Auckland's All Blacks Experience showcases the rich heritage and impressive achievements of NZ's two national rugby union teams.
This harbourside hotel has fine dining, a fine location and a bar with 60 rums.
Would you walk a mile – or two – for a good beer? I'm willing to put that concept to the test in Auckland.
Alien ships, secret kingdoms and the magic of Mordor are revealed in this New Zealand homage to the world of movie mechanics.
Luxurious comfort and green cred go together in this funky Auckland hotel.
A one-time haven for hippies and artists, Waiheke Island started its transformation into a hip wine destination in the 1970s.
The owners of this convent-turned-hotel have not shied away from its intriguing past.
New Zealand's largest city offers great dining, shopping and a mild climate. The city of 1.5 million not only offers the benefits of a modern urban environment, but is a perfect base for lovers of the great outdoors. Auckland is surrounded by beautiful beaches, hiking trails and islands - many within half an hour of the city. The volcanic Rangitoto Island, just 25 minutes by ferry, is a must-do day-trip.