum also known as “Auckland War Memorial Museum”. That’s the name. You can learn about the history of the country in that museum, you can learn anything you want. Entry fees:

Adults: 25$
Children (6-14 years): 10$
Children (Under 5 years): Free
Families (2 adults + up to 4 children): 60$

Auckland Zoo: It’s one of the most impressive zoos in the world. You can see many different types of the animals in this garden. You are gonna love it, have fun… There are some entry fees:

People (15 years and over): 28$
Children (4-14 years): 12$
Children (Under 4 years): Free

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