Cheap tickets to Auckland

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Last minute flights to Auckland

Departure Wed, 14 Feb Return Sat, 17 Feb
SYD Sydney
AKL Auckland
return from 166€
Departure Sat, 27 Jan Return Sat, 27 Jan
CHC Christchurch
AKL Auckland
return from 155€
Departure Fri, 26 Jan Return Sat, 10 Feb
LHR London
AKL Auckland
return from 928€
Departure Sun, 21 Jan Return Wed, 31 Jan
KUL Kuala Lumpur
AKL Auckland
return from 403€
Popular flight routes to Auckland
Sydney - Auckland
return from 216€
London - Auckland
return from 810€
Dublin - Auckland
return from 932€
Brussels - Auckland
return from 967€
Queenstown - Auckland
return from 178€
Zagreb - Auckland
return from 1,250€

Auckland holidays

Auckland sights and attractions

Often topping the list of one of the most livable cities in the world, New Zealand's Auckland rests upon the shores of the Pacific Ocean, encircled by resplendent nature. Boasting the highest population in the country, many immigrants from across the globe have settled in Auckland, inspired by the multicultural city's arts, culture and culinary scene. Lovers of the great outdoors can use Auckland as a springboard to bush walking and bird watching, hiking through scenic national parks and trekking up volcanos, while urbanites can learn about M?ori culture, browse farmers markets and savor excellent food and wine.

What to do in Auckland

Cultured, laid back, and surrounded by unspoiled nature, Auckland has many exciting and unique attractions. Take your pick from cultural institutions and art galleries, sample fresh local produce and award-winning wines, or set out to indulge in outdoor pursuits. Auckland is also known for its collection of stunning beaches, from wild black-sand beaches to long sun-soaked stretches of pristine golden shores.

On a city break in Auckland, be sure to:

  • Take a guided tour and go wine tasting on the picturesque Waiheke Island, while learning about M?ori heritage
  • Trek along the Kitekite Track and discover waterfalls, streams and natural pools as well as native flora
  • Go shopping in the Matakana Farmers' Market for organic produce and stop for a freshly brewed coffee
  • Indulge in some retail therapy in one of the city's stylish malls
  • Visit the Auckland Museum - Tamaki Paenga Hira, home to the world's most extensive Maori and Pacific Ocean collections
  • Trace the country's rich seafaring heritage at the Maritime Museum from Kupe and first Polynesians arrival to the present day
  • Relax and unwind on the silky white sandy beaches of the Matakana region
  • Go dolphin watching off Auckland's Hauraki Gulf
  • Dine with a waterside view at one of the bustling restaurants in Viaduct Harbor
  • Explore Rangitoto Island, home to Auckland's most recently formed volcano and encounter lava caves and memorable views

Airports in Auckland

Travelers flying to Auckland will land at Auckland Airport, New Zealand's premier airport and main international gateway. The airport handles more than 20 international airlines and it is classed as Australasia's third busiest international airport, after Sydney.

  • Auckland Airport

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    A number of major airlines offer cheap flights to Auckland including: Air New Zealand, JetStar Airways and Virgin Australia.


    Auckland Airport is situated approximately 13 miles south of the city centre, between Auckland city and Manukau city.


    Passengers wishing to take public transportation can take the SkyBus that runs between the airport and downtown Auckland (with an estimated journey time of 40-60 minutes depending on traffic). A wide selection of car rental agencies can be found in both the international and domestic terminals. Taxis can be picked up outside the arrivals area of both terminals.

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