Gauteng City Guide
Gauteng, the smallest but most densely populated province in South
Africa, is a cosmopolitan metropole.
The main cities are
near OR Tambo International Airport some of the other major cities within the
Cities and towns of Gauteng:
Heidelberg - Gauteng | Heidelberg (G) Accommodation
Heidelberg is situated at the foot of the Suikerbosrand. In 1975 the Rembrandt Group opened the Transport Museum.
Johannesburg | Johannesburg Accommodation
Johannesburg unlike other cities was not founded near water but came from the financial waters left behind.
Krugersdorp | Krugersdorp Accommodation
The site of the December 1880 gathering at which more than 6 000 men vowed to fight for the Transvaal's independence.
Magaliesburg | Magaliesburg Accommodation
Situated on the border of Gauteng and North West, flanked by the Magaliesberg Mountain Range, a stunningly beautiful arena of coniferous forests, crisp streams and rolling hills. This tourism office will help you organise your getaway.
Midrand | Midrand Accommodation
Midrand is a town situated between Centurion and Sandton, and is part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality.
Pretoria | Pretoria Accommodation
The capital city of South Africa, with the lilac splendour of jacarandas as its trademark.
Sandton | Sandton Accommodation
Sandton is the Gauteng property of choice, a sophisticated, upmarket suburb featuring expensive shops, world-class hotels and Johannesburg`s most illustrious corporate adresses
Soweto | Soweto Accommodation
Soweto, the most widely-known township in the world, is massive, dusty, cosmopolitan - it is home to the people. With heritage sites, restaurants & shebeens aplenty, Soweto is well worth visiting.
Vanderbijlpark | Vanderbijlpark Accommodation
The town which forms Southern Gauteng's border along the Vaal River, was proclaimed in 1949.
Vereeniging | Vereeniging Accommodation
The Afrikaans word for 'uniting' aptly describes the self-sufficient town of Vereniging.