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Bryanston, Auckland Park, Gold Reef City, Honeydew, Rosebank JHB, Rivonia, Kensington, O.R. Tambo Airport, Melrose, Dinokeng, Northcliff - Johannesburg, Houghton, Lanseria, Fourways, Braamfontein, Melville, Sunninghill, Linden, Midrand, Sandton
Johannesburg Zoo, Bensusan Photographic Museum, SAB World of Beer, Satyagraha House, Hillbrow Tower, Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park, Sandton City, Moyo Restaurants, Newtown Cultural Precinct, Nelson Mandela Square, Johannesburg Art Gallery and Sculpture Park, Nelson Mandela Bridge, Rand Easter Show, Brenthurst Gardens, Constitution Hill, Apartheid Museum, Radium Beer Hall, Oriental Plaza, The Bag Factory, Standard Bank Gallery, ABSA Art Gallery, MuseuMAfricA
😍😍. One of few places to visit in South Africa..
The shopping malls are very well situated.
Everything in Johannesburg!
The hustle and bustle of the City - it seems it never goes to sleep.
Hence it called "The Place of Gold"
Great place to visit.
Joburg is a global destination. Everything you need can be found or done. Few kilometers out and you have beautiful scenery, wildlife etc yet you can also shop to your heart's content.
Interesting places to go too.
Approaching Johannesburg, even a hundred miles away, one can feel the electricity in the air. It is a city alive and throbbing with dynamic energy. The largest city in South Africa, it is situated on the Highveld plateau, in the wealthiest province, Gauteng. Now a major modern global city, it is the youngest, and certainly grew the fastest. It is the only city in the world not built on a waterway, port or river, but instead on a ream of gold, the Witwatersrand.
On a barren farm belonging to an Afrikaans farmer, the reef was discovered in 1886, and the gold rush started. Within a few years 100,000 people had flocked there. Johannesburg then grew from a modest mining town to an extensive metropolis, the economic industrial centre of South Africa. The city spreads over 130 square miles, more space per person than any other city.
Johannesburg is very cosmopolitan. Once the gold rush... Show more
Self Catering places can be found from rural to urban areas and can vary in what they offer. They allow plenty freedom and is a great inexpensive way to spend your holiday. They have been widely classified as a “Home away from home”. This is a good option for guests who don’t mind cooking their own food, and are looking for a more independent and flexible form of accommodation. For budget and large families, we would recommend self-catering for a more personalised experience.