Many will tell you that Wellington is a city with plentiful panoramic vistas.
A city where artistic treasures can be found right in the midst of all the action.
And culture is always well within reach.
Wellington is a city that’s not afraid to embrace its quirkiest features.
Aptly contrasting its modern, aesthetically-pleasing fixtures…
…with a trove of heritage sites to create a well-rounded image.
A ride on New Zealand’s only fully-functioning funicular railway system (try saying that fast!) is a definite must.
And the tranquil Botanic Garden is practically a rite of passage.
Of course, no visit to Wellington would ever be complete without paying attention to its political happenings.
The Beehive’s tiered structure is sure to marvel all those who see it.
Architecture aficionados will also fall in love with the Edwardian, neo-classical Parliament House.
And history buffs will absolutely adore the diligently preserved Parliamentary Library.
The local saying is true: nothing beats Wellington on a good day.
Even its gloomiest days are handled in good Kiwi jest.
In the end, it doesn’t matter whether you choose to stay in town…
Or opt to venture slightly further afield…
Wellington is bound to deliver a memorable experience.