Wellington is an extraordinarily beautiful and comfortable city, whose abundance of bridges, viaducts, tunnels, parks and gardens. Here are preserved many buildings from the 19th and early 20th centuries. The most striking facet of this diamond and the building of the Parliament called the beehive for its round form. It is a complex of buildings (Parliament house, Bowen house, the Library, the Executive wing). Address: Northern part of the district of Lambton quay Kwai. Idly strolling through the halls of a monument of new Zealand’s history is available daily from 9.00 to 17.00, with the exception of the Executive wing, which was closed for tours. Then look in the Central library, the archive which houses more than four hundred thousands of publications, many of which are of historical value. The main rule: in the library should be quiet! Opposite the former Palace of the government, the world’s second-largest building made of wood.
Draws attention to St. Paul’s Cathedral. A special pride of the city can be considered a zoo, where animals live in spacious open enclosures.