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Silver Lakes , Kameeldrift, Brooklyn Pretoria, Akasia, Muckleneuk, Garsfontein, Waterkloof, Val de Grace, Moreleta Park, Wapadrand, Rietondale, Colbyn , Pretoria (Tshwane), Menlo Park, Equestria, Hatfield, Lynnwood Ridge, Pretoria North, Erasmuskloof , Faerie Glen
De Wilgers is one of those Pretoria suburbs that has a distinctly calm and mellow atmosphere that permeates the entire area. Also known as Die Wilgers, De Wilgers is east of the Pretoria city centre and lies sandwiched between Lynwood Glen and the N4 Highway. De Wilgers boasts a very convenient location within the South African capital as it is in close proximity to many of Pretoria’s must-see attractions as well as to the many highways and link roads that take you to other top destinations within the province of Gauteng as well as the surrounding states. De Wilgers has neighbours in fellow suburbs Faerie Glen, Lynwood Ridge, Lynwood Glen, Menlyn, and Willow Glen – all of them leafy and idyllic featuring upmarket and modern residential properties, well-manicured gardens, and tree-lined streets; it goes without saying that this part of the world is one of the city’s most picturesque locales. The Faerie Glen Botanical Gardens and tea garden are both within reasonable distance and is one of the best spots in Pretoria to do bird watching after which you can enjoy a scrumptious lunch. The Pretoria National Botanical Gardens is another retreat to escape the hustle and bustle of city life as its scintillating kaleidoscope of trees, flora, gardens, and walkways exude rejuvenation and serenity. De Wilgers, furthermore, has many of Pretoria’s top attractions in easy access namely the Union Buildings, which is home to the country’s parliament, the history-laden Voortrekker Monument, and the sports crazy Loftus Versfeld Stadium, which is also one of the venues for the 2010 Soccer World Cup.