What the 2010 Host Cities Have to Offer

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What the 2010 Host Cities Have to Offer!

A look at the best on offer from four of the nine host cities for the up-coming World Cup event taking place in South Africa in a few months. Where will you be watching the games?

City: Cape Town
Stadium:
Greenpoint Stadium

Cape Town also known as the Mother City is a very popular tourist destination for anyone visiting Africa. This city is no doubt the most multi-cultural city in the country. There is plenty to see and do, from visiting famous attractions like Cape Point, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Malay Bokaap and Robben Island tours to name a few. This is one of the host cities and there is no doubt the atmosphere in June and July is going to be explosive. There are so many great places to stay in this city and you can find a few, right here on bidorbuy. Go through to the bidorbuy Travel and Entertainment category and have a look at where to stay in Cape Town

  

 

City: Durban
Stadium: Moses Mabhida Stadium

Durban, the third largest city in South Africa and host city for one of the two semi-finals is a great destination for those looking to enjoy some warm sub-tropical weather. This city by the Indian Ocean boasts a number of attractions including uShaka Marine World, one of the largest aqua marine parks in the world, Kings Park Stadium (home of the Sharks rugby team) and Gateway Shopping Mall (the largest mall in Africa). It is also home to the busiest port in Africa. If you are looking for accommodation for your Durban vacation with the family, a weekend get-away with your spouse or luxury hotel pampering you can find it now in bidorbuy Travel and Entertainment. 

  

 

City: Nelspruit
Stadium: Mbombela Stadium

Nelspruit is the capital of Mpumalanga and has a population of less than 250 000. This city is located in an area that is blessed with outstanding natural scenery. The spectacular views of rolling mountains on the horizon from the famous God’s Window make you appreciate the wonder of nature. Enjoy the views of the waterfalls, blue rivers, green landscapes and the citrus farms in the area. This is surely the city for nature lovers to go watch games being played during the tournament. Staying in Nelspruit you will have easy access to the Kruger National Park,Blyde River Canyon and if you wish you can pop into Mozambique as well. Book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment. 

  

 

City: Rustenberg
Stadium: Royal Bafokeng Stadium

Rustenberg is a city in the North West province of South Africa, well known for its mining and agricultural exploits. The world’s richest platinum mines can be found in the area. There are a number of nature reserves and game farms to explore in the area. Rustenberg is home to the fourth largest National Park in South Africa, the Pilanesberg National Park. Less than an hour away is Hartbeespoort Dam, the perfect weekend getaway. A little further out of the city is one of the most popular destinations in South Africa, Sun City, also one of the most popular searches in bidorbuy's Travel and Entertainment category. If you are looking to enjoy a Casino experience, the valley of Waves or a good game of golf then find Sun City accommodation in bidorbuy travel and entertainment now. 

Stay tuned for a review of the remaining 5 host cities. Visit the Travel and Entertainment category to view items related to the World Cup as well all other items catering to your travel needs. If you are looking for affordable accommodation and travel packages online,bidorbuy offers a wealth of options. 
 
 
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