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.
A new-wave movement has brought fine dining to Auckland, writes Simon Farell Green.
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.