Cheap Car Rental Napier
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Napier, New Zealand
Napier lies on the banks of Hawke’s Bay, on New Zealand’s North Island’s eastern coast. The June 2012 estimate put the population at about 58,800 residents. It is near Hastings, an inland city and the two together are frequently named the Twin Cities or the Bay Cities. The combined population of the two is about 125,000 people. As Napier is the location of both the seaport and the airport, it is considered the main centre. Napier serves the wool industry in the Southern Hemisphere as an export point. It is also becoming known for grapes and wine production. Stone fruit, pear, and apples have been exported from New Zealand through Napier for decades. Small amounts of wool, wood pulp, timber, and frozen meat are shipped by truck or rail into Auckland, Hamilton, and Wellington.
Because of its extensive collection of 1930s Art Deco architecture, both residential and commercial, Napier is popular as a tourist city. Art Deco Weekend is held once a year, in February, to celebrate the heritage and history. A statue near the Bay, called Pania of the Reef, is a popular venue for photography. Mission Estate Winery hosts a Concert at Mission Estate annually.
Hawke’s Bay Museum and Art Gallery has an extensive collection of information about the 1931 earthquake in Napier. Most of the city was leveled, and more than 250 people were killed in collapsing buildings or ensuing fires. The earthquake raised Napier above sea level, an interesting phenomenon, as 4000 hectares were undersea before the quake. In the 1990s, the value of the Art Deco buildings in Napier was realized and steps were taken to preserve and restore them.
Imagine yourself riding past the gorgeous Art Deco buildings in Napier in a 1939 Packard Six. The chauffeured limousine will take you to vineyards or restaurants. To get a real feel for the ‘old days,’ let us provide costumes from the period so you can dress the part. In addition to arriving at your desired location in the utmost style of the 1930s, will present you with a professional framed photo of you in all your finery.