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Wellington may be New Zealand’s capital but it is constantly challenged by Auckland. Still, because it is rich in culture and art, Wellington continues to prove its worth. Even with a small population, the city is packed with theaters, shops, and galleries. Local artists and tourists alike can enjoy a cup of coffee at one of the city’s numerous cafes. Wellington city is home to about 180 thousand people while the whole Wellington region is occupied by 450 thousand citizens.

Considered as a “home” to Lord of the Rings trilogy director Peter Jackson, Wellington is considered home to New Zealand’s film industry. Even without the film prestige, however, Wellington is home to glorious sights and important artistic events. This means that a visit is still worth bringing a camera for because Wellington offers a keepsake of memories. Wellington is also a safe place to visit. However, remember to drive on the left side of the road if you rent a car.

To visit Wellington and other parts of New Zealand, you have to book a flight, or a series of flights, ending at the Wellington Airport. To get around the city, you can travel by bus or by train. Twenty-eight percent of Wellington’s residents actually use public transport services to get around. Note that you can save money by booking your trip online. If you like warm weather, visit during the summer when temperature peaks at 24 degree Celsius and dips at only 66 degree Fahrenheit. Winter temperature is usually at its lowest at 50 degree Fahrenheit.

For American citizens, no visa is needed. When coming from a visa-free country, you would have to present proof of further travel such as travel tickets and evidence of sufficient funds for the entire trip. As for the passport, it must be at least three months valid after your last day in New Zealand. You also have to prove that you are leaving the country at an appointed time. Not only that, you also have to show that you have enough funds per person for each month of stay. The good thing is that your visa may cover your spouse and your dependent children.

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