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Wellington Underground Market

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Wellington Underground Market

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Half Day Martinborough Winery Tour from Wellington
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Half Day Martinborough Winery Tour from Wellington

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An hour or so north of Wellington, Martinborough is fast making a name for itself as one of the Southern Hemisphere’s leading wine regions. Each weekend, Wellingtonians make the trek over the Remutakas to escape to this European-style wine village. This small group tour is a convenient way to visit Martinborough. There’s no need to stress about driving on country backroads, and no need to plan the day’s itinerary - leaving you to focus on the wine and the iconic scenery.
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AussiesBallarat wrote a review Jun. 2020
Ballarat, Australia741 contributions326 helpful votes
We were heading to the harbour front and had seen this Saturday market advertised so called it. There was a reasonable variety of food stalls, and if we had been looking for souvenirs then this would have been a place to look. It was not overly large but was weather protected in the car park.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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rdubbs08 wrote a review Mar. 2020
Edmond, Oklahoma5,165 contributions356 helpful votes
Went for a solo walk on Saturday morning and stumbled across the underground market. I got super excited, but was underwhelmed after walking through in under 10 minutes. Mainly for tourists, there are some neat stands and food offerings, but two of the ones I stopped at did not even take credit cards. I would not go out of your way to visit, but if you walk-by, it is worth a stroll through.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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roaming_kiwi58 wrote a review Mar. 2020
Christchurch, New Zealand2,639 contributions519 helpful votes
This market is open on a Saturday morning in a carpark on the waterfront. Not very big but had quite a wide variety of goods. Some good souvenirs for tourists. We bought some magnetic bookmarks. Worth a diversion to spend 20 minutes if you are walking along the waterfront.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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cpcog wrote a review Feb. 2020
Wellington, New Zealand1,200 contributions226 helpful votes
I felt the market targets tourists but not local people. I prefer to experience the local market much more when I travel. you can see some arts works, clothes, crafts... we didn't buy anything. Anyway, I think it is fine for spend about 15-20 minutes inside to have a look. If you don't have time, I would advice you to do other things. It opens on Saturday only.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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StaceyCheer wrote a review Feb. 2020
Arapuni, New Zealand90 contributions38 helpful votes
We just happened across this underground market while walking back to our hotel along the waterfront. Unfortunately we didn't have a huge amount of time available to linger too long, however, we did have enough time for a quick visit and a wee bit of shopping - crystal for me, jar of honey for dad. What a nice surprise to come across!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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