“Two words immediately spring to mind when Kiwis think of their seventh-largest city: ‘Scotland’ and ‘students’. The ‘Edinburgh of the South’ is immensely proud of its Scottish heritage, never missing an opportunity to break out the haggis and bagpipes on civic occasions. In fact the very name Dunedin is derived from the Scottish Gaelic name for Edinburgh – Dùn Èideann – and the city even has its own tartan.”- Lonely Planet
Our guide to Dunedin gives you a great starting point for inspiration if you’re thinking of visiting the south of New Zealand’s South Island. Within this guide you can find things to do, restaurants and cafes, places to go shopping, events, bars and nightlife, and general tourist information.
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