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Explore the city of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second-largest city after the capital of Harare, and discover a peaceful, idyllic community in the midst of the African grasslands. A rather elegant city, it features wide boulevards lined with trees and a quiet air of gentility. When you are travelling in the region, plan your flights to Bulawayo as it is a welcome destination with good shopping options and ample entertainment. It is known as the "City of Kings", and has functioned as the country's industrial hub, with strategic locations near South Africa and Botswana.

How to get here

While there are no direct flights to Bulawayo, there are other options that will add to the charm of an African adventure. If you're visiting Victoria Falls, there is a train to Bulawayo from there, which takes 18 hours through scenic country at great rates. You can also take a minibus taxi from Victoria Falls. Transit links are also available from Johannesburg and Gaborone. Once you get into Bulawayo, you can see the city sights via the local bus network, easily identifiable by its light blue vehicle fleet. Browse online for great deals on competitive alternatives to flights to Bulawayo for hassle-free travel!

Things to do, places to see

Nature lovers who embark on flights to Bulawayo will have a ball in this majestic landscape. If you prefer to stroll around the city, soaking in its lush parks and gardens, you must check our Centerary Park, Mabukuwene, Barham Green, and the Hillside Dams Conservancy. If you're up for a safari adventure out in the wild, Bulawayo is close to The Hwange National Park, Matopo National Park, as well as the scenic Victoria Falls.
If you'd like to explore the city and soak up the local culture, there are a few "must-visit" spots on your travel itinerary.
The Natural History Museum: You will be taken through Bulawayos history, as well as the impressive extent of its mineral wealth, and its exotic wildlife. You will also see the second-largest mounted elephant in the world in this prestigious institution.
The National Gallery of Zimbabwe features a satellite gallery in Bulawayo, with the main one located in the capital of Harare. The Bulawayo branch is situated in an elegant two-storey building that dates back to 1901.
The Bulawayo Railway Museum: This intriguing museum is situated right next to Bulawayos train depot, and it showcases the history of the railway in the country and Rhodesia. Some of its oldest exhibits date back to 1897, and these include the personal carriage of Cecil Rhodes.

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