Travel guide to Bloemfontein, Motheo
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Bloemfontein is the judicial capital of South Africa and is known as the 'City of Roses', and with such a historically rich city there is no shortage of things to do and see. There is the National Women's Monument, raised in honour of the women and children who died in British concentration camps during the Anglo-Boer War. The Military Museum at Queens Fort and the National Afrikaans literary Museum are all worth a visit for the history enthusiast.
Accommodation in Bloemfontein varies from hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfasts, and caters for every wallet. For a cultural experience visit the Sand du Plessis Theatre that boasts the worlds most modern and technically advanced theatre. Or visit Oliewenhuis Art Gallery a neo-Cape Dutch manor house that has exquisite art as well as a tea garden, restaurant and sprawling lawns which makes a wonderful picnic spot.
You won't be disappointed by the accommodation Bloemfontein has to offer, with service excellence and great hospitality, you can be rest assured that after exploring the Naval Hill and Franklin Nature Reserve, you will come back to wonderful accommodation.
Take a trip and discover the Botanical Garden, The Orchid House, Kings Park, the Zoo, Maria Moroka Game Reserve and Loch Logan Waterfront, the entertainment and leisure hub of Bloemfontein.
Stay in Bloemfontein and go to the annual Mangaung Wine Show, taste exquisite wines, view a live cooking demonstration from a renowned local chef, take a wine and food pairing class or just enjoy the beautiful art. If you're there on a Saturday visit the Farmers Market in Langenhoven Park, where fresh produce, delicious meat, curios and other handmade merchandise are for sale.
Experience all the wonders Bloemfontein accommodation has to offer, and make this Free State city a part of your adventures.