HolidayCheck discovers all the cities that will host the World Cup. Johannesburg Jo burg, as colloquially call Johannesburg South Africans, is the fourth African economy and one of the 40 metropolitan areas the world’s largest. It is 1,723 meters above the sea level. Perhaps that is why we believe erroneously that it is the capital of South Africa, but not so. It will be disputed matches in two stadiums: Soccer City and Ellis Park Stadium. The first is the largest stadium in the world and the eighth largest in the world, with a capacity of 94,700 spectators.
The two most important appointments will take place: the opening match and the final on July 11. Is Cape Town the legislative capital of South Africa and the most tourist town. Its landscape combines sea and mountain. From the Table Mountain or table mountain you can admire a panorama of 360 degrees on the entire city, and in the Long Street to enjoy more lively night life of South Africa. Its Stadium, Green Point, is an architectural masterpiece that has cost us $ 605 million. Also known as African Renaissance Stadium, his works are over a year late.
Your Durban port is the largest on the African continent, by hosting the container terminal the largest in the southern hemisphere that employs more than 100,000 people. It is a prosperous and cosmopolitan city by the Ocean Indian awarded by United Nations as city best administered in Africa. With a coastline of 4 km of beaches, the most visited point is the Shaka Marine World, one of the most famous water parks in the world with dolphins and an aquarium built in a sunken ship shows. This summer another point will be popular: its Moses Mabhida Stadium, with a modern roof that covers all the seats but leaves the playing field open. Rustenburg in afrikaans name literally means city of rest.