On the south-east tip, we discover the blissful beauty that typifies New Zealand.
Locals go as far as to say that Antarctica is embedded in the city's DNA.
This fast-evolving city in the Canterbury region is foodie heaven.
Once used to store student robes, this unassuming spot helped give birth to the Nuclear Age.
Locals would like you to join them in these much-loved spaces.
The George in Christchurch, New Zealand, is all about providing comfort and care.
Almost six years after God smote the city, nothing quite prepares you for Christchurch.
After being hit by a devastating earthquake in 2011, which closed much of the city centre for two years, Christchurch has made a comeback. New Zealand's second-largest city was rebuilt using innovative designs such as the Cardboard Cathedral that replaced the damaged icon of the city, and the Re:Start mall that features shops inside shipping containers. But the city maintains its English university town-style charm.