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Pretoria travel guide

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You're Going to Love Pretoria

Pretoria boasts lush gardens, buzzing nightclubs and eateries, and a whole lot of rich South African history. Alongside its natural wildlife sanctuaries, Pretoria's urban life is centered around great eats and entertainment, and it comes alive in the evenings, thanks to its large university student population.

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When to Visit Pretoria

Summers in Pretoria are wet and muggy, with afternoon thunderstorms and temperatures of 60-86 degrees. Winters are dry and mild with lows of 41 degrees and highs of 68 degrees.

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Where to Stay in Pretoria

When you visit Pretoria, there are multiple options for a pleasurable stay. Check in to the Pumbas Backpackers in Hatfield or the Farm Inn. If you want to splurge, try the Ellensgate Guesthouse, a great B&B.

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Shopping Streets

You don't want to miss Menlyn Park Shopping Centre for an unforgettable shopping experience. Check out Wonderpark's skate park and Kolonnade in the north with its ice rink.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk costs around R15 while a dozen eggs is approximately R24.

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Where to Eat in Pretoria

Dine at world-renowned La Pentola for R150 per person or Kream Restaurant, for fresh urban eats starting at R300 for two. If Cajun and Creole steaks or seafood chowders are your thing, check out Crawdaddy's; appetizers start at R69.