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Quiet area with all the amenities.
Enjoyed for its safety, tranquillity and access to all amenities, the suburb of Fichardtpark in Bloemfontein is an ideal sojourn when visiting this city located in the heartland of South Africa.
Fichardtpark is a mere 5km² in size, however, the suburb is treed and well laid out. Two fine schools, hospitals, clinics, churches and shopping facilities are situated in Fichardtpark. The University of Free State is within close proximity as are Bloemfontein’s major attractions and the national highway.
With average annual temperatures of 16° Celsius, the climate is mild, however, winter evenings occasionally drop to 0° Celsius. Fichardtpark experiences summer rains with July being the driest (and coldest) month. A visit at any time of the year is recommended.
Top 6 reasons to visit Fichardtpark
1. Begin your walk of the city at the historic Hoffman Square with its war memorials and open space, then to the grand City Hall, stroll on over to the First Raadsaal (council chambers) still standing with original dung floors, through the city parks and end the walk at a restaurant overlooking the lake at the Loch Logan Waterfront.
2. Perfect your golf swing at the Fichardtpark Driving Range before attempting a round at the 18-hole Schoeman Park Golf Club where visitors are welcome. The course has a number of water hazards to keep any golfer on their toes!
3. Spoil the family with a trip to the Windmill Casino nearby. Gamble, play video games, try out tenpin bowling and enjoy a lunch at one of the five restaurants. The resort host regular events, check their website to see what’s on.
4. Take a township tour through Mangaung where you will visit various historic sites before stopping in at a social club and ending the tour with a traditional meal at a township pub. Learn to speak Tsotsitaal, a combination of Sesotho, Tswana and Afrikaans with... Show more