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City Guide, Johannesburg


Located in north-central South Africa, Johannesburg is the country's largest and fastest-growing city, with sprawling suburbs fanning out from the central city to cover an area of 1,100 square kilometers (424.7 square miles). The nickname "eGoli" ("city of gold") evokes Johannesburg's origin as a mining town in the late nineteenth century. Today, it is still the capital of South African mining and commerce and home to the headquarters of the country's mining companies and major financial institutions, as well as headquarters to a variety of multinational corporations and transportation hub of southern Africa.


Tourist attraction


Johannesburg Tourist Attractions include many museums, ranches, safaris, parks, reserve forests and other natural attractions. In fact the list of the Johannesburg Tourist Attractions is a very long one. Once you are inside the city you can rest assure that your visit will be a memorable one. Travelers who are interested in the history of the country can visit various museums here. They can take a look at the Mandela Museum and Apartheid Museum this way they will be able to know more about the past of the country.

The safari tours are another of the main Johannesburg Tourist Attractions. You can enjoy the colorful wildlife of that surrounds this city. Various plants, mammals and insects make its environment even more interesting than one can possibly think.

Johannesburg Tourist Attractions include various types of parks and the Lion Park is one of the most exciting one. As the name would suggest it is one of those places where you will find this lord of the jungle. In fact this is the animal that is one of the main attractions of Africa.


Culture and entertainment


South Africans have been referred to as the 'rainbow nation', a title which epitomises the country's cultural diversity. The population of South Africa is one of the most complex and diverse in the world.

Among the major sightseeing attractions, the Johannesburg Art Gallery is the biggest gallery on the African continent is a major tourist draw. Among the other museum and galleries, the Mandela Family Museum, The Apartheid Museum, Chérie De Villiers Gallery, Standard Bank Gallery and South African National Museum of Military History are popular draws. Visit the museums and galleries to know more about the history and culture of the land on fascinating Johannesburg Tours.

Traditional dances and food in authentic  Zulu, Sotho, Pedi, Xhosa and Ndebele villages and also a trip to Constitution Hill which is a site of the notorious Old Fort prison complex. The Excursions in Johannesburg also includes a huge collection of African crafts at the Rosebank Rooftop Flea Market, situated directly at the Rosebank Mall. The guests can also go for Soweto tours. It is an increasingly famous destination for travelers from all around the world.


Food and drink


Restaurants and Bars in Johannesburg offer you a fine dining experience. Eating out is a special experience at Johannesburg. Restaurants and Bars in Johannesburg offer you high quality cuisine, fine drinks and exceptional services. Enjoy an exotic dining experience on Johannesburg Travel. Johannesburg is home to a variety of eateries. Whether you want to spend time with your friends, or attend gala business dinners, Restaurants and Bars in Johannesburg are the best places to be in. You will get a range of restaurants and bars-from traditional to international, perfectly designed to pamper your taste buds.

Seafood delicacies are a rage amongst locals and tourists alike. From mid-range eateries to upscale restaurants featuring the Beira Alta in the Colony shopping centre in Rivonia, you get a wide variety of dining establishments. Some of the fine specialties include the lemon-herb chicken at The Butcher Shop and Grill in Sandton Square, chicken specialties at the Italian restaurant, Mastrantonio, also in Sandton Square.


Shopping


Experience some enjoyable Shopping in Johannesburg on Johannesburg. An array of craft markets offers you unforgettable Shopping in Johannesburg; you will get plenty of intricately crafted beadwork and wirework on sale at small roadside stalls. You will find various craftsmen and women from all across Africa selling their goods at the Rosebank flea market on Sundays and in a bazaar like shop in the Rosebank mall on week days.

The oldest market place in Joburg in South Africa, Mai Mai offers you a delightful shopping experience. You can head for the Northgate in the North West to indulge in for some delightful shopping. Westgate on the on the west rand is another popular shopping destination. You can also get excellent shopping options at the East gate.


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