Johannesburg and Cape Town

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Experience Africa!

Step into the footsteps of Nelson Mandela on this journey of discovery through South Africa. Start your travels in Johannesburg to visit Soweto, where Mandela grew up, and discover the city’s history and culture in the Apartheid Museum and Johannesburg Art Gallery with its extensive collection of European and African art. Your next stop is Cape Town, where you’ll find the beautiful botanical gardens of Kirstenbosch and the unforgettable Robben Island. Conclude your travels by taking the funicular up Table Mountain to enjoy the spectacular views.

Activities per city

Capetown Capetown

Capetown

Cape Town is situated at the foot of the majestic Table Mountain. Head to the top with the fast funicular, and walk back down on a stunning three-kilometre hike. Cape Town’s history is fascinating. Learn more about the life of Nelson Mandela on Robben Island or visit the less well-known Slave Lodge. For a great shopping or dining experience, head for the Victoria & Albert Waterfront. We also recommend diving into the unique underwater world at Two Oceans Aquarium, or visiting a wildlife park or vineyard outside the city. Cape Town offers all this and much more besides during your world trip.

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Johannesburg

Nature and history go hand in hand in Johannesburg. Learn about the turbulent past of South Africa in the Nelson Mandela National Museum and the Apartheid Museum, and discover the dynamic nightlife of Jozi, as the city is also called among the locals: From clubs and cocktail bars to concert venues with jazz, blues and African rap. Johannesburg’s greatest attraction is the world-famous Kruger Park, where you’ll find lions, zebras and elephants. For even more wildlife, visit Johannesburg Zoo and the Lion Park. Johannesburg makes for a memorable addition to your world trip.

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