Pretoria

Getting Around

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The easiest way to reach Pretoria is on the Gautrain. Each Gautrain station connects to a network of Gautrain feeder buses (weekdays only). Useful Gautrain feeder bus routes in Pretoria include the P3-CBD (leaving from Pretoria station) which takes a circular route through the city centre and stops a few blocks from the iconic Church Square and Paul Kruger House Museum and on Burgers Square, which is just a short walk from the beautiful Victorian house museum Melrose House. Meanwhile for the Union Buildings take the train to Hatfield and then get on the H3 Arcadia Gautrain bus. To use the Gautrain all you need to do is buy a Gautrain Gold Card at the station kiosk, which you can use to pay for and access the trains and Gautrain buses. Each trip costs R6 (if you have just been on the train) or R20 if you haven't used the train.

A Re Yeng is Tshwane (the Pretoria municipal region)’s bus rapid transport (BRT) network. There are two circular routes that traverse the Pretoria City Centre and various trunk routes which link to the university campuses in Hatfield and Groenkloof and to the Steve Biko Academic Hospital in the north of the city. To use the bus you must first register for the Connector card at one of the A Re Yeng bus stations for a once-off fee of R25 and load it with money for trips. Then proceed to the turnstile. Journeys cost R10 each.

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