Johannesburg is the biggest city in South Africa. You could spend a week exploring this one-time goldrush town and still barely scratch the surface.
Museums cover apartheid, archaeological digs, famous battles – and even beer. Meanwhile, art galleries showcase local and international talent. You’ll find all types of cuisines and markets in Johannesburg, too, from Lebanese cafés to fashion stores inspired by Zulu textiles.
The cherry on top? You can take your pick from more than 3 George to Johannesburg flights a day.
Direct flights are around 1 hour 50 minutes long.
South African Airways, Mango Airlines, kulula.com and Safair all offer direct flights between George and Johannesburg.
Direct George to Johannesburg flights jet off up to 3 times a day.
Most flights travel between George Airport and O. R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg. The occasional flight lands in Lanseria International Airport, just north-west of Johannesburg.
It’s usually much cheaper to fly between George Airport and O. R. Tambo International Airport. South African Airways and Mango Airlines often come up with the best prices.
Cheap flights from George to Johannesburg put one of the biggest cities in Africa within easy reach.
But where to start exploring this megacity? You could check out the Apartheid Museum or the archaeological finds in the UNESCO-listed Cradle of Humankind. For bird’s-eye views, it’s got to be the towering observation deck of the Carlton Centre or the sky-high rollercoasters of Gold Reef City.
Johannesburg serves up some seriously good food spots, too. Neighbourgoods Market is a real find – stalls dish up South African specialities with a side of live music.
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