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It is the largest city in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. Durban's metropolitan municipality ranks third among the most populous urban areas in South Africa after Johannesburg and Cape Town. It is also the second most important manufacturing hub in South Africa after Johannesburg. Durban is famous for being the busiest port in South Africa. It is also seen as one of the major centres of tourism because of the city's warm subtropical climate and extensive beaches. Durban’s Golden Mile is a destination for surfers, families and fisherman, due to its blend of natural beauty and modern resort.

Cosmopolitan Durban (known as eThekweni in Zulu), is sometimes passed over for her ‘cooler’ Capetonian cousin. But this isn’t fair; there’s a lot more to fun-loving Durbs (as she’s affectionately known) than meets the eye.

The city had a major makeover leading up to the 2010 World Cup, with a sleek new stadium and a revamped waterfront. The renewal of the waterfront area and the sweeping away of the old sleaze has given municipal authorities new confidence and ambition – there are plans to extend the waterfront promenade right down the south coast.

Home to the largest concentration of people of Indian descent outside of India, Durban also boasts an unmistakeably Asian feel, with the marketplaces and streets of the Indian area replete with the sights, sounds and scents of the subcontinent.

Old Court House Museum - The Old Court House Museum is the oldest public building in the central business district, and has a rich and chequered past. The museum features a number of collectables in the foyer, including an extensive miniature car collection. The 'Movers and Shakers' exhibition features minature figurines relating to KwaZulu Natal's history. The Durban Room features the city's progression in lifestyle, wealth and means of production, from the colonial era to the post-colonial era.

2-            Phansi Museum - Durban’s Phansi Museum houses one of the largest collections of African arts and crafts worldwide, making it one of the world's largest publicly accessible collections of southern African artefacts.

3-            Durban Holocaust Centre - Through its public programmes the SAHGF raises awareness of Holocaust History and other genocides and uses the platform of the Holocaust to focus on human rights issues in contemporary society. Through its efforts, the SAHGF aims to help address the issues of racism, antisemitism, bigotry and marginalisation which still plague post-Apartheid South Africa, and to promote social activism.

4-            Durban Natural Science Museum - The Durban Natural Science Museum is dedicated to the earth, its history, its future, its life and the life forms that live and have lived on it.

5-            Vasco da Gama Clock - Most Durbanites hardly seem to notice the beautiful piece of architecture but the regal Victorian piece is well worth a second glance, it’s cast-iron, dome shape and intricate design a fine example of Victorian baroque design that almost resembles a very small wedding chapel.Da Gama was the first person to discover Durban and the Portuguese were the first colonialists to come to the region.

6-            Emmanuel Cathedral - It is a religious building that follows the Roman or Latin rite and functions as the headquarters of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Durban.

7-            Umgeni River Bird Park - It is a bird zoo. Designed and built by Dr. Alan Abrey in an old quarry site, the Umgeni River Bird Park was opened in April 1984. The park was owned privately by a group of bird lovers who wanted to educate others about birds from around the world. Set in a landfilled and landscaped former quarry, the park includes several natural waterfalls. Paths for visitors wind through three aviaries and past other aviaries and open exhibits. A viewing window in the nursery lets visitors see how the birds are hatched and raised.

8-            Durban Botanic Gardens - It is Durban’s oldest public institution and Africa's oldest surviving botanical gardens. The Durban Botanical Gardens are famous for the original specimen of a Cycad (Encephalartoswoodii) that is still widely acknowledged as probably the rarest plant in the world, as well as for its extensive collection of South African Cycad species.

9-            Resistance Park - The first passive resistance campaign after Gandhi left took place here in defiance of the Ghetto Act.

10-          Mitchell Park Zoo - Today Mitchell Park has a whole host of small animals and birds for you to visit, including crocodiles, buck, raccoons, cranes, flamingoes, wallabies, monkeys and tortoises. There is a walk-through aviary that allows you to get close-up views of many beautiful bird varieties.

11-          Juma Masjid Mosque - The magnificent Juma Masjid Mosque, the largest mosque in the Southern hemisphere, dominates Durban's central Indian district. Its gilt-domed minarets tower over the bustling commercial area, but inside the marbled worship hall is peaceful and boasts a simple elegance.

12-          Moses Mabhida Stadium - It is a multi-use stadium. The stadium became a venue for several events, like bungee jumping, concerts, cricket, football, golf practice, motorsports and rugby union. It includes a sports institute, and a transmodal transport station.

The Little India Restaurant - Address: 155 Musgrave Road, Musgrave, Berea, 18689, Durban, South Africa. Tel: +27 31 201 1121. E-mail: [email protected]

They offer a stylish and refined dining experience coupled with only the freshest and most succulent ingredients that stay true to the original style of South Indian cooking.They specialise in regional dishes from all areas of Indian subcontinent.

2-            9th Avenue Bistro - Address: 2 Avonmore Centre, 9th Avenue, Morningside, Durban, 4001. Tel: +27 31 312 9134. E-mail:[email protected]

It has been their mission to create a modern, warm and unpretentious venue in the heart of Morningside, Durban, serving fresh and creative cuisine with an emphasis on high quality seasonal ingredients.

3-            Olive and Oil – Glenwood - Address: 149 Helen Joseph Road, Durban, 4001, South Africa. Tel: +27 31 201 6146. E-mail: [email protected]

From as far afield as a little village in Greece, down to the rugged coastline of Morocco, the Mediterranean has been the biggest influence and inspiration for the food and hospitality for which Olive & Oil has become renowned.

4-            Havana Grill - Address: Suncoast Casino, North Beach, Durban, South Africa

Tel: +27 31 337 1305. E-mail: [email protected]

Havana Grill is a world class grill room and an ultimate destination for the meat and seafood lover. Havana Grill is all about Food, Wine, Cigars and Vibe. They use only South African grain fed super beef, which is aged for a minimum of 21 days. The extensive Wine List features a variety of South African wines and we regularly visit estates to select the best vintages available. All cigars are imported from Cuba, and all non-smoking areas are well ventilated and completely unaffected by the smoking.

5-            parc. Café - Address: Shop 2A, Oslo Buildings, 394 Esther Roberts Road (Old Frere Road), Glenwood, Durban 4001. Tel: +27 31 205 7285

Theyaim to provide you with the best possible cafe experience in Durban, through intelligent, thoughtful and affordable food, friendly and efficient service and a homely comfortable ambiance. Nestled in the heart of Glenwood, parc. offers you a social, casual dining experience that captures the essence of Durban culture.

6-            Cafe 1999 - Address: Shop 2, Silvervause Centre, 117 Vause Rd, Durban, 4001, South Africa

Tel: +27 31 202 3406. E-mail:[email protected]

Cafe 1999 offers a dining experience to excite the senses: a vibrant ambiance, gracious service and a delectable menu in the heart of Durban’s trendy Berea. The menu is informed by the seasons using only the finest local and imported ingredients, hand-picked, culminating in fresh and innovative seasonal dishes. Cafe 1999 has has been in operation for nearly two decades and has remained a firm favourite for locals and visitors alike.

7-            Joe Cools - Address: 137 Lower Marine Parade, North Beach, Durban. Tel: +27 31 332-9697

Lazy lunches or restaurant dinner, casual chill or nightclub vibe, themed parties and everyday cool. Burgers, grills, pastas, pizzas, salads, sandwiches, seafood, snack baskets and fun! Joe Cools Bar & Grill is an entertainment institution right on the beach but you don't have to get any sand in your toes. Young and lively if you're up for wild weekend dance night or relaxed and care-free if you want to sip on a weekday pina colada in your board shorts.

8-            Cape2cairo Niteclub - Address: 100 Mahatma Gandhi Rd, Durban, 4001, South Africa

Tel: +27 31 368 3517. E-mail: [email protected]

Cape 2 Cairo is truly South Africa's only mega nightclub with, 5 signature dance floors, 8 resident Dj's and an experience that is unmatched. This exciting and popular venue is the current holder of the best nightclub in KZN (South Africa) as conducted by a regional media survey annually and has held this title for six years in succession.

9-            Unity Brasserie - Address: Silvervause Centre, 117 Silverton Rd, Durban, 4001, South Africa

Tel: +27 31 201 3470

The food is of good quality but generally value for money, it is not elaborate but a few ingredients are used to create a really tasty dish. At Unity our philosophy is quality, sustainability and taste. Their meat comes from sustainable sources in the KZN area often straight from the farm.A recent addition to this is their own handcrafted COWBELL Pilsner.  

10-          Cubana Durban - Address: 128 Florida Road, Morningside, Durban. Tel: +27 31 303 4383. E-mail: [email protected]

Cubaña is South Africa’s only authentic Latino Social Caffe and eatery which provides the service of a cocktail bar and cigar lounge with a unique flavoursome cuisine. Come enjoy our Cubana Menu with Authentic Cocktails, Amazing baskets and mind blowing dishes. This is the place to be if you want to have a social evening with our beautiful clientele, efficient staff and warm atmosphere.

Rickshaws - Rickshaw rides are offered to tourists along the beach front, for amusement rather than getting around. Watch out for the many ups and downs in the ride.

2-            Taxis - Durban has two kinds of taxis: metered taxis and minibus taxis. Unlike in many cities, metered taxis are not allowed to drive around the city to solicit fares and instead must be called and ordered to a specific location. Mini bus taxis are the standard form of transport for the majority of the population who cannot afford private cars.

3-            Bus - The People Mover is a tourist-oriented bus service which runs every 15 minutes and consists of three routes within the central business district and along the beachfront, connecting various attractions. Durban People Mover buses feature CCTV cameras and wheelchair-friendly ramps.

Old Court House Museum - Address: 77 Aliwal Street, Durban, South Africa

Tel: +27 31 311 2229

2-            Phansi Museum - Address: 500 Esther Roberts Road, Glenwood, Durban

Tel: +27 31 206 2889. E-mail:[email protected]

3-            Durban Holocaust Centre - Address: cnr K.E. Masinga&PlayfairRds Durban 4001

Tel: +27 31 3686833. E-mail: [email protected]

4-            Durban Natural Science Museum - Address: 1st Floor, Durban City Hall, Smith Street, Durban, KwaZulu Natal. Tel:+27 31 311-2242

5-            Emmanuel Cathedral - Address: 48 Cathedral Road, Durban, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

Tel: + 27 31 3063595. E-mail: [email protected]

6-            Vasco da Gama Clock - Address: Margaret Mncadi Avenue, Esplanade, Durban, KwaZulu Natal

7-            Mitchell Park Zoo - Address: 10 Ferndale Rd, Durban, 4001, South Africa

Tel: +27 31 303 2275

8-            Juma Masjid Mosque - Address: corner Denis Hurley (old Grey) Street and Dr. Yusuf Dadoo (old Queen) Street, Durban, 4001, South Africa. Tel:+27 31 304 1518

9-            Moses Mabhida Stadium

Address: 44 Isaiah Ntshangase Road (Walter Gilbert), Durban4001

Tel: +27 31 029933

10-          Umgeni River Bird Park - Address: 490 Riverside Rd, Durban, 4051, South Africa

Tel: +27 31 579-4574. E-mail: [email protected]

11-          Durban Botanic Gardens - Address: 70 St Thomas Rd, Durban, 4001, South Africa

Tel: +27 31 309 9240. E-mail: e - [email protected]

12-          Resistance Park - Address: Umbilo Rd, Durban, 4001, South Africa

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