Cuba Street is one of the main streets of the City of Wellington, New Zealand. It is one of the most popular streets in the city, known for being a bit of a social spot due to it being filled with shops, restaurants and bars. The street got its name from a ship that visited the city, it was not named after the country Cuba although a lot of shops have adopted themes from the country. It is a bohemian area in the city, most of the street is pedestrianised and it is a hot spot for local buskers. The street is a great place to go to experience the atmosphere of Wellington.
The street is situated in the city centre. It is around a 10-20 minute walk away from the city’s train station. The 1, 2, 3, 12, 14, 27, 36, 52 and 82 buses all stop close to the street.
Opening Times and Admission
The street is a public street. It is free to access at any hour of any day.