Dunedin, Gaelic for ‘Edinburgh’, is sometimes referred to as ‘the Edinburgh of the South’. The city was planned in Scotland, so many of the city streets have the same layout and names as in Edinburgh. Dunedin is surrounded by picturesque hills and a long harbour lined by the Otago Peninsula. The Peninsula is filled with rugged beaches and is full of wildlife. For example, the Royal Albatross Centre is the only place in the world on the mainland where you can visit the Northern Royal Albatross in their natural habitat. New Zealand’s southern-most city and its surroundings are definitely worth a visit.