You can't leave Wellington until you've tried these six dishes.
Leave the car at your hotel or ditch it altogether: Wellington is a city best explored on foot.
The hotel is located in the bohemian heart of the city and right on the doorstep of the city's best shops, cafes and bars.
Wellington has many good reasons to celebrate.
There are ways to see animals up close without alarming them or yourself.
Never talk to strangers… unless they have a fabulous house you can borrow.
If you've questioned that old saying about the best things in life, The Tripologist Michael Gebicki has proof that it's actually, well, on the money.
Beautiful and elegant, Wellington is the artistic, cultural and political centre of New Zealand. It boasts of museums, shops and cafes. Catch the cable car to Kelburn and make the journey back through the Botanic Gardens; admire the best city views from the Mount Victoria Lookout; stroll along the boardwalks and the foreshore; and try authentic Maori cuisine. This is a city with true British origins.