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Located on the southernmost tip of the North Island, Wellington is the second-largest city in New Zealand. It is one of the windiest cities in the world that features a maritime climate. The city is known for its world-class cafés and restaurants so make sure to check out some popular ones. Wellington is also one of the greenest places in the world with over 50,000 hectares of forest area. The city’s oldest building known as Colonial Cottage is worth checking. It dates back to 1858.
With Wellington hop-on hop-off, you can cover major tourist attractions of the city including i-SITE Visitor Centre / City Gallery, Mt Victoria Lookout, Wellington Zoo, Cuba Quarter, Wellington Cable Car, Zealandia, Parliament / Old St Paul’s Cathedral, Wellington Museum, Te Pepa / Oriental Bay, and more. It is one of the best things to do in Wellington when you are on a budget and want to see more in less time.
March to May is the best time to plan a visit to Wellington. It is the autumn season in the city with warm weather and fewer crowds. If you are on a budget, you can visit during the low season from June to August. It can be somewhat windy during this time, but you can score great deals on airfare and accommodation.
Wellington bus tour offers you the convenience and flexibility to get off at the nearest designated stop. No tour guide, you set your own itinerary. You’ll find all the stops are located strategically at all the major attractions, making your touring as hassle-free as possible. And then, when you’re ready to continue, return to a designated bus stop, show your pass, and hop back on the bus and onwards towards your next attraction. So, go ahead and make a whole loop of the route once you have your tour ticket, get familiar with the city and pick out your favorite places to visit and then return to them during your stay.
We recommend spending at least three days in Wellington to cover the city’s major highlights without feeling rushed. If you can spare one or more days, you can also take day trips from Wellington to explore the nearby attractions like Kapiti island and Martinborough.
That will depend on the tour provider. You’ll find that hop-on hop-off bus tours can be either live or audio-guided. Many will have a pre-recorded commentary that’ll share fascinating information about the history of Wellington, its culture, and many places of interest. You’ll find that the audio commentary will be provided in various languages. English, French, German and Spanish are the most commonly used, but others may be available. Check the specific product page for full details of all the languages offered.
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