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Bloemfontein Flights:
Flights to Bloemfontein
image of Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Airport is one of South Africa's smaller airports . Approximately 250 000 passengers travel through Bloemfontein Airport on a yearly basis.

Being as small as it is, Only Domestic airlines fly in and out of Bloemfontein. Most of the passengers are Business Travellers, so Bloemfontein Airport acts as an Important Gateway to the Free State Province.
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Airlines that Fly to bloemfontein:
Domestic Airlines
If you are flying to Bloemfontein you can book a flight on the following Airlines as they Fly in and Out of Bloemfontein on a frequent basis.

Mango Airlines
SA Airlink Airlines
SA Express
South African Airways

What to Do in Bloemfontein:
The very name ‘Bloemfontein’ is attractive – the word means flower fountain and refers to the large fountain that was the site of the first settlers of the city. It’s a beautiful place to visit and there is no end to the things you can see and do.
The Tourist Attractions of Bloemfontein:
The capital of the Free State is also South Africa’s judicial capital. It is called the City of Roses and one way to see why this is an appropriate title, will be to visit Kings Park and the Zoo: there are over 4000 rose plants in the park. The zoo has a large number of primates and the bizarre, yet fascinating liger – the result of a cross between a tiger and a lion!

Every month, you can go to Die Volksblad, a market of arts and crafts. While you’re in the area, check out the Loch Logan Waterfront as it has interesting shops, restaurants and a flea market.

History fans will love the city’s oldest building, the First Raadsaal, which dates back to 1849. It has been a church, a gathering place, a school and finally a museum during its long life. The beautiful Fourth Raadsaal built in 1893 in the Renaissance style is made of red brick and is remarkable as it has a prominent dome and an Iconic portico.

Another building to see is the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of South Africa. Neo-Classical in style and built in 1929, the court rooms are admired for stinkwood panelling and exquisite carvings. The City Hall was designed by Sir Gordon Leithe around 1935 and was made attractive by Italian marble and intarsia work in Burmese wood.

Naval Hill, towards the north-east, offers a good view of the koppies and rantjies as well as being home to the Franklin Nature Reserve, where you can view giraffe and steenbok. At the Botanical Gardens, you will see what highveld vegetation looks like and marvel at million-year old fossilized trees. Spread over 70 hectares, you can go for a moonlight walk and enjoy a sunset concert during the summer. Visit the Herbarium as there are 5000 species there!

Try and catch a performance at the Sand du Plessis Theatre. If you are interested in rich culture then there are a whole lot of museums where you can spend your time – the National Museum, the War Museum, Old Presidency, Queens Fort Military Museum, the Rugby Museum and the National Afrikaans Literature Museum, to name a few.

The Twin-Spired Church is the only such South African Dutch Reformed church in South Africa. Modelled in 1880 after the German Bamberg Cathedral, it was used to swear in Presidents. It is also called the President's Church. The Anglican Cathedral is worth visiting as well.

Bloemfontein is part of the BBT Heritage Route and learning about the rich culture of the region is an informative experience. Don’t miss visiting this city. Its warm friendliness and interesting sights will make it a visit to remember! You can get more information at the Tourist Information Office located in Park Road, Bloemfontein.
When Should You Visit?:

Bloemfontein’s location on central South Africa’s dry grassland at 1,400 m or 4,600 ft above sea level makes the city a hot and arid place to visit. Summers are hot here, so if you find heat draining, don’t come here at this part of the year! Thundershowers take place quite often in the afternoons. Winters are cooler and a better time to visit. Frost can occur, but snow is a very rare phenomenon in Bloemfontein. Summer temperatures vary between a maximum of 31C and a minimum of 15C and winter temperatures between 17C and -2C.

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