New Zealand Invites Cricket Fans for World Cup – 2015Posted By Keshav TRendy on January 14, 2015 at 11:49am | Blog, Islands, New Zeland, Road Trip, Travel
Most awaited event for Cricket lovers, ICC ODI World Cup will start on February 14, 2015. ICC ODI World Cup 2015 which will be the 11th World Cup, hosted by two countries New Zealand and Australia. Out of 49 World Cup matches Australia will hosts 26 matches which will be played in seven grounds including Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Sydney, Hobart and Melbourne while 23 games will be played in seven New Zealand grounds in Auckland, Hamilton, Napier, Christchurch, Dunedin, Wellington and Dunedin.
New Zealand Hosted Cities For World Cup 2015:
Auckland’s diverse landscapes provide countless opportunities to get immersed in nature. In the west, lush native rainforest plunges down the hills to meet the sea on dramatic black sand beaches, while the east’s sheltered golden sand beaches are fringed with red-flowering pohutukawa trees. To the north the rolling hills of wine country meet stunning coastlines and in the south you’ll find picturesque country gardens, unspoilt forest and tranquil bays to explore.
From magnificent parks and gardens to a thriving cultural precinct, the city offers a vibrant combination of fine dining and nightlife options as well as an electric mix of leisure, lifestyle and activity choices. Being New Zealand’s largest inland city, situated on the banks of the Waikato River, (the country’s longest river) Hamilton has a welcoming spirit, rich history and contrasting splendours that await many a visitor.
Napier is one of New Zealand’s most attractive cities, located at the south of the Hawkes Bay, just 20 minutes out of Hastings. Palm trees line the inner-city streets and the wonderfully sculpted Marine Parade, as the name suggests, runs along the shore of the city. Along Marine Parade various parks, gardens and memorials give the water’s edge its distinct character, and you’ll also find the i-SITE Visitor Centre and various local attractions.
Though still recovering from the earthquake of February 22, 2011, Christchurch abounds with arts, adventure, and optimism. It’s the gateway to the beautiful Canterbury region, featuring dramatic vistas and adventure sports set against a backdrop of lofty peaks. In the central city, more and more attractions and businesses reopen to the public each day.
Known as the Edinburgh of New Zealand, Dunedin is the country’s city of the south, wearing its Scottish heritage with pride. Surrounded by dramatic hills and at the foot of a long, picturesque harbour, Dunedin is one of the best-preserved Victorian and Edwardian cities in the Southern Hemisphere. The accommodation is good and plentiful; the nightlife buzzes with funky bars and delicious restaurants and the natural attractions are unique and fascinating.
Stretched around its waterfront and sheltered by houses clinging to lush green hills, Wellington has a unique inner-city focus. With most of the population either living in town or commuting in from the outer suburbs, a wide range of people work and live together in this bustling and energetic metropolitan hub. A pedestrian city, the best way to truly discover the essence of Wellington is on foot. Malls and side alleys connect its streets, cafes spill from refurbished Victorian buildings, the waterfront inspires new and exciting public spaces, and eclectic street art is scattered throughout.
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