A good place to kill time. Advantages: 1. You can take a leisurely walk, especially with delicious ice cream. 2. Everything is free-if you want to save your budget, this is a very cheap way of entertainment. Disadvantages: 1. There is still a lot of construction work to be done before the arrival of the America's Cup. So it has not reached the best condition.
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Viaduct Port, once a busy commercial port, was transformed into a venue for hosting the America’s Cup finals in 2000 and is now a large leisure commercial district. Viaduct Harbour is a waterfront area in the heart of Auckland City, surrounded by the city and the sea. Looking around, you will have a panoramic view. To the east, the dark red wharf building is elegant and solemn; from the north, the blue sea is sparkling; from the west, the harbour bridge connects the two shores; from the south, the towering sky tower points directly to the sky~ Zhangzhang is a big shot . Strolling along the seaside promenade, industrial remains and fashionable buildings are perfectly integrated, countless sailing boats and flocks of seagulls are walking along the waves, sky towers and forest masts complement each other, hurried tourists and quiet diners each get their own place and experience a comfortable feeling~ that's nice! To travel to Auckland, you must go to Viaduct Harbour to check in.
It is not only a port, but also a favorite place for tourists. The nearby hotels, restaurants, and bars are relatively concentrated, which can meet the different needs of people. The environment near the port is good, you will often encounter various seabirds, and it is also very suitable for sea fishing.
Viaduct Harbour is in the heart of Auckland City and it is a charming area to explore. You'll be spoilt with choice of restaurants and bars and the scenery of water and views of moored yachts. It is very nice to walk along the board walk especially during the sunset.
The viaduct port is a small attraction near Auckland and if it is an attraction, it is not entirely correct. It is a seaside living area with the reputation of Auckland with the thousand sails. The average sailing capacity is the highest. The port is a big family wave. The little windows are all over the various shops, the night view is particularly quiet and peaceful and there is a small park with all kinds of sculpture installations in Oakland, which is also near the port, but a bit too much worse than the fish market in Sydney
A nice harbour, just in the downtown area of Auckland, with easy access, and the supporting buildings, such as hotels, supermarkets, bars, etc., with many yachts docked.