Auckland shopping guide

This is a very characteristic street. It is about 1 km from the center of Auckland along the road to the right of the train station. It is on the red brick avenue of the 19th century. On both sides are small European-style bungalows with many fashion shops, Trendy area with personalized shops and restaurants. There are also some shops selling a variety of small items, such as toys and dried flowers. You can take a look around and slowly taste the charm of Auckland. The biggest feature here is the collection of handmade trinkets shops, crafts shops that use wood made of domestic shell pine and other special goods, small items shops in the Middle and Near East, and shops that specialize in simple groceries.

Queen Street is the business center of Auckland. There are many Downtown Shopping Centre and OK Gift Shop boutiques at the two intersections of Queen Street and Customs Street. Nearby Queens Arcarde has a wide variety of antiques and collectibles.

Karangahap Road, Auckland s busiest and oldest commercial hub, is an interesting shopping area. The road is located at the end of Queen Street. Karangahap means the winding ridge of human activity, which appropriately depicts the hustle and bustle of the place. The street is characterised by a variety of shops and ethnic groups that make up the Polynesian and European community of Auckland. Small second-hand clothing and furniture stores compete with large department stores.

Opening hours are Monday to Thursday 9 am to 5:30 pm; Friday from 9 am to 9 pm; Saturday from 9:30 am to 12:30 noon, this central area arouses every minute of your shopping want. A glass walkway connects to the Downtown Air Line (bus) station. The walkway itself is a shopping mall, and it is a great place for tourists who want to browse the shops in the last few minutes.

New Zealand DFS Global Duty Free is located at the junction of Custom Street and Albert Street in Auckland. It is a 150-year-old historic site known as the Customs House, covering an area of ​​50,000 square meters. Cosmetics, perfumes and top-brand products, DFS exclusive limited-edition products and local specialty products, as well as many brand-name stores first introduced in New Zealand: Gucci, Tiffany \\ u0026 Co. Prada, Hermes, Coach …

Regency Duty Free is the largest duty-free retail store in New Zealand. At Regency Duty Free, you can buy brand-name products from all over the world, such as cosmetics, perfumes, tobacco and alcohol, at the best prices.

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