Johannesburg is South Africa’s largest city and the gateway to Southern Africa, as well as the former home of both Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu. Visitors on a Johannesburg stopover will be treated to excellent dining, art galleries and museums, and whilst most people just use the city for its excellent international and domestic flight connections, there are plenty of things to do in Johannesburg if you have a day or two to spare.
Johannesburg was once known as a dangerous city to visit, but now it’s a thriving financial and business hub, with lots to do for anyone visiting. For those wanting to learn more about the culture and history of the country, visits to the Apartheid Museum, MuseuMAfricA and Constitution Hill Human Rights Precinct are all must-dos. More light-hearted activities include exploring Johannesburg Botanical Garden, taking a city tour, and visiting the Cradle of Humankind. There’s also a buzzing arts scene, as well as world-class dining, shopping and entertainment.
What to do in Johannesburg
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Best Places to Stay in Johannesburg
There is a variety of Johannesburg accommodation on offer, whether you need an airport stopover or a base from which to explore the city.
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