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Auckland is the economic capital of New Zealand, which also forms the most populous urban area of the country with approximately 1,454,300 residents. The city also attracts history buffs and nature lovers from all parts of the world. Harbour Bridge, Aotea Square, Auckland Civic Theatre, Eden Park, Tiritiri Matangi Island, Cornwall Park, etc. are some of most popular places in and around the city.

Famous Suburbs / Neighbourhoods in Auckland

Auckland CBD

The CBD/Downtown area lies in the heart of Auckland. It is the preferred residential locality for most wealthy Aucklanders, particularly those who work in the CBD and want to stay in close proximity to their office. Many of the city’s famous bars, clubs and other tourist destinations are easily accessible from Auckland CBD. A number of public transportation services are available within the area. There is a wide range of options available from the Britmore Transport Centre and Auckland Ferry Terminal.  Hotels in the CBD are expensive and can cost several hundred dollars per night.

Mount Eden

Mount Eden is a suburb located around 4 kilometres south of the Auckland CBD. A dormant volcano, which is also the city’s highest point, provides the perfect backdrop. Offering a quiet sojourn, it is the preferred place for people who want peace and relaxation. Music buffs also prefer to stay here, as the district hosts many local and international performances at The Powerhouse located on Mount Eden Road. Places like the Eden Park Cricket Stadium and Mount Eden Domain are also popular among tourists. A wide range of accommodation options are available here in the form of hotels and motels. The average prices of the rooms are around 150 to 250 New Zealand Dollars. Bavaria Bed & Breakfast, Quality Suites Alexander Inn, Mt Eden Motel etc. are some popular options. Bus stops are within one minute walk from the central Mount Eden, making it easy and convenient for visitors to reach the main city via Mt Eden Road.

Ponsonby

Ponsonby is located 2 kilometres outside the Auckland city centre. It is famous for some great cafes and art galleries, and is an amazing place for dance and art lovers. It is also an ideal place for the people who love to sip great coffees while turning the pages of a book. The neighbourhood is just at 20 minutes walk from the downtown, from where one can easily find a wide range of transport options. Regular services to and from the Auckland Airport are available in the area. Both guest houses and hotels are available in Ponsonby. The neighbourhood is a great shopping and dining destination, making it a must-visit for every shopping enthusiast.

Mission Bay

This beautiful white-sand beachside suburb is a stylish yet relaxed place to enjoy a vibrant seafront lifestyle. It is an easily accessible urban beach area in Auckland, which is best suited for families and beach lovers. People can enjoy a relaxing stroll on the beach. Motels and B&B (Bed and Breakfast) lodges offer a wide range of accommodation options in Mission Bay.

Parnell

This is the oldest suburb in Auckland, well known for its market boutiques and the overall charm of the area. The Parnell village is the preferred place for shopaholics and tourists seeking a relaxing stay. One can find beautifully renovated villas housing well known restaurants and cafes of Auckland. There are many accommodation options available in the area, particularly hotels and motels.  Car rental services such as USAVE, Express, and Escape Campervan, etc are available for visitors to enjoy the beauty of the famous nearby tourist destinations, such as the Auckland War Memorial Museum, Ewelme Cottage, among many others.

The information is correct as of January 2016.