Fodor's See it New Zealand

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Fodors Travel, 2009 - Travel - 318 pages
Fodor’s. For Choice Travel Experiences.

Praise for Fodor’s See It guides:
“…everything from the latest dish on local hotels and restaurants to Web sites, the nearest tram and metro stops, to prices. Best of all, it’s presented in a colorful, eye-catching format.”
-Frequent Flyer magazine

Fodor’s helps you unleash the possibilities of travel by providing the insightful tools you need to experience the trips you want. While you’re at the helm, Fodor’s offers the assurance of our expertise, the guarantee of selectivity, and the choice details that truly define a destination. It’s like having a friend in New Zealand!

Fodor’s See It New Zealand is the practical illustrated guide that brings New Zealand to life. Essential information about sightseeing, dining, and hotels is all conveniently organized by region–making it easy for you to find the details you need when you’re on the go. See It New Zealand also includes:

•INTRODUCTORY orientation pages for each region with a brief overview and map

•COLOR PHOTOS by the hundreds to show you not only New Zealand’s sights but also its hotels, restaurants, and shops

•COLOR MAPS galore, including neighborhood maps, city plans, transportation maps, and floor plans

•WALKING and DRIVING tours in each region so that you can fully explore New Zealand

•REVIEWS of sights, restaurants, hotels, and shops, grouped by region for easy navigation

•“BEST OF” lists that make itinerary planning a snap

•Detailed PRACTICAL information and cool INSIDER TIPS in every listing


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Contents

Staying
188
Eating
222
PRACTICALITI
260
Practicalities
261
CONTENTS
268
What to Do
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Eating
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Index
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