Port Chalmers (Dunedin), New Zealand
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Approximately 2¼ hours
Dunedin’s scenic beauty and beautiful architecture is yours to discover during on a panoramic motor coach introduction to the city, whose Gaelic name means Little Edinburgh. Founded by Scottish settlers in 1848, this charming city features a wealth of Victorian and Edwardian buildings, richly festooned with spires, gables and gargoyles.
Depart the pier and enjoy a 10-mile drive along the eastern shoreline of Otago Harbor en route to Baldwin Street, the steepest residential street in the world.
You will climb Signal Hill for spectacular views across Dunedin and Otago Peninsula.
Passing through the city, watch for town highlights such as the Botanic Gardens, the Otago Museum and the magnificent Dunedin Railway Station.
In the city center, at the Octagon, admire St Paul’s Cathedral and the Dunedin Town Hall before returning to Port Chalmers.
This is a driving tour and there will be no inside visits during this excursion.