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Resting on a relatively quiet corner of New Zealand’s South Island, Lyttelton Port of Christchurch offers instant access to the city’s southern neighborhood of Hillsborough as well as its instant lookouts from the base of Port Hills. A calm in-between balancing the city’s bustling going ons and the relaxed fisher villages of Lyttleton, guests have a diverse pallet to choose from. Nearby public transportation is limited to the bus routes along Port Hills Road, a range of other public rentals like sedans, vans and SUVs offering the freedom of driving into central national parks filled with mountains or a quick coastal tour through the beach views of Marine Parade. Book a meet-and-greet for the convenience of drop offs at any given moment, choosing between casual taxis for drop offs to downtown’s all-in-one oasis of Hagley Park, or a local personal driver who can teach the difference between an Aussie and a Kiwi.
Discover the day with a quick tour of what’s close, looking forward to mountainous peaks and lush valleys across the nearby Bridle Path. The start of the path is located at the base of the Christchurch Gondola, passing unique landmarks on the way to downtown Lyttleton such as the Pioneer Women’s Memorial on Summit Road and other intersecting paths like Gondola Track and Mount Cavendish Bluffs. Another great way to get to know the area is through a short walkabout across the small town of Lyttleton, whether it be from the central views of passerby at Albion Square or a seafront bite at the famous Fisherman’s Wharf restaurant. On the opposite end of the spectrum rests the southeast buzz of Christchurch, worthy pit-stops including the ancient artifacts housed in Canterbury Museum’s ornate building as well as exotic quietude at the diverse greenhouses and English lawns of Christchurch Botanic Gardens.