Angie Kelly tours Auckland's eastern shoreline on two wheels.
Just off Auckland is an island where foodies, wine lovers and walkers love to visit, writes Andrew Taylor.
Auckland is easy on the eye and is becoming a culinary star, writes Andrew Taylor.
Cruise lines are recognising the value of longer stays in port, writes Louise Goldsbury.
Never talk to strangers… unless they have a fabulous house you can borrow.
Auckland's best feature is its wonderful harbour. Walk out along Tamaki Drive or hire a kayak for the morning.
From volcanoes to sailing, to shopping to a bustling dining scene, Auckland has something for everyone.
P&O and Viking River Cruises are building new ships and that means more choice for passengers.
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.