The core area of Queenstown is the commercial block in the center of the city. The west side of the block is adjacent to the lake. There are three side-by-side pedestrian streets running east-west. From north to south, they are: Liss Street, Camp Street, and More Avenue. More Avenue is the longest and most popular pedestrian street. The west side starts from the lakeside, spans commercial blocks, and extends eastward to residential areas in the mountains. Trees with colorful leaves are planted sporadically on the streets, adding a sense of elegance to the bustling crowd. On both sides of the street, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, designer shops, gift shops ~ one after another, I can’t stop at all. St. Peter's Church on the south side of the middle section of the street is exquisite, elegant, simple and generous. Many celebrities (including movie star Yao Chen) held weddings here. This is also the reason why Queenstown is known as the "honeymoon paradise".
Moore Avenue is a famous commercial avenue in Queenstown. The road is actually not very wide, but on both sides of the road, there are all kinds of very exquisite shops. There are not only restaurants, but also many local art and clothing stores. It's worth visiting and experiencing the different business atmosphere here.
The first impression of Queenstown, New Zealand, at this time, I feel too hypocritical. The scenery in Queenstown is so simple and boring.
A few hills, a pool of water, a few trees, just a group of illegal buildings.
The busiest commercial street in Queenstown, with a large number of gift shops and restaurants, attracts tourists from all over the world. New Zealand's specialty products are basically sold here. If you are tired of shopping, find a bar to fully appreciate New Zealand and Queens. The unique exotic atmosphere of the town.
The commercial blocks in Queenstown are relatively concentrated and can be walked in half an hour. There are a variety of restaurants, brand stores, supermarkets, souvenir gift shops and numerous travel agency points for various activities in Queenstown.