FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa

The FIFA 2010 World Cup is an exciting event for all South Africans to look forward to. It will be creating opportunities in so many different ways. Not only has it offered job creation in regard to the construction and upgrading of stadiums, but it will allow first time visitors to explore this beautiful country, as well as enjoy watching their favorite teams in live action. All the major cities in South Africa are preparing to welcome international visitors, striving to provide them with comfortable accommodation, top class service and facilities and a memorable holiday.

Cities which are hosting the 2010 World Cup are Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Pretoria, Rustenburg, Nelspruit, Polokwane and Bloemfontein. Soccer fans will not only be thrilled by the sporting action, but by the hundreds of activities and attractions that each city has to offer, and there are many wildlife reserves and national parks waiting to share the magnificence of this amazing country with international visitors. Attending the 2010 World Cup in such as diverse country as South Africa is a unique opportunity and a wonderful family adventure.


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