Named after Queen Victoria, Queen Street is an important commercial street in downtown Auckland. There are also gift shops and woolen shops on the streets of Queen Street. In addition to the gift shop, you can also find a range of unique gourmet shops, flavours and cafes. Not far from Queens Street is the landmark Sky Tower, which can be seen from Queen Street, a spectacular sight of Auckland.
Auckland's famous shopping district is Queen Street. It's quite suitable to go with friends. The price is fair. It's worth visiting. There are some good buildings. I don't know if Queen Town I went to is the same as Queen Street. I think many small shops along the road are quite distinctive. __________
Queen Street is the main commercial street in Auckland. It is also the most famous, oldest and busiest street in Auckland. This is a collection of all the shopping shops and large department stores in the city. The various shops along the street are also worth visiting.
This street is Auckland's busiest commercial street, along which there are many independent stores, both sides are full of shops, catering, from south to North 2 kilometers, the northernmost end is the harbour pier, you can go to the Outer Islands by boat.
Queen Street is the main road near the port of Auckland. Traffic is very convenient, nearby shopping malls, supermarkets, small shops, restaurants, many. There are also many souvenir shops to buy, and the price is good.
This may be Auckland's busiest street, full of luxury stores. A variety of commodities, is the core of Auckland's commercial streets, there are many restaurants and shops; nightlife bars and restaurants are very lively.
A street goes from beginning to end, except for outdoor sports shops, the rest are all Qipu Road style, where the goods are dazzling and dazzling. It is known as the best business district in New Zealand. Recommend.
Queen Street is not long. It was built in 1840, from QuaySt Street in the north to Grafton Bridge Street in the south. It is an important commercial street in downtown Auckland. It is named after Queen Victoria. On the right side of Queen Street, the junction with Wellesley St is Albert Park. Along the Queen's street, the right HobsonSt turns to VictoriaSt, which is known as the tallest structure in the southern hemisphere. The Sky Tower is located here. For us from the devil, we absolutely ignore it. The Oriental Pearl is much more beautiful than it is...... And the super swing under SkyTowe was so cool that I wanted to see the brave man, but after waiting for 20 minutes, I didn't even play with the people who asked for it. QueenSt and Victoria St are adjacent to each other. This is the center of the city. There are many stylish pedestrians flashing past from time to time. There are many department stores and gift shops in the busy streets. There are no novelties in the items sold. What Maori sculptures, shell jewelry, wool, opossum skin products, or cameras, tripods or too many eye stores? There are several boutiques along the street in QUEENSARCADE, where gifts and souvenirs, artworks and handicrafts, boutiques are much more upscale than they have seen elsewhere. There are several restaurants and cafes on the second floor, and a PIE is ordered for lunch, and they continue to roam in Queen St. Turn right at Wellesley St and take a left turn along Lorne Street, a lane lane. There is a mini-colour square ~KhartoumPI. There are some pictures of women on the wall. They are used to praise New Zealand women for winning the first voting rights in the world. Up the stairs is the famous Auckland Gallery of Art. There are several local designer brands in New Zealand, while on the roadside. The coffee shop is full of customers. Recommended nearby attractions: Albert Park, Auckland Art Museum, Sky Tower Traffic: City Link (red body) to Queen Street Station Food and Beverage: LMA (a restaurant with Israeli, Pakistani and Yemeni flavors) lunch for S$15-23,
Queen Street is the busiest commercial street in Auckland. There are large duty-free shops for international famous products, the largest New Zealand specialty and health care shops, Sky City and the University of Auckland are also very close to this street. There are many specialty food restaurants in different countries, such as authentic Italian restaurants, French restaurants, Spanish restaurants, Indian restaurants, Malaysian restaurants, Vietnamese restaurants, Korean restaurants, Japanese restaurants, etc. Wait, there's nothing you can't imagine, nothing you can't eat. This street is also a street for major parades, political, festival, Hippie and various street activities of different faiths. It is very lively. It's also the most popular place in Auckland. Oakland is very small, and almost quiet when dinner time arrives. Only at the end of Queen Street and the pier, there are some bars open, and there are casinos in Sky City, where everything else is silent.
The annual Farmers Christmas Parade just caught up, Merry Christmas!