Aberdeen Economy

 

Belfast Intl Economy

 

Birmingham Economy

 

Edinburgh Economy

 

Glasgow Economy

 

London City Economy

 

London Heathrow Economy

 

London Gatwick Economy

 

Manchester Economy

 

Newcastle Economy

 

London All Economy

 

Dublin Economy

 
  Offer ends: 31/Jan/2019

Aberdeen Economy

 

Belfast Intl Economy

 

Birmingham Economy

 

Edinburgh Economy

 

Glasgow Economy

 

London City Economy

 

London Heathrow Economy

 

London Gatwick Economy

 

Manchester Economy

 

Newcastle Economy

 

London All Economy

 

Dublin Economy

 
  Offer ends: 31/Jan/2019

Aberdeen Economy

 

Belfast Intl Economy

 

Birmingham Economy

 

Edinburgh Economy

 

Glasgow Economy

 

London City Economy

 

London Heathrow Economy

 

London Gatwick Economy

 

Manchester Economy

 

Newcastle Economy

 

London All Economy

 

Dublin Economy

 
  Offer ends: 31/Jan/2019

Aberdeen Economy

 

Belfast Intl Economy

 

Birmingham Economy

 

Edinburgh Economy

 

Glasgow Economy

 

London City Economy

 

London Heathrow Economy

 

London Gatwick Economy

 

Manchester Economy

 

Newcastle Economy

 

London All Economy

 

Dublin Economy

 
  Offer ends: 31/Jan/2019

Topping a population of 2 million people, the city of Harare is the modern, cosmopolitan capital city of the nation of Zimbabwe. Formerly known as Salisbury until its name change in 1982, it is Zimbabwe's largest city, as well as the country's financial, communications, and commercial hub, as it is a major production centre for corn, cotton, tobacco, and citrus fruits. Textiles, chemicals, and steel also factor into its economic make-up, and gold is also mined in the area. The University of Harare is Zimbabwes most prestigious institution of higher learning, and it is nestled within the idyllic suburb of Mount Pleasant, which can be found around 6km away from the city's centre. Harare is a charming city as it is flanked by numerous suburbs identified by the colonial names bestowed during the 19th century, such as Avondale, Warren Park, Mount Pleasant, Tynwald, and Malborough. So book your flights to Harare and discover a thriving, cosmopolitan commune within the heart of Zimbabwe!

How to get here

Harare's primary hub for air travel is the Harare International Airport, which serves flights to Harare from a variety of international and domestic destinations, such as Johannesburg, Addis Ababa, Luanda, and Nairobi. Train travel is also a cheap alternative to flights to Harare, with links to and from Bulawayo, Mutare, and Mozambique. If you would rather travel at your own pace, you can rent a car and drive from Johannesburg, easily accessible via a wide road. Bus services are also available from the main terminus known as Mbare Terminal.

Things to see, places to go:

Many tourists are embarking on cheap flights to Harare in order to soak up the citys historical and cultural heritage that lends it quite a different flavor from other African destinations. Here are a few "must-see" sights for you to make the most of your budget flights to Harare:
The National Gallery: It exhibits and intriguing collection of artefacts that provides a fascinating glimpse into the countrys historical legacy. In addition, the gallery features international exhibitions as well as an impressive permanent display of Shona stone carvings.
The National Archives: Home to a priceless grouping of Africana artefacts in the form of notebooks and diaries
National Botanic Gardens: Perfect for a morning or afternoon stroll, you will encounter 900 varieties of wild trees and assorted greenery from other parts of Zimbabwe.
The Kopje: A scenic natural landmark that is a granite hill that provides stunning views of the city and landscape.
Chapungu Sculpture Park: Highlighting Harares artistic brilliance, the park features excellent talent.

 Map