When visiting Pretoria, one should visit The African Window (the national cultural history museum) which showcases excavated archaeological material, artworks and early domesticated animals.
On ... More a pleasant weekday afternoon, tourists can find their way to Technopark Boeremark, a countryside flea market at which one can experience the culture of the African people. Top award-winning restaurants of South Africa can also be found here. Pretoria is also the starting point for the famed Blue Train and the Rovos Rail luxury steam train.
Pretoria is a summer rainfall area, having hot days interspersed with short afternoon thunderstorms and subsequent hail. Average daytime temperatures are 30°C in the summer and 20°C in the winter, with the cold season being mild and dry.
The best time to visit Pretoria is in the spring. This is because nearly 70,000 exotic Jacaranda ... More trees are usually in full bloom by October, giving the city a picturesque purple-coloured look and resulting in it being popularly called as ‘The Jacaranda City’. The city is home to about one million people.
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