Johannesburg Flights GuideJohannesburg is the largest city in Gauteng, South Africa, which happens to be the wealthiest province in the country. It is famous for being the place of gold, as gold is in abundance in this area. Johannesburg is also well known for its massive man-made forest consisting of millions of hand planted trees and for being a man-made city, as it is one of the only metropolises in the world not located to a large body of water.
While the Metrorail is likely the most cost efficient means of travelling around the city, it is not recommended for use if avoidable. The Metrorail is often very slow and a hotbed for crime. Taxis, rental vehicles, and buses would be the best options for transportation in Johannesburg.
Because the city is highly elevated, the temperature is usually mild. Summer and winter are both warm, never dropping lower than 5? in the winter. The best months to visit Johannesburg include September through November and March through May. These seasons are the driest and have the biggest lull in tourism, cause prices to drop.
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