The Art and Justice Tour takes in Gandhi Square and Constitution Hill, while the Inner City tour stops include the Carlton Centre, once Africa’s tallest building at 222.5 metres, Little Addis Ethiopian Quarter and the utterly fascinating Mai Mai traditional healers market.
Alternatively take a guided walk around the Maboneng area to see the incredible collection of graffiti and street art, opt for a cycling tour of the inner-city streets, join in the Picnic in the Sky tour every Sunday or look out for the fun monthly urban pub crawl tour on the last Friday of the month.
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It doesn’t get much fresher than this youthful spot in the former premises of a printing company deep in the inner city. From the street it looks like a motel you would find in a Wild West movie, complete with a balcony from which to survey the skyline.
The open-top, hop-on hop-off red bus is a great way to zoom around many of the city's biggest sights in one day. You'll be accompanied by an insightful audio guide on the two-hour journey (the route without stops). The City Tour takes a circu
The buildings of Constitution Hill in Braamfontein reveal the horrors of some of the darkest hours of 20th Century South Africa, while also showcasing the bright, optimistic future of the country enshrined in the modern Constitutional Court. The large