Rough Guides lists Wellington in their Top 10 cities to visit this year and here are some of the upcoming events that make Wellington the Coolest little Capital in the world:
The Arborist Rooftop Bar
The best place to enjoy this glorious city even in winter on sunny days.
Wellington is a remarkable city with a stunning calendar of events all year round, there's always a good reason to visit. Here is our list of favourites;
Lions Tour 2017
27 June & 1 July matches in Wellington
Wellington Jazz Festival
Wellington on a Plate
Food festival 2017
World of Wearable Art
Rugby League World Cup
27th October to 2 December 2017
Trinity Hospitality's best bars & restaurants in Wellington
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The Old Bailey
The Old Bailey is Wellington's original Monteith's bar. A stone’s throw from Parliament, Westpac Stadium and nestled amongst the CBD and shopping district on Lambton Quay. It offers some of the best value meals in Wellington starting with their famous breakfast from $3 and weekend brunch. You may have to book for lunch between Monday and Friday.
04 473 2548
cnr Lambton Quay & Balance St
St Johns Restaurant and Bar
St Johns on the Waterfront brings you fresh contemporary NZ cuisine and a vibrant award winning bar, serving local craft beers and wines. Enjoy a relaxing drink on the lawns while soaking up the sun and views - the best of Wellington.
04 801 8017
5 Cable Street
El Horno is a fabulous Wellington bar situated on the vibrant Courtenay Place. It is a fantastic place to go and have a few drinks. Its decor, Hispanic/Western theme and traditional Sangria - offers people the opportunity to 'party like they are in Spain' right in the heart of Wellington.Whether you want to dance the night away or enjoy a more intimate gathering El Horno staff will go out of their way to make your night a night to remember.
04 385 4532
32 Courtenay Place