Commonly known as the host city for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Johannesburg's popularity skyrocketed after millions of people flew to it for the 2010 games. Many didn't realise the sheer size of Johannesburg, it’s modernity, and gorgeous views. Today, Johannesburg welcomes visitors from all over the world who come to see the famous stadium and bustling city.
Walk through the famous Neighbourgoods Market and take in the authentic smells, sounds, and tastes of South African food. Once the location of a falling neighbourhood, Neighbourgoods Market is now thriving and full of life. The market is open every Saturday from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm and is a popular destination for travellers and locals alike.
Take a trip to Maboneng Precinct, also known as the heart and essence of Johannesburg. This unique space features art galleries, local eats, coffee bars, and shops. Other popular attractions in Johannesburg include the Apartheid Museum, Cradle of Humankind (a UNESCO archaeological site), and the Lion Park.
End your night with a bang by visiting Montecasino, a popular leisure centre and casino that boasts gorgeous architecture over 26 hectares of land.
Free Tours Johannesburg
Johannesburg offers free walking tours to enjoy the historical and traditional side of Johannesburg, as well as the contemporary and modern culture. Ideally, you should partake in both to get a good feel for what this city has to offer!
Get your Free Walking Tour in Johannesburg and discover its culture, incredible sites, stories & legends with entertaining and passionate local guides.