Travel: Places You Must Go When Visiting Johannesburg, South Africa

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A vacation to Johannesburg,South Africa is guaranteed to be a great experience. It is not merely a holiday but a trip where you will see and experience things you’ve only read about or seen on television.
Below are some of the best places in Johannesburg to experience the sights and sounds of this South African Jewel.

Rosebank Mall

Rosebank Mall is the place to go for African arts and crafts. The market is full of artists selling their hippo figurines, elephant tables, and ebony masks.
The Rosebank market has become a staple in South African souvenir shopping. If you only have time to visit one market, make it this one.

Melrose Arch

Melrose Arch consists of a cobbled street closed off to cars and perfect for romantic evening strolls. If boutique shopping and fine dining is what you’re looking for, then Melrose Arch is the place for you. The architecture is modern yet classic and the fountains create a welcoming atmosphere.


Montecasino was completed in November 2000 in the image of an Italian palazzo. Once inside, the cobbled streets draw you in as the ceiling fades from day to night. The stores are moderately priced and feature everything from furniture to jewelry to clothing.
Montecasino is an experience all in itself. With a children’s gaming centre, a casino, a full movie cinema, and a broadway theatre, you can bring along the family when visiting Montecasino.

Sandton City and Nelson Mandela Square

Sandton City is one of the largest malls in Johannesburg. Featuring international stores like Cartier, Gucci, Hugo Boss, and Lacoste, this up-market mall is a great place to pass the day if you’re looking to spend some serious cash.
The biggest draw for tourists to Sandton City may be its newly created Nelson Mandela Square. The outdoor area, modeled on an Italian piazza, features a dynamic fountain, outdoor restaurants, and a six-foot-tall sculpture of former President Nelson Mandela. The square is a great place to enjoy lunch in the sun and provides a great photo opportunity with the statue.

Take in these sights and more when you visit the land where the great legend, Nelson Mandela, was born.

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