Tags : Commercial Street
Time Required : 1 - 2 hrs
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Considered to be the Bohemian slice of the city, Cuba Street is a pedestrian-only mall in the section between Dixon Street and Ghuznee Street in Wellington, New Zealand. Sprinkled with world-class restaurants, both fine dining and casual, and dotted with big brand apparel stores, op shops, art galleries, boutiques and music shops etc.
The hip street is always bustling with activity where people visit to eat, drink, dance, sing and have fun. You can also find buskers playing the tunes on their instruments or a flash mob happening somewhere in the middle of the day. The uber-cool town is soaking up the relaxed culture; Cuba Street has also been registered as a Historic Area under the Historic Places Act since 1995. Besides, an upside-down bucket fountain is a popular attraction at the spot.
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