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Many of us have wondered that what is left to watch in Christchurch and what else this city has to offer to the visitors flying to Christchurch from rest of the world. After get struck from a massive series of earthquakes in 2011, the city of Christchurch and Canterbury Region is under doubts for last a few years, but there are still many things that have encouraged travellers from across the world to take flights to Christchurch and explore the treasure of attractions in the largest and most populous city of South Island in New Zealand. A dramatically rapid recovery from natural calamities, Christchurch has become once again as among the most visited cities in Oceania.

All flights to Christchurch from London are designated to land at Christchurch International Airport which is considered the biggest transit point for international travellers visiting Christchurch from rest of the world. The airport is somewhat 15 minutes of drive away from the city centre where all major attractions and prime hotels and accommodations in Christchurch are located. To travel around Christchurch, you can use from cycles to rental cars, buses, shuttle service, trams and by foot, which are the quickest and affordable ways to travel around Christchurch.

Christchurch has always been one of the most promising and desired destination for every voyager from across the world. Hence, you will find a havoc of travellers visiting Christchurch from November till January end when all major events and New Year celebration take place. Smart travellers who seek the best time to visit Christchurch can book their tickets to Christchurch from August till October end and from March till late May when the weather conditions are optimum to travel around and avoid huge temperature change in day time.  

Earthquakes in 2011 have destroyed a huge number of attractions in Christchurch, however there are still many attractions and places to visit in Christchurch where you can thoroughly enjoy the beauty, culture and livelihood of this remarkable city. Those places that are yet untouched by the natural calamities and delightful to visit are Christchurch Botanic Gardens, Banks Peninsula, TranzAlpine Train, Hagley Park, Canterbury Museum, Quake City, Air Force Museum, Gondola, Port Hills, Willowbank Wildlife Reserve, The Court Theatre, Orana Wildlife Park, Cardboard Cathedral and Avon River that are among the most astounding, cultural, historical and picturesque places of the city as well as tremendous tourist hotspots.

The delight of bite in New Zealand is quite diverse and travellers often get confused with the type of culinary they want to have. You will find all kinds of culinary and cultural dishes with awesome taste in New Zealand, only when you know where to find it. Go to Victoria Street, Marriner Street, Salisbury Street, Rolleston Avenue, Cranford Street, Lincoln Road, The George, Papanui Road, Nayland Street and many other neighbourhoods around are the best food experience to have during a trip to Christchurch.  

Shoppers can have a blasting time in Christchurch if they are full of money and intend to buy some quality things as souvenir or for daily groceries as Christchurch has some of the most phenomenon markets and malls in entire South Island. Places like Cashel Street, The Tannery, The Arts Centre, Merivale Mall, Weekend Market at Arts Centre, Westfield Riccarton and a bunch of other flea markets that offer a variety of branded as well as home-made products to carry as a souvenir or enjoy in Christchurch.


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