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          Bus from Durban to Pretoria Online Ticket Booking

          Discover your travel route on web, mobile or app and book cheap bus ticket from Durban to Pretoria online now.

          Compare and book the best deals on cheap bus tickets from Durban to Pretoria online now. Pretoria, South Africa is a peaceful, stately city which caters particularly to visitors who enjoy culture and history. Pretoria is generally known as the Jacaranda City because of the many attractive, blooming specimens of this plant found all through the city. So book your bus from Durban to Pretoria online now and save time and money.

          Cheap Bus Tickets from Durban to Pretoria Bus Tickets Booking, Routes, Schedules & Fares FAQs

          What is the affordable way to get from Durban to Pretoria?

          The affordable way to get from Durban to Pretoria by buses which costs $12 – $40 and takes eight hours.

          Is there a direct bus from Durban to Pretoria direct?

          Yes, there is a direct Durban to Pretoria bus and arriving at Pretoria. Services depart hourly and operate every day. The trip takes about 8 hours.

          What is the distance between Durban to Pretoria by bus?

          The distance of Durban to Pretoria by bus is 536km.

          Where do I take the Durban to Pretoria bus from?

          Cheap bus from Durban to Pretoria, operated by Intercape or Eldo Coaches, depart from Durban station.

          Train or bus Durban to Pretoria?

          The excellent way to get to Durban from Pretoria is to bus from Durban to Pretoria, which takes eight hours. Cheap bus tickets from Durban to Pretoria fare $12 – $40. Alternatively, you can train, which costs $85 – $100 and takes 15h 10m.

          Bus from Durban to Pretoria Tips

          Here are some of the best attractions:

          National Cultural History Museum

          History of a different type is traced at the National Cultural History Museum. A combination of real and rotating exhibitions make this museum worthy of repeat tours. The set targets on the diverse cultures and peoples that make up the special population of Pretoria and South Africa as a whole. Exhibits contain shows targeting on the Iron Ages and Stone, archaeological finds and rock engravings.

          Pretoria Botanical Garden

          Natural flocks to the famous garden, which was formed in 1946. Paved culture trail makes this an accessible thrill for the full family, who can joy in the exotic blooms that rare species on show here.

          Union Buildings

          Most guests to Pretoria also set aside time to visit the Union Buildings. The city is one of the Africa’s capital and as such possesses a big range of government buildings.