Nothing compares to Johannesburg’s amazing weather. Imagine rainy but warm summer afternoons, lighting storms like nowhere else on Earth and mild, dry winter months with plenty of sunshine.
Johannesburg’s inner city, thanks to urban renewal projects, is becoming more and more popular by the day. Areas like Maboneng and Braamfontein boast great restaurants, art galleries and bars, and guarantee a day well spent in the city.
A bold statement to make, but it’s true. If it’s not a new restaurant opening, there’s definitely an art exhibition you haven’t yet seen. There are also tonnes of outdoor attractions and sights to see. Your chances of getting bored in Johannesburg are slim.
Johannesburg boasts 17 sporting stadiums, including the FNB Stadium in Soweto, which can hold over 90,000 visitors. Other favourites are the Bidvest Wanderers Cricket Stadium and Ellis Park.
From upmarket nightclubs to grungy bars and shebeens, Johannesburg really has something on offer for everyone – whether you’re after a relaxed evening in a trendy bar or a live jazz band in downtown Jozi.
Johannesburg goes hand-in-hand with traffic. Whether you’re dodging a mini-van taxi or trying to avoid congested roads, you’ll soon learn that being patient is the only way to go about it.
Johannesburg is home to an amalgamation of cultures from all over Africa. From Yeoville to Fordsburg, communities range from Nigerian to Indian and everyone in between.