Johannesburg – the heartbeat of the country South Africa. It’s the economic and cultural centre of South Africa; Joburg is a dynamic cosmopolitan city with great places to eat, interesting sites to visit and a good range of places to stay. Johannesburg also known as Jozi, Jo’burg or eGoli. Johannesburg is the source of a large-scale gold and diamond trade, due to its location on the mineral-rich Witwatersrand range of hills. It’s a booming, happening city and the emphasis is on making money – whether in business or on the streets. Johannesburg has stylish, state-of-the-art conference venues with exhibition, banqueting and superior live staging facilities equitable with the rest of the world. The Johannesburg inner city, abandoned by an exodus of big business that transferred to Sandton and, until recently, avoided by all except die-hard tourists, is undergoing a complete regeneration. The ABSA Money Museum is the only banking and money museum in the country, and holds a fascinating history of how economic, political and social change can dramatically affect a currency. The Apartheid Museum is the story of the triumph of the human spirit over adversity. Beginning in 1948, Gold Reef City is a huge and very popular entertainment complex made up of a theme park and casino facilities. Melville Koppies Nature Reserve, known locally as Melville Koppies, isn’t just a pretty green space really close to one of the trendiest suburbs, and the city centre, of Johannesburg,
Johannesburg boasts some of the finest venues in Africa and in many instances on a par with the best in the world. These are used for exhibitions, events, conferences, concerts and sport extravaganzas. All popular facilities are close to the national road transport infrastructure. Most of Joburg’s venues are also close to three airports, namely, Tambo located east of the city, Lingerie which s to the west of the city and Grand Central Airport between Johannesburg and Pretoria. Similar to New York, Johannesburg is a city which culturally evolved from immigration.

Flights to Johannesburg bring you to an extraordinary city that probably cannot adequately be enjoyed in any one visit. Flights take around seven hours from the UK and cheap flights to Johannesburg are worth searching for at any time of year, operating direct from ten cities.  Flight prices do tend to rise in the summer, although Johannesburg is a popular destination all year round and the summer can be oppressively hot.  Book your flight well in advance, especially if you find a cheap flight to this fantastic destination. Its cauldron of cultures is tasted in the city’s endless variety of dishes. Almost every culture in the world is represented in Johannesburg’s dishes. Johannesburg has international award-winning restaurants where you’ll discover an original blend of global and Southern African cuisines, including Eastern, European, African and fusion flavours. Flights to Johannesburg offers Cheap Flights to Johannesburg for all types of traveller, for business and leisure travelers to students and backpackers. Finding and booking cheap flights to Johannesburg has never been so simple. Flights to Johannesburg are easily available with lowest fares. Johannesburg South Africa’s largest and most cosmopolitan city. Since its foundation in 1886, the city has been completely rebuilt four times in just over a century and things today literally change by the minute. Call   0207 993 5206 for more details and cheapest Air fares.