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London To Johannesburg By Train

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When in London, the walk along the Thames is very beautiful and exciting, especially if done in the evening during sunset.

London To Johannesburg By Train

Along the south shore, you will encounter many points of interest such as City Hall, HMS Belfast, Borough St, Golden Hinde and Southwark Cathedral, Shakespeare's Globe, etc.


Don’t miss a visit to the Gold Reef City while in Johannesburg, South Africa. The park offers a decent theme and a captivating storyline linked to the mining past of the city of Johannesburg. Some attractions are well worth the cost of entry like; Anaconda, Golden loop, Tower of Terror and Jozy Express.

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Here are the available modes of transport from London to Johannesburg.

London To Johannesburg By Train

There is no direct train that travels from London to Johannesburg on a regular basis. However, you have three other options to reach the city of Johannesburg once you reach Cape Town City where you can travel by cab, drive, bus, or take the Guatrain Metrorail route.

London To Johannesburg By Train

London To Johannesburg By Bus

The distance between London to Johannesburg is 9,600 kms. There are three bus transport companies that cover the London to Johannesburg bus route daily ( Greyhound ZA, InterCape, and Cityliner). The travel duration is 15 hours and 15 minutes.  The bus fare starts from US$ 47. To know more about the details of bus transport and compare fares for every bus transport provider, visit this site: http://www.rome2rio.com/s/London/Johannesburg

If you prefer taking the long drive via private vehicle from London to Johannesburg, prepare yourself for the 12 hours and 30 minutes of road travel. Be ready for toll fees and fuel consumption.

London To Johannesburg By Plane

There are ten flight providers (local and international) that cover the flight route from London to Johannesburg on a daily basis. The air travel duration is estimated at 13 hours and 33 minutes.  The cost of traveling by plane from London to Johannesburg is US$ 465. You can check out all the information about your flight options and list of airlines to choose from this site :http://www.rome2rio.com/s/London/Johannesburg

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