Panel Avenue is a very beautiful landscape Avenue in Auckland, where the roads are lined with trees and many beautiful buildings. This is the famous leisure block in Auckland. There are several good bars and cafes. They are suitable for afternoon tea break and worth walking.
Panel Avenue is one of the main commercial and transportation avenues in Auckland. Many famous shops in Auckland are located along the avenue. Although it is a commercial avenue, the vegetation around it is very flourishing, more like a garden avenue, very beautiful.
Parnell, one of the most French suburbs in Auckland, can be reached by two stations of train from the centre of Auckland. Looking along Parnell Street, it passes through various art works, antique shops and galleries. From time to time, you can see some old cars drifting by. It is said that there are more European immigrants living here, and the quality of the residents is relatively high.
The street has colonial buildings, galleries and galleries, as well as the blue elephant souvenir shop recommended by trip advisor.
Stepping into Panel, a sense of time and space reversal immediately seizes itself. Careful white courtyard, small carved balcony, curved stone road, a small European town. One hundred years ago, Panel Avenue was a residential area for colonial officials. It was built to talk about homesickness in the Victorian style. However, with the change of time, in order to preserve its former style, these old houses painted pink, light blue and light green have been rebuilt and revived in the form of cultural villages.
We just stopped here to rest when we passed by. Of course, the reason why we were attracted to stay was the small buildings, small shops and small cafes on both sides of the road, which looked very petty. The trees just beside the road are full of safflower. In fact, I can't say whether it's a flower or a berry. In a word, it's beautiful to have a street full of branches dyed red.