Johannesburg is nicknamed the ‘City of Gold’ and located in the mineral-rich Witwatersrand range of hills. With a population of approximately 4.4 million people, it is the most populous city in South Africa. Popular tourist attractions in Johannesburg include the Apartheid Museum, Constitution Hill and Gold Reef City.
Set off on an incredible adventure to this financial and industrial metropolis with cheap Mango flights from Cape Town to Johannesburg. Johannesburg’s hub airport is O.R. Tambo International (JNB), a 25-minute drive from the city centre. Mango was established in October 2006 and is a subsidiary airline of South African Airways. Taking to the skies since 15 November 2006, Mango affords affordable flight fares. With a fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft, Mango flies between major South African cities, including Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Durban. Mango also operates flights between Johannesburg and Zanzibar. Find your perfect Mango flight with Travelstart.
O.R. Tambo International Airport is a 25-minute drive from the city centre, while Lanseria International Airport is a 50-minute drive away. There are a number of transport options available from both airports. You can locate a shuttle service outside Terminal A at O.R. Tambo International that runs into Johannesburg, Sandton, Pretoria and other nearby areas. The Gautrain into Sandton is located at International Departures in Terminal A. Lanseria International Airport has taxis and shuttle services readily available. Both airports have car hire services at your request.
The main attractions in Johannesburg include the Apartheid Museum, Maboneng Precinct and the Market Theatre.
A ton of fun is guaranteed on a night out in Johannesburg. Whether you want a night of clubbing, live music, sipping on cocktails or simply meeting new people Jozi has it all. The vibrant culture in the City of Gold can be felt in the streets of Braamfontein, Newtown and Sandton.
Johannesburg carries many stories of South Africa’s socio-political history. Dive straight into the many heart-moving narratives of life in the City of Gold by visiting top museums. A list of places to go to include the Apartheid Museum, Constitution Hill and the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory.
Looking for a thrill in South Africa’s largest city? Go bungee jumping from the Orlando Towers’ suspension bridge in Soweto. The thrilling experience is a 100m jump and is the first of its kind in the world. This unique experience is sure to impress you set between two cooling towers of a disused power station.
This 3-star hotel is connected to the Sandton Convention Centre. It is ideal for business and leisure travellers alike. Its functional urban design and affordable rates make it an excellent hotel that guarantees to deliver an outstanding service and relaxed environment. Amenities include a swimming pool, gym, restaurant and conference rooms.
This 4-star family-friendly accommodation has everything you could ever need for a memorable getaway! The modern accommodation is a luxurious retreat with an open-living space leading onto covered terraces. Amenities include a fitness centre, swimming pool, conference room and braai area.
This luxury 5-star hotel is located high up on the rocky Witwatersrand – locally referred to as the Rand. This amazing hotel gives the feeling of a hillside village with splashed villas woven with courtyards. Amenities include a pool, restaurants, lounges, manicure and pedicure studio, on-site jogging trail and business centre.