The pearl of Oceania – Auckland, New Zealand – is among the world’s top ten cities for living in terms of ecology and convenience. It is called the City of volcanoes and sailboats. There are 48 extinct volcanoes, 3 bays, and more than 50 islands in its vicinity. And the uniqueness of the city is that it has access to two seas. On the one hand, its coast is washed by the Tasman Sea, on the other by the waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Auckland cannot boast of a large number of historical and architectural monuments. But on the other hand, it has several modern man-made attractions. The tallest structure in the Southern Hemisphere is the Sky Tower radio Tower. The largest stadium in the country is Eden Park. One of the longest viewing tunnels in the world is the “Underwater World” at the Kelly Tarleton Aquarium.