5 popular Citiliner routes worth taking!
5 popular Citiliner routes! Which is your favourite?
As one of the most affordable and popular ways to travel by bus across Southern Africa, Citiliner transports passengers almost anywhere and everywhere.
Check out our popular Citiliner routes to see where we head day after day – https://www.citiliner.co.za/route-map/
But, some of these routes are more popular than others, they’re the preferred routes that our passengers travel when looking to get to well-known destinations all across Southern Africa.
Here are 5 of our popular routes. Which is your favourite?
Pretoria to Durban via Midrand and Johannesburg
As one of the trendiest destinations in the country when it comes to restaurants, parties and nights out, and one of the most intriguing when it comes to contemporary history and politics, Pretoria needs no introduction.
Neither does Durban where tropical weather days on the beach and stunning scenery are as celebrated as its vibrant local cuisine.
This route departs from Pretoria station and travels via our Engen New Road Midrand stop as well as Johannesburg Park Station. To see where else we stop along the way to Durban, visit https://www.citiliner.co.za/pretoria-johannesburg-durban/
Johannesburg – Mzuzu via Lilongwe – Johannesburg
From the apartheid museum to the richest square mile in Africa – now with a skyscraper to match – Johannesburg finds its roots in the gold industry.
But, if you fancy yourself a coffee lover, it’s Mzuzu, Malawi’s financial capital, that will please you most. It’s not lacking in culture either and we suggest that you visit the Mzuzu Museum for an anthropological fix.
This route departs from Johannesburg Park Station and heads into Malawi going via our Lilongwe office at the Jawad Centre and ending at our Mzuzu office located at; Corporate Mall, Paul Kagame Road, Mzuzu.
Contact our Lilongwe office on +265992980200 and Mzuzu office on +26599899780.
Cape Town – Johannesburg – Pretoria
As the most historical city in South Africa with breath-taking views, beaches and mountains, you’ll never be left without something to do. Cape Town’s wine farms are world-class and worth a day out.
The route departs from the Long-Distance Bus Facility, Operator 4, Old Marine Drive, Cape Town, and travels to Gauteng stopping at Johannesburg Park Station, Midrand at our offices located at New Road Total Garage and finally ends at Pretoria Station.
Harare – Pretoria – Johannesburg
With an ever spectacular 68ha National Botanic Garden, with more than 900 species of wild trees and shrubs from all over the country, Harare is certainly a garden city worth seeing. There is also the open flea-market at Mbare where shoppers can feast their eyes on a colourful array of baskets, food, clothing and other items.
The Citiliner routes from Harare depart from Roadpoort, Cnr Robert Mugabe Rd & Fifth Str, Harare, and travels to Gauteng where it stops at Johannesburg Park Station and the Total Garage New Road Midrand before making its final stop at Pretoria Station at Scheiding Street, Pretoria.
If you need to contact our Harare office, you can call +263772270835.
Johannesburg – Mthatha, via Bloemfontein and Komani
Komani, formerly Queenstown, rests on the Komani River, which forms part of the Great Kei system of rivers – an area of spectacular scenery and fascinating history.
It’s the last stop of a route that starts in Johannesburg, then heads through the farming heartland of South Africa – the city of Roses – and then Mthatha, a city that falls in the brilliant and scenic Transkei.
This route departs from Johannesburg Park station and it goes via Main Street in Bloemfontein and the Total Service Station in Queenstown and ends at our Mthatha office located on the corner of Madeira & Victoria Streets.
So, which was your favourite? Which did you do last? Most importantly, which is next? Book now at www.citiliner.co.za