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2 Bedroom Apartment / Flat To Rent in Montana
Montana, Pretoria, Gauteng
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 109 Sqm
Pet Friendly
R 9 000
Affordable price
3 Bedroom Apartment / Flat To Rent in Zwavelpoort A H
Pretoria Central, Pretoria, Gauteng
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 85 Sqm
Pet Friendly
R 6 750
Fair price
1 Bedroom Flat To Let in Lynnwood
Lynnwood, Pretoria, Gauteng
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
R 10 000
View More EXCLUSIVE FURNISHED GARDEN BACHELOR COTTAGE Ideal for the sophisticated tenant with a stylish lifestyle. The cottage is in an impeccable condition in the prime boomed-off
1 Bedroom Flat To Let in Sunnyside
Sunnyside, Pretoria, Gauteng
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
R 5 800
View More BEAUTIFUL AND SPACIOUS APARTMENT Situated in a well-looked after building, this 1.5 bedroom unit is neat with a beautiful kitchen area. Very good 24hour security

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Founded in 1855 and named after Andries Pretorius, Pretoria is a city in the northern part of Gauteng, South Africa. It's a strategically important city as it is one of the three capital cities. It is situated 55 km away North-Northeast of Johannesburg. As it lies in the warm and sheltered valley surrounded by the hills of Magaliesberg range, it makes it a great location defined by nature's bounty.
It is populated with jacaranda trees and hence also popularly known as "Jacaranda" city. It's also a city of parks. The terraced gardens of the Union Buildings beautifully adorn the city. The gardens of Venning Park, the municipal nature reserves and the National Zoological Gardens are also equally fascinating for nature lovers.
Compared to Johannesburg, there may not be enough buzz but Pretoria has its own charm and beauty. It has its deeper connect with history and also looks into the future. For history, it has landmarks that commemorate Boer history. Particularly the Voortrekker monument, Paul Kruger and Lois Batha statues serve as constant reminder of its historic events. It has Anglican and Roman cathedrals too. To revisit the history and culture of Pretoria, one can explore the Kruger Museum, the National Cultural History Museum and an art museum.
However, don't be mistaken by its historic monuments and natural beauty, Pretoria has also earned the reputation for its universities and other academic institutions. Onderstepoort Veterinary Institute, an institute of repute, lies at the outskirts whereas the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research stands out for being the country's largest research organization.
It is also renowned for being a rail and industrial centre. It constantly hums activities related to engineering, food processing and diamond mining.
There are many places to see and outdoor activities are also plenty. Transvaal Museum is quite interesting for its natural history displays. Visitors can get to see Mrs. Ples, the australopithecine fossil found at Sterkfontein.
If you are keen on outdoor excursions, you can visit Wonderboomm and Groenkloof Nature Reserves, the Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary. Also the train ride around Pretoria can be fun.
There are short horse trails that you can get at Voortrekker Monument. You can get the same in the Premier Reserve where you can also get to see Rhino and Eland.
For the extreme outdoors activity, you can try out a skydive or even a first jump at the Pretoria Skydiving Club, which is the largest in the country.
It also houses plenty of shopping centres and restaurants.
While Johannesburg is a great, happening place, if you are looking for a quiet and relaxing ambiance, Pretoria is the best bet!

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