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All reviews nobel prize winners desmond tutu mandela house stalls selling african vibe car guards quick visit a late lunch visit nelson nobel peace local restaurants apartheid in south africa arts and crafts great place to visit support the local community tour bus organised tour
We stopped here for a late lunch as part of our long full day private tour of Johannesburg and Soweto.
Vilakazi is a famous street in Soweto that produced two Nobel Prize winners : Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu. It’s also where Hector Pieterson was...More
Disappointing. Gentrified tourist oriented street in the midst of the real Soweto. No great historic value- set up for eating and buying rather than learning. Heavily promoted tor tourists so it is a "required destination" on most tours.
Vibrant and colourful street full of market stalls and restaurants. This is where Nelson Mandela lived - and Desmond Tutu. Quite a historic place. Lots of dancing and singing going on. Remember to tip if you decide to take photographs. Take care of belongings. Definitely...More
Vilakazi street is world renowned as the only place where two Nobel Peace prize winners have lived. President Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. It's truly powerful and as a black man from the states, visiting this hallowed ground was amazing and eye opening. You...More
Very lively, busy street with street performers, hawkers, few bars and restaurants. Quite a lot of visitors visiting Nelson Mandelas former home. Felt very safe and friendly. Can get there on the hop on hop off bus Soweto extension tour or other tours. Don’t think...More
The most Busiest Street at Soweto ... Because is the worlds two Nobel price piece winner , first its Mr arch Bishop TUTU and Nelson Mandela .. the street is Rich with history of The Soweto student uprising (1976) .. hand made art crafts the...More
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Hi. I went for a full day Soweto and Apartheid Museum. Our guide Nick was very nice and informative. Before that, we checked with hotel reception to arrange us a car and driver, and they offered us 3000 rand for 6 hours. Our... More
Hi. I went for a full day Soweto and Apartheid Museum. Our guide Nick was very nice and informative. Before that, we checked with hotel reception to arrange us a car and driver, and they offered us 3000 rand for 6 hours. Our full day was 9 hours with lunch for 900 rand only.
Well, if you want Vilakazi street only, just get a taxi or Uber, it will be about 60-80 rand. Get in there, visit Mandela's house, stroll in the road and find a nice restaurant for lunch.