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Today we are talking about the Cultural tourism in South Africa and what is the beauty behind it because this kind of tourism is one of the most popular tourism in this area

As Samuel Nassimov Said and he is the founder and managing director of Premier Hotels & Resorts, many sites in the country remind us of our unique past, our national distance, and the need for further construction. South Africa better for everyone

Cultural tourism helps the people to tell their story through buildings, monuments, museums, and all that things, on the other hand, it is also more profitable than other types of tourism, and cultural tourists stay longer. Many studies are showing that they tend to spend more, which in turn helps to create jobs and has a positive impact on the economy

With Premier Hotels & Resorts spread across the country, Nasimov shares some of his favorite cultural spots throughout South Africa

Johannesburg gems

Johannesburg, South Africa's commercial center is home to several historical and cultural sites, including the Apartheid Museum and Hector Pieterson Museum, Maboneng District, Vilikazi Street, Regina Mundi Church, and Constitution Hill

The story of South Africa's democratic struggle is incomplete without a visit to these landmarks. Lessons from the two Nobel laureates Vilikazi Street residents (Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu) are essential to guide us in a new direction

Durban diamonds

Durban's rich cultural diversity is celebrated at the Hare Krishna Understanding Temple, West Street Mosque, Indian Quarter, St. Thomas Church, and St. Emmanuel Cathedral

Scottburgh's main beach has an on-site scuba diving school and the Cutty Sark restaurant, which offers South Africa's most popular comfort food

Pretoria pearls

The capital is home to landmarks such as the Ditsong Museum of Natural History, Fort Klapperkop, Freedom Park, Melrose House, Union Building, Fall Trekker Monument, and National Cultural History Museum

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East London emeralds

The Kaya La Bantu Cultural Village, Stephen Biko Memorial Gardens, East London Museum, and Amathole Museum are some of the many cultural attractions to enjoy in addition to the city's abundant beaches

 

Cape Town crystals

Mother City has more than 80 museums covering a wide range of interests and cultures. Its most famous prisoner, Nelson Mandela, reveres Robben Island, one of Cape Town’s World Heritage Sites. The Castle of Good Hope and the City Hall also attracts history lovers. Other cultural icons include District 6 and Groote Schuur Hospital, where the world's first heart transplant was performed

Nassimov also ended up with that the myriad places and cultural experiences throughout South Africa gave you the very important lessons and directions for the future that are essential to guide the country and each of us in the right way

Cultural tourism

Cape Town was the first place where South Africa's first inhabitants (Khoisan) settled and colonized Europeans first settled. As such, its history is fascinating, featuring maritime trade, cultural mixing, oppression and hope, and places of both imprisonment and liberation of Nelson Mandela

Indeed, the Cape of Good Hope, named by Portuguese sailors in the 16th century, is all the positive and problematic fulcrums of modern South Africa. By experiencing the richness of cultural attractions and heritage that it must offer, you can enter the midst of our fascinating city. Therefore, if you have a little more beaches and bistro, familiarize yourself with the history of Cape and the characteristics of Cape Town

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Cape Town Central

For an intensive history and culture, head to Museum Meander, a city center tour that includes many museums grouped under the Iziko Museum in Cape Town

Start with the William Fehr Collection in Rust en Vreugd and visit the Castle of Good Hope. There is also the Castle Military Museum, which depicts the military history of Cape, Castle, and the Cape regimen, heading to the Michaelis collection

The Rococo-style building, built-in 1755, was once the city hall in the house in the enchant town

Then they destroyed the Government Avenue and Company Gardens from the top of Adderley Street

This will take you to a slave lodge in South Africa

Near the Slave, Tree are the South African National Library, South African Museum and Planetarium, South African National Gallery, and Bertram House

The Jewish Museum and Cape Town Holocaust Center in South Africa add a fascinating addition to the local museum scene

 

Location of Cape Town Central

Near Queen Victoria Street is the Center for the Book, Cape Town's most prominent Edwardian building

The building has a dome-shaped central reading room that houses all of South Africa's contemporary publications

Located on Strand Street, the Koopmans de Wet House is worth a visit to the porcelain exhibits and fine antique furniture

Longstreet is home to both the Palmtree Mosque and the Old slave Church, one of Cape Town's oldest

Built-in 1804, the current church is a museum celebrating the history of Christian missionary work in South Africa

If you are looking for something a little more specialized, try Gerald Shap's Camera Museum on Longstreet or the Gold of Africa Museum at the historic Martin Merck House at the top of Strand Street

Here you can see the largest collection of African gold crafts. Enjoy a working studio, gold boutique, wine cellar, and art garden. The Gold Restaurant is a great dining experience with Pan African cuisine, puppet shows, and interactive drums

A great cultural experience in the city center on foot. You can book a walking tour of the city center with one of your registered walking guides

Walking tours depart regularly. You can always opt for a half-day Cape Town City Tour or Cape Town City Cycle Tour, and they incorporate many of the attractions listed above

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