Auckland is so alive with culture and art that a long weekend is only just enough time to scratch the surface… let’s get cracking!
Auckland, or Tāmaki Makaurau, to give it its Māori name, is the world’s largest Polynesian city and as such has a hugely rich and diverse cultural history. There is so much to see and do here, and you can really immerse yourself in the Māori culture and all it has to offer.
There’s nothing like a trip to an island to make you think “holiday”. Maybe it’s the feeling of escape, of getting away to somewhere isolated and peaceful.
The crew in premium economy have time to stop and chat and they do so with genuine interest.
Any questions about the value in paying for premium economy are put to bed.
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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.