Discover Napier

Street after street of stunning and beautifully-restored Art Deco buildings have made Napier famous as one of the most complete collections of Art Deco buildings in the world. Napier is often referred to as a 1930s film set, and one of the best ways to enjoy the streetscape is on a self-guided walk. Napier is home to many fine wineries, fabulous restaurants, bars and cafes. The boutique shops are a must-visit, as is the Sea Walls collection of magnificent murals painted on more than 50 walls around the city. The beautifully restored Marine Parade serves as a scenic and popular bridge between the city and the Pacific Ocean, with a wealth of family-friendly activities. The iconic Norfolk Pines, Deco Soundshell, Tom Parker Fountain and ‘Pania of the Reef’ statue are a visual reminder of the city’s past. Napier is also the perfect base from which to explore the wider Hawke’s Bay region. Visit the Hawke's Bay NZ website for more information on visiting Napier and the wider region.

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