Mount Cook National Park – Created in 1953, Mount Cook National Park is a World Heritage Site with more than 140 peaks, among them Mount Cook, the highest mountain in New Zealand, and seventy-two glaciers.
Address: Mt Cook National Park 7999, New Zealand
International Antarctic Centre – This museum takes visitors on a veritable trip to the South Pole, with different displays of local animal life and a frozen room where you can really experience the feeling of being in one of the most remote areas of the globe. iceberg.co.nz
Address: 38 Orchard Road, Christchurch Airport, Christchurch 8544, New Zealand
Anglican Cathedral – The best example of 19th century English Gothic architecture, the cathedral is one of the city’s main attractions. Besides the architecture, the church interior is richly detailed and the stained glass windows are true masterpieces.
Sign of the Tahake – This impressive Gothic stone building in the Cashmere Hills, converted into a café restaurant, also offers one of the most stunning scenic views of the city.