Mandela Square is a popular place in South Africa. The entire square is full of feeling of fashion, with casual coffee bars and upscale restaurants. Due to its central location in Sandton, it is easily accessible from the financial district, Sandton Convention Centre, luxury hotels and some of the specialty shops in Sandton. The design idea of the entire square is to bring the Italian style of life to the African continent.
A great place to visit full of culture, food and lots of Shopping. Also close to great hotels
Mandela Square, a small place, surrounded by shopping malls, the layout is quite unique. It's worth a visit! Enjoy a sunny Sunday afternoon
Nelson Mandela, South Africa's favorite son, stands in the middle of the square. Nelson & Mandela Square is the largest open public space in the country, adjacent to the famous and prosperous city of Thornton. This European Square monument celebrates Africa's international style and hospitality.
Located in Sandton, Johannesburg this is habour to South Africa’s state of the art restaurants and retail shops. A great place to take wonderful pics while connecting to the history and cuisines of South Africa.
as a person of color being within this space was surreal . the square insprires loves and care for your fellow man.
The hero of peace in his heart is an old man that the world admires. Standing under his tall sculpture, he seems to be sending a message of welcome to South Africa to the whole world with his hands. Tourists also embrace South Africa with open arms. Under this scenic spot, you will feel that the world is in our hearts.
Johannesburg has a very artistic place. I think Mandela Square is one of them. There are many foreigners and local people shuttling through it. The square is not very big. It is a little different from what they expected. For us growing up in China, this is not really a square. The 6-meter-high Mandela bronze statue is placed in front of the fountain. It is very big and kind-looking, and it is very impressive. People admire the great people, the rest are basically shopping malls, there is a supermarket in Santon City, you can go to buy something to eat.
Upon arrival in Johannesburg, go straight to Mandela Square. This country changed because of him. But I have reservations about whether all these changes are good. Otherwise, why are there so many blatant robberies in Yorkshire today?
Mandela Square is a modern commercial center, which has many brand stores. The steak shop on the edge is said to be good. Reservation is required.
Conversion centre and Mandela Square have corridors connected, so, maybe a stroll, belong to the tall place. There's a mall across the street in Sandton city. All kinds of famous brands can be browsed. The supermarket is very big, and the goods can be refunded.