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Mall Market Theatre

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 28-06-2013



From 11 June to 11 July world will slope of the World Cup of South Africa and the hundreds of young people who run behind a ball seeking glory for their country. The World Cup is an ideal opportunity to discover what some have called a world in one country. But between party and party, the fortunate travelers coming to South Africa will see some of the wonders that hides. If you’ve already found some cheap flights to travel to South Africa, here we show you ten of its secrets. Johannesburg. It is the largest and most populous of South Africa, city although it is not the capital.

Today as yesterday, the trade in gold and diamonds is very important. It is a city of contrasts, evolving towards equality but where the differences between the affluent Caucasians and blacks, who live largely in poverty threshold are still palpable. At tourist level do not have the attractions of other places like Durban or Cape Town, but it is the place of entry into the country due to the huge number of flights to Johannesburg. Its museums, the Zoo, or the Mall Market Theatre are its main attractions. Cape Town. It is one of the most important cities of South Africa, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and the most important tourist destination of South Africa. Although the area stands out, fundamentally, for the quality of its landscapes and natural spaces, Cape Town also offers a rich cultural heritage, such as the castle of good hope, the building of the Parliament (of sober neoclassical style) and various museums, as the district six, the Museum of Cultural history of South Africa or the National Gallery. The Plettenberg Bay there is a route that visitors see numerous enclaves of great historical value, such as an old whaling station, Old Timber Shed and Forest Hall.

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