Tours & Tickets
Established by stiff upper lipped English settlers and known as the Garden City for its abundance of trees. Christchurch is a friendly city situated at the edge of the Canterbury plains. In February of 2011, this hardy city on New Zealand's South Island was destroyed by an earthquake. The recovery is in progress and bolstered, by the historic strength of the inhabitants. The business student youth culture and tourism industry are sure to assist in the rebuilding of the town. The top attractions in town are Cathedral Square, The Botanic Gardens, and Sumner Beach.
Rolleston Ave, Christchurch City Centre, Christchurch 8013
Located in the heart of Christchurch, Cathedral Square was once the main venue for citizen gatherings and is now the city's transportation hub. The high-profile building on the square is Christchurch Cathedral, a major landmark in Christchurch. The square is still a place for locals to relax. Every weekend, you can see a variety of street concerts and impromptu street performances. There will also be a lively market, selling T-shirts, sunglasses, paintings and handicrafts along the street, and even the wooden craft clock of the church shape, which makes sense.
Located in the heart of Christchurch, the Canterbury Museum has an elegant European-style exterior that displays the history of the Canterbury region and the treasures of the Eurasian region. You can learn not only about Maori culture and art, but also many about the Antarctic. exhibition. In addition, the third floor also has a discovery center for children, which is very suitable for parent-child activities. Through various interesting interactive facilities, children can learn about natural history.
The Avon River lingers in Christchurch, dividing Christchurch into two. This river, the same name as the Avon River in the UK, runs through the beautiful scenery of Christchurch. Sit on the Avon River with a British-style punt and sway slowly on the calm river. Enjoy the enchanting scenery along the way while enjoying the time. It is very romantic.