In-line with all other developmental facets of the Municipality, the transport links that facilitate travel around the region are every bit as comprehensive, largely as a consequence of wider national incentives.
Pretoria rail station is complemented by the Gautrain which runs through large swathes of the Municipality to keep Tswhane on track, while direct links to the OR Tambo International Airport in the neighbouring Ekurhuleni Municipality serve the longer-haul visitor.
Once in the confines of the district, taxis, the municipal bus service and car are considered the best modes of transport outside of the Gautrain, with the latter road option blessed with five highways connecting the Gauteng region to all other cities in the country.
Assisting with this venture both internally and externally is a recently updated and unveiled tourist map which provides “the location of, and detailed information on, accommodation establishments, attractions, tour operators and guides and other tourism-related businesses in the city”, Cadle de Pontenoted in an interview with Daily Southern African Tourism Update in August, 2016.
She added: “It also provides visitors with detailed information on the buildings on Church Square, information on major transport hubs such as the airports, Gautrain stations and bus routes, locations of free WiFi and Visitor Information Centres around the city.
“The map also includes a section on Tshwane trivia, providing facts on the city and an inset detailing the city’s public art.”
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