Queenstown - New Zealand

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Queenstown is a tourist town in southwestern South Island of New Zealand. It is built around an entering Lake Wakatipu , with spectacular views of the surrounding mountain formations .
It is a city popular among both foreign tourists and among the New Zealanders. Queenstown is a city of adventurers, including bungee jumping main attractions, mountain biking and tramping. Mount Ruapehu snow sports practice, being an important center of New Zealand, four slopes ( Cardrona Alpine Resort, Coronet Peak, The Remarkable and Treble Cone ) attracting tourists from all over the world .The city attracts fun lovers by rich and vibrant nightlife. Locally, Queenstown has a reputation as one of the gastronomic centers of New Zealand. The historic city located in the vicinity, Arrowtown , has excellent restaurants and bars , and Queenstown is located near the center of a small wine region known as the southernmost in the world. Pinot noir wines produced in this region have been crowned with prizes. A few of attractions: Lake Wakatipu, extreme sports: jet boats, bungee jump, ski, river surfing, sky diving, mountain biking, paragliding, Millbrook Resort - 150-year old farmhouse, of Frankton Queenstown Airport, Skyline Gondola, Winter Festival.

What to do: Dorothy Browns Cinema on Buckingham Street in Arrowtown, is a boutique cinema showing a mixture of art-house movies and recent releases. Queenstown has a flourishing arts scene with plenty of art galleries dotted through the downtown area, Speargrass Flat Road and Arrowtown. Strikebowl is Queenstown’s only full size ten pin bowling centre and is located in the Coronet Peak Hotel on Arthur’s Point Road. http://www.mydestination.com/queenstown/things-to-do/210932

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