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Colombo Street stretches all the way to the Port Hills, a wild wonderland of walking and biking trails.For details on exploring them and other city highlights, the Christchurch visitor centre (00 64 ; is in the south-west corner of the Square. Blessed with a dry, sunny climate, beautiful gardens and a laidback vibe, Christchurch is shaking off its "old school England" image with a year-round programme of free festivals and cultural activities.A highlight for the summer is the World Buskers Festival (19-29 January); see for details.TOUCH DOWN You can reach Christchurch in one hop from Heathrow on Air New Zealand (08; via Los Angeles or Singapore Airlines (08; uk) via Singapore.Emirates (08; flies daily from Birmingham, Gatwick, Heathrow, Manchester and Glasgow via Dubai and Sydney.The main drags are Worcester (running east-west) and Colombo (north-south) streets.The former cuts through the Square towards Hagley Park.

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From Christchurch's modest airport, the Red Bus City Flyer (00 64 ; departs for Cathedral Square (1) every 12 minutes; NZ (£2.75) one way, NZ (£4.70) return.

GET YOUR BEARINGS Any British visitor will be struck by the abundance of English and colonial place names radiating out from Cathedral Square (1): Durham, Gloucester, Hereford streets, to name but a few.

Elders and performers sensitively introduce visitors to Maori legend, arts and spirituality through song and dance, concluding with a walk through a nocturnal bird house to see the shy, rather dowdy national emblem, the kiwi.