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Flights to Johannesburg

Flights to Johannesburg


As South Africa's largest city, Johannesburg is a widely touristic area. However, it is also a fascinatingly historical spot since 19th century settlement for gold miners. When visiting Johannesburg, you'll be introduced to a range of fascinating customs and wonderful traditions.

  • You can fly direct to Johannesburg from London Heathrow with British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and South African Airways
  • You can also fly indirect from other London airports such as Gatwick, Stansted and London City. If you are looking to fly from London Gatwick we suggest checking fares with Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines
  • You can also fly indirect from most regional airports such as Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Belfast
  • theFlightsGuru team can help you with last minute flights to Johannesburg or if you want to book early then we can arrange for early bookers to only pay a deposit of £75pp to secure their Jo'burg flight.
  • Johannesburg is the main gateway to the rest of South Africa. We can easily connect you to smaller airports such as Port Elizabeth, Kruger or Durban. Connections are also available to other Southern Africa countries and cities including Mozambique and Bulawayo in Zimbabwe.
  • theFlightsGuru can also provide accommodation and tour options should you be looking to go further than Johannesburg in your South African adventure.

 

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Things to do in Johannesburg

Johannesburg is the capital of Gauteng province and is the biggest city in South Africa. It earlier began as a 19th-century gold-mining settlement. It has a wide range of tourist attractions and also offers you with fascinating historic places.

1. Gautrain is a 80km long mass rapid transit railway system in Gauteng, South Africa which links Johannesburg, Pretoria, Ekhuruleni and O. R. Tambo International Airport. It was built to relieve the traffic congestion in the Johannesburg.

2. The Apartheid Museum is a museum complex in Johannesburg, which is dedicated to illustrating apartheid and the 20th century history of South Africa. The complex, owned by Gold Reef City Casino, was opened in November 2001.

3. Constitution Hills

4. South Western Townships

5. Maboneng Precinct