South Africa has certainly jumped onto the band wagon of the World Cup spirit in recent weeks and so far our country has probably been the most exciting host of this infamous sport event. Not only does South Africa offer a diversity in culture, it also has excellent weather and an amazing diversity in geographics and outdoor activities for both locals and visitors to enjoy.
If you are one of the lucky few, holding tickets to the final match, you can certainly be proud of having guaranteed access into the Soccer City stadium on 11 July. Thousands are still desperate to get their hands on tickets, which have now become extremely difficult to get hold of!
About Soccer City
The design of the stadium was inspired by a range of concepts; from the acknowledgement of Jo’burg’s disappearing mine dumps; the kgotla (defined by the tree) of the African city state; the African map as a horizontal representation, which includes the roof as a desert plane supported by tropical trees, set within the mineral wealth of Southern Africa; to a representation of the protea, South Africa’s national flower.
However, the calabash (an African pot), was selected as being the most recognisable object to represent what would be associated most with the African continent.
The Peruzzi apartment complex is situated in Sandton on the northern side of Johannesburg; a five-minute drive from the all time favourite shop-’til-you-drop Sandton City and Mandela Square. Virgin Active Morningside is within walking distance and 800m down the road, the Rivionia Shopping Centre.
Peruzzi offers to its residents a swimming pool, covered parking and 24 hour security. An ideal location to experience the buzz of Jo’burg, whilst watching the World Cup 2010 final!
To book your stay at Peruzzi, contact Michelle van Wyk on 021 525 5300 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 021 525 5300 end_of_the_skype_highlighting (o/h) or email michellevw [at] amazingvouchers.com.
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