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Conference hotels in Auckland: the largest city of the island nation of New Zealand offers true adventure. The city’s unique landscape is due to its construction on the Auckland Volcanic Field, with Auckland being spread over 53 inactive volcanoes. It was first inhabited by the Maori in the 12th century and is referred to as ‘young beauty with 100 lovers’ by the Maori. The city is home to a third of the country’s entire population.

Auckland – The beauty of a volcanic landscape

Be enchanted by the beauty of Auckland’s volcanic landscape, and enjoy a unique conference experience in New Zealand’s economic metropolis. The City Circuit Bus takes you through the downtown area efficiently and free of charge. Be sure to visit the nation’s tallest tower—the Sky Tower—which soars to an impressive height of 328 m. Whether you simply want to enjoy the view or complete an adrenaline-fuelled bungee jump, is up to you. As you walk through the city, you can also admire the volcanic landscapes, which exist in the form of craters or maars. The most famous hill is One Tree Hill. An important memorial site of the Maori and shaped by an extensive history, the hill is today treeless. An obelisk, commemorating the treaty signed between the British Crown and Maori tribes, has instead stood here since 1940. The Treaty of Waitangi, signed in 1840, laid the foundations for the modern-day New Zealand Constitution.

New Zealand is known for its unique scenery, and you can truly experience this in Auckland. Outside of your conference, there are lots of adventures out in nature to choose from. Mount Eden—the city’s tallest volcano—provides a unique view of the city from 196 m up.
Looking for a mix of city and nature? Then you should definitely visit the Auckland War Memorial Museum, which doubles as a memorial housing a number of artefacts on Maori culture and history. Painter Paul Gauguin even visited the museum and drew inspiration for his pictures here.

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