Accommodation in Sunnyside, Pretoria
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One of the major advantages to a stay in Sunnyside is its accessibility to town and Arcadia. Staying here means you can literally walk to the centre of the city and neighbouring suburbs. Whilst it may be something of a trek – roughly thirty minutes or so to the State Theatre – the walk, sometimes beneath the city's famed Jacarandas, is both interesting and flat, making it relatively easy.
Sunnyside, much like other older and more central suburbs of Pretoria, is laid out in an easy to navigate grid, its streets lined mostly with blocks of flats that date... [continued]