Johannesburg is a naturally populated city in Gauteng, South Africa’s smallest province, and is a cosmopolitan, multicultural mix of people from all walks of life from all corners of the world. I have visited several cities in South Africa, but I have established Johannesburg as the most attractive travel destination. Although its main attraction is big business, it has more to attract visitors besides flights to Johannesburg; Museums, galleries, battlefields, parks, nature and game reserves, botanical gardens and wildlife.
As Johannesburg is a city rich in history, culture and attractions, visitors from all over the world enjoy the warm hospitable Africans, their language, lifestyles and the many excursions that make Johannesburg more attractive. This is the reason why so many visitors take cheap flights from England to Johannesburg every year. As it is difficult for travelers to search for cheap flights themselves, they book their flights with some tour operators for cheap flights to Johannesburg. From miles of popular pristine pristine beaches to rolling mountains and game reserves home to some of the world’s most spectacular bird and wildlife species, Johannesburg has something for anyone flying into South Africa.
Some suburbs of Johannesburg
Auckland Park: It is a suburb of Johannesburg located northwest of Johannesburg’s CBD. It has a wide variety of facilities and recreational opportunities. There’s a real buzz, and restaurants, eccentric boutiques, and sidewalks filled with tables are the norm.
Kensington: One of Johannesburg’s oldest historic suburbs in the city centre. It is densely planted with trees giving the area a distinctive, woody appearance.
Gold Reef City: It is a large and very popular amusement park located in Johannesburg. Combining entertainment, fantasy, and historical fact, it attracts many visitors to Johannesburg on cheap flights, in a safe environment with great parking facilities.
To visit all the attractions in Johannesburg, you need to stay in the city for at least a week. Staying in Johannesburg is not a big deal. Visitors wishing to travel to Johannesburg can stay for a maximum of three months. Entering South Africa and Johannesburg doesn’t matter either; Citizens of most countries do not require an entry visa.
These countries; Belgium, Canada, France, Australia, Germany, Malaysia, Russia, Italy, Singapore, United Kingdom, Switzerland, United States and others. If you are booking a flight from the UK to Johannesburg, you do not need an entry visa.