Enjoying a spectacular location between Waitemata and Manukau Harbours, and surrounded by and built on fifty extinct volcanoes, Auckland is New Zealand's largest city and the gateway to the country's North Island. It boasts a neat and compact city centre which doesn't require too much leg-stretching when checking out its sights, restaurants and bars. It is also home to some of the country's most cosmopolitan neighbourhoods.
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Melbourne holds the reputation as Australia’s most ‘European and cosmopolitan city’. Walking around the streets you can see why. It isn’t as brash as Sydney and the café and restaurant culture prevails here far more than anywhere else in the country. Plus, in relation to its counterparts, life is a lot more laid back. Read more about Melbourne»
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Prague, Czech Republic | Price: Various
Showcasing alternative acts including dance, theatre and more, this popular festival attracts artists and performers from the Czech Republic and from all over the world.
Munich, Germany | Price: Free
Munich’s famous Christmas market or Christkindlmarkt has a long history and the origins of this popular annual event can be traced back as far as the 14th century. At the 2012 Christmas Market in Munich you’ll be able to check out the stalls, marvel at the twinkling lights, hear live festive music and lots more.