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Located in Soweto, 5 mi from Credo Mutwa Cultural Village and 5.6 mi from Bram Fischerville Cricket Oval, Cozy, Modern Luxury Cottage - Peaceful charm WiFi! The location is hard to find, it took a while to find it. I loved the place after finding it.
Located in Soweto, 2.4 mi from Hector Pieterson Memorial, Phomolong Guest House Soweto features accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a terrace. The guest house looks like exactly like the pictures shown on the app. I love everything and how receptive the manager and host were. I truly enjoyed my stay and I will definitely go back.
Located in Pimville, within 2 mi of Walter Sisulu Square and 2.7 mi of Regina Mundi Church, Pimville Guest House provides accommodations with a shared lounge and free WiFi as well as free private... Best location. Friendly staff. Very clean. Adequate parking.
Soweto has rich South African history that would have been nice for us to explore but we came for a family responsibility. Seeing signs of that known history was interesting and we will plan a proper trip in our next visit. Staying in the local guesthouse was a bonus as they shared known facts about Soweto - which is a good way to learn about the place.
I love Soweto, problem is that I have no sense of direction. Therefore I did not want to travel too far, luckily Madida's is at a strategic place. Not far from tourist attractions, main road and restaurants.
Soweto has a long story, not so dangerous as everybody says especially if you do a tour with people from Soweto, it's very big, very cheap and there is everything, it's a poor town yes but the people are rich of sharing. To move you need to understand and ask how to move, uber is a good way, the mini bus is complicated to use. You can eat at any price. The week end is very animated.
A must-see. No safety issues. Accessible by taxi or local minibuses from Johannesburg central. One can visit Hector Peterson memorial, Mandela's house, Desmond Tutu's house and more generally interact with the locals who are very friendly and willing to share stories from present and past. Unmissable opportunities to speak with people who lived under oppression of Apartheid.