Johannesburg is Africa’s biggest city, circled by the deepest gold mines in the world. Johannesburg has an international airport that is serviced by all of the major airlines. O.R. Tambo International Airport is the busiest and biggest airport on the continent of Africa.
Lanseria Airport, just North of Johannesburg also receives international flights and has become a popular alternative. If you’re heading to Pretoria it may be easier to fly to Lanseria than to Joburg International airport.
Pretoria lies to the North of Johannesburg and is where you can find Hatfield, Centurion and Lynnwood. The freeways around Johannesburg were upgraded for the 2010 FIFA Football World Cup and make it easy to commute around the city, where there are plenty of attractions to keep busy.