Another feeling is that the hygiene is quite good, the busy scene of the sanitation workers can not be seen, and there is a sense of security! __________ City layout is reasonable, air quality ranks first, there is a small garden nearby, people can go to rest tired, not too much delicious!
Auckland's famous shopping district is Queen Street. It's quite suitable to go with friends. The price is fair. It's worth visiting. There are some good buildings. I don't know if Queen Town I went to is the same as Queen Street. I think many small shops along the road are quite distinctive. __________
Queen's Avenue in Auckland is a well-known commercial street in the city centre. Like Nanjing Road in Shanghai, there are all kinds of famous brands and luxuries. Not far from the cruise terminal, we took a bus around Queen's Street for one yuan, and then bought New Zealand sheep oil at a tax-free shop in Zhongyong.
Queen Street is an important commercial street in downtown Auckland. On both sides of Queen Street are Baroque quay buildings, Greek style bank buildings, Gothic style cathedrals, British style city halls. Historical buildings and modern high-rise buildings complement each other. There are several slopes up and down the whole street. Queen Street has the same status in this city as Nanjing East Road Pedestrian Street in Shanghai. It can be compared with Wangfujing Street in Beijing.
There are some European-style buildings under colonial rule for centuries on the streets. The coffee bars on the alleys are British style. Besides the rush of people off work, there are girls who shiver in the cold wind but still insist on playing the violin. There is an Auckland Railway Station, where trains start and end underground while buses and taxis are on the ground. There is also an old customs building near the coast. The yellow building stands under the blue sky and white clouds, which reminds people of the scene of Shanghai Bund. How similar traces have been left in the history of colonial rule. New Zealand, as the youngest country on the planet and a former colony of the British Empire, has seen many buildings in the streets and alleys of Auckland in the nineteenth-century colonial style. In fact, in Hong Kong, Shanghai Bund, many British colonial cities can see such architectural scenery. The only difference here is the southern hemisphere, which shows how powerful the old British imperialist forces were at that time.
Queen Street is the busiest and liveliest place in Auckland. There are shops and restaurants, and all kinds of buildings are very beautiful. The streets are not wide and the terrain is undulating, but they are clean. There are not many luxury brand stores on Queen Street. For example, there are no Chanel's bakeries. It's a good choice to shop at DFS Universal Duty Free Store - Auckland T Square. At the corner of the street, there is a pale yellow European-style building. The demand for foreign tourists is relatively complete, the quality is guaranteed, the most important is tax-free, as long as the number of departure flights can enjoy tax-free, especially cost-effective. New Zealand does not refund taxes, duty-free goods directly to the airport after security checks, very convenient, the airport to collect goods, even during the Spring Festival, there are very few people, do not have to queue. Auckland T Square goes to work at 10 o'clock in the morning and at 10 o'clock in the evening. It is one of the few New Zealand stores that open after 6 o'clock in the evening. Queen Street is relatively quiet at night, with only a few gift shops, specialty stores, Countdown and other supermarkets and restaurants open. Self-driving is not allowed to park in the main street, so we need to find the parking lot in the inner street.
Queen Street is Auckland's most famous boulevard, but also the most prosperous commercial place. High-rise buildings stand on both sides of the street, large shopping malls, high-end restaurants are everywhere. If you want to go shopping in New Zealand, here is the best choice. It's definitely worth visiting.
Perhaps the busiest street in Auckland, even New Zealand, is also the city center of Auckland. Finance, commerce, food and beverage are available, there are also some high-rise buildings, along the way, really some sense of prosperity in the city. It has always been said that New Zealand is a big rural area. If you first stop in Auckland and come here, you will doubt it. If you finish your journey and prepare to return home, you will sigh and finally return to modern society. Objectively speaking, since New Zealand's history, especially its modern history, and culture are closer to the British style, it seems not necessary to take time to taste the street carefully. After all, there are places with more British style and a longer history than here. If it is a place to visit, it is still possible to walk slowly on the street when the weather is especially good. There is a sense of city, but there is no noise in the city; people can see the city, but not pass by as indifferently as in China; the most important thing is that it is clean and refreshing, many well-known cities, including New York or Shanghai, are inferior to it.
Queen Street is the traditional main street or "golden lot" in Auckland, New Zealand. It is the best commercial district in New Zealand. It brings together all the shopping shops and large department stores in the city. The goods here are dazzling and dazzling. Gift shops and wool products stores sell hand-made wool gowns, Maori carvings, emeralds, ornaments, shell jewelry, leather clothes made from opossum skin and wool car seat covers.