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Las mejores actividades en Twizel

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Café
“Fine dining at night, cafe during the day. Wonderful food and service. 10% discount available”
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Café
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“Café and Restaurant. Great coffee & brunch menu. Try their Pizzas for dinner!”
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Café
“Excellent cafe beautiful range of counter food, freshly made with a fantastic atmosphere”
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Restaurante
“Because they often have live music plus they have craft beers and good wines.”
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Point of Interest
“There are many cycle tracks in the surrounding area. Why not hire a bike or and Ebike and enjoy the fresh air.”
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Hamburguesería
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“Iconic bar that reflects the history of Twizel. Great bar food and pizza with local craft beer and more!”
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Restaurante
“The place to be on a Friday & Saturday night. A great place meet the locals, tourists, watch the rugby and have a beer. It has a great bar meal menu too. Try the Power Station Burger!”
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Restaurante
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Establishment
“There are two grocery stores in Twizel. They offer some organic food and some great local wines. The Twizel Foursquare is a great store and very friendly with a small but unique New Zealand wine selection.”
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Natural Feature
“Lake Ruataniwha is located in the Mackenzie Basin in New Zealand's South Island. An artificial lake, it was formed as part of the Waitaki hydroelectric project. It lies on the traditional boundary of the Canterbury and Otago provinces with the town of Twizel two kilometres to the north. The lake is named after Ruataniwha Station, a large sheep station in the area, part of which was purchased by the NZ Electricity Department as the site for the township of Twizel. Ruataniwha was a Maori chief who was drowned when the canoe Arai-te-uru sank near Moeraki in the 12th century. It was one of the filming locations of the Zombie movie Last of the Living. The South Islands Maadi Cup lake”
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Home Goods Store
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Point of Interest
“Discover the Lord of the Rings Tour in Twizel, New Zealand, the film location of Gondor, from Tolkein's Lord of the Rings. Have you ever wondered what goes into the making of a movie? How do you find locations, create mythological creatures, film complex stunts and what is it like to be on set? new since the 2017/18 season is the addition of our Laketown Hobbit Film Tour making Twizel home to one of the most varied 'Middle Earth' locations in New Zealand. Freephone: 0800 213 868”
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Establishment
“Classic kiwi decor make this a fun place to have lunch. Great out door activities for the kids and a cute gift shop right inside the cafe where you will find gifts to take home.”
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Point of Interest
Store
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Route
“Twizel centre is where you will find Supermarkets, Cafe, Pharmacy, Hardware Store and your Fishing Supplies.”
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