Gauteng Accommodation | Gauteng Travel Guide | Gauteng Accommodation Map
Gauteng, the smallest but most densely populated province in South Africa, is a cosmopolitan metropole.
The main cities are Johannesburg and Pretoria with Sandton, Vereeniging, Vanderbijlpark, Germiston, Roodepoort, Centurion, Krugersdorp and Kempton Park near OR Tambo International Airport some of the other major cities within the metropolis.
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.