Johannesburg is a naturally filled city in the smallest province of South Africa, Gauteng, and is a cosmopolitan, multicultural mix of people from all walks of life, from all corners of the world. I have visited a number of cities in South Africa, but I have founded Johannesburg the most attractive travel destination. Although it’s main attraction is big business but it has much more to attract visitors as well as flights to Johannesburg like; museums, galleries, battlefields, parks, nature and game reserves, botanical gardens, and wild life.
As Johannesburg is a rich city in history, culture and attractions, the visitors who come here from all over the world find joy in the warm welcoming African people, their language, their way of life and the many sightseeing’s making Johannesburg more attractive. This is the reason a large number of visitors take cheap flights to Johannesburg from UK and other worldly destination every year. They reserve their flights with some tour operator cheap flights to Johannesburg as it’s difficult for travelers to search for cheap flights them selves. From the stretches of untouched trendy miles of beaches, to the rolling mountains and game reserves with some of the world’s most magnificent bird and wildlife species Johannesburg has some thing for every one taking flights to Johannesburg South Africa.
Some suburbs of Johannesburg are:
Auckland Park: It is a suburb of Johannesburg lying north-west of Johannesburg’s CBD. It has a wide variety of facilities and recreational opportunities. It has real buzz, and restaurants, eccentric boutiques and sidewalks filled with tables is the norm.
Kensington: It is one of Johannesburg’s oldest historic suburbs in the city center. It is heavily planted with trees, which give the area a distinctive, wooded appearance.
Gold Reef City: It is a large and very popular amusement park in Johannesburg. It attracts many visitors taking cheap flights to Johannesburg due to its combination of fun, fantasy, historical fact all in a safe environment with great parking facilities.
To visit all the Johannesburg attractions one need to stay at city for at least one week. Staying at Johannesburg is not a big problem. Visitors want to travel to Johannesburg may stay for a maximum period of three months. Entering into the South Africa and Johannesburg is also not a big deal; citizens from most countries do not require an entry visa.
These countries include; Belgium, Canada, France, Australia, Germany, Malaysia, Russia, Italy, Singapore, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, the United States and many others. If you are reserving flights to Johannesburg from UK you do not require an entry visa.
I have visited many South African countries but found Johannesburg the most attractive one. I will recommend you to reserve flights to Johannesburg from UK [http://www.traveltojohannesburg.co.uk/], and visit it.