This historic New Regent Street offers a sense of what the city was once like. Beautifully renovated Spanish Mission-style ... More
New Regent Street
This historic New Regent Street offers a sense of what the city was once like. Beautifully renovated Spanish Mission-style facades line both sides of the street, overlooking cafes, restaurants and interesting specialty boutiques. There is plenty of outside seating, providing places to lean back, admire the architecture and absorb the atmosphere of the gracious city that once was. This is the perfect place to linger and relax.
High on the Port Hills, at the junction of the Christchurch Lyttelton Harbour road and the scenic Summit Road, near
Victoria Park, sits the curiously named, quaint, stone building, Sign of the Kiwi. Opened in 1917 as a tearoom ...
Bordered by the graceful Avon River, the Botanic Gardens truly reflects Christchurch's reputation as the garden city. It boasts the
finest single collection of exotic and indigenous plants in New Zealand, with spectacular year round displays and more than ...
The magnificent Hagley Park, where the Christchurch folk walk, jog and play, covers 161 hectares of the inner city. Almost
every sporting activity imaginable is played here, from petanque to New Zealand's national game, rugby. In summer, outdoor concerts ...