Football fever is coming! World Cup 2010, the largest and most spectacular show on earth will be held in the picturesque area of South Africa and will kick for the World Cup in South Africa travel 11th June 2010. The last game of the mega-event 11th is July 2010. This is the first time an African country will host a first-class event. The games will take in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, Durban, Bloemfontein, Rustenburg, Pretoria, Polokwane and Nelspruit. The world of football and football-fanatical fans are booming in the run near the top of the world.
Johannesburg is one of the beautiful cities of South Africa to visit and a heart that beats South Africa. Johannesburg or Joburg is largely in the world, famous for its beautiful and exotic safaris. In addition to exotic Safari, Lion Park, Museum Africa, Bunny Park, Newtown, Alexandra, Gold Reef City is among the best attractions in Johannesburg. There are two important stages in Johannesburg to be used during the World Cup. The first is the city of football, which is the first match of the tournament host. Another Ellis Park Stadium is a few miles from downtown Johannesburg.
Bloemfontein is a fascinating city with a modern and offers a wealth of wildlife a wide range of sporting facilities and excellent fishing conditions. Bloemfontein has everything for the visitors. It provides ample recreation and entertainment in the form of sports fields, public parks, a zoo and a deer park. The World Cup 2010 matches in Bloemfontein in the Free State Stadium will be played, as Vodacom Park Stadium known. Hosts first five games in the first round and second round match.
Cape Town is without doubt one of the most rated tourist attractions in the world that offers a wide range of attractive sights and activities. It is one of the most cosmopolitan cities of southern Africa. Cape Town offers a beautiful and exotic beaches, mountains, vineyards, etc. Soccer World Cup first and second round games will probably be played in Cape Town Newlands Stadium. The stadium has an excellent security, parking and various other devices. The stadium is located directly opposite the train station, so there is no need to think, every transport problem.
Durban is an ideal place for businesses, shops, businesses and other attractions. One of the most densely populated countries in southern Africa. The website offers many ways to enjoy the sun and the beach. Durban prepares for the World Cup hosts. Some of the main parties in the World Cup stadium in Durban Moses Mabhida won. It will also host the opening ceremony of the World Cup at King's Park Stadium. It takes about ten minutes drive from the major hotels take the Kings Park Stadium.
It is a capital of the province of Mpumalanga. There are a lot of sun, mountains and lush valleys covered. Nelspruit has planned a new soccer stadium for the World Cup. The stadium is the name of Mbombela stadium will have a capacity of 40,000. There are four first round matches host. The Mbombela Stadium has been designed to offer services to first-class facilities for football players and spectators designed.
Polokwane, formerly Pietersburg is known, the capital of the Limpopo Province, South Africa. Polokwane is good weather, good location and proximity to the largest game reserves. Peter Mokaba Stadium is used to the first round of football be hosting matches. The stadium is located directly south of the Central Business District. The stadium is improved.
Pretoria is one of the most beautiful cities in South Africa. Pretoria is now known as Tshwane. Pretoria is a city that hosts the World Cup. Pretoria is also known for the flowering Jacaranda is mainly in the month of October in the town pink or purple, it is often the Jacaranda City. Loftus Versveld Stadium in Pretoria, Gauteng will be subject to some improvements in the World Cup and has a capacity of 45,000. Host four first rounds of match results and a second round.
Rustenburg is one of the wealthiest cities in South Africa and a hundred miles north of Johannesburg. At the foot of the Magaliesberg in the North-West Province of South Africa. Royal Bafokeng Stadium is the stadium during the World Cup can be used. The Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg, North West Province is a minor facelift including its capacity to be increased to 45,000. Host fit four first round matches and a second round.