Wondering when you should visit Pretoria?

South Africa’s capital city, Pretoria, is known as the Jacaranda city. This is because of its plethora of gorgeous purple trees.

There’s so much for you to do and see in Pretoria. The city is not only defined by its diverse architectural styles and influences. It’s also home to the popular National Zoological Gardens of South Africa and other exciting places. One great example is the Cheetah Research and Breeding Centre.

Visit Pretoria in Spring – or anytime!

You should visit Pretoria in Spring if you want to enjoy the gorgeous Jacaranda tree-lined streets, which come into full bloom in during the season. Also, climate-wise – spring is the best time to go to Pretoria. The temperatures in spring vary between 15 to 28 degrees Celsius. 

Autumn is also pleasant with temperatures ranging from 10 to 25 degrees Celsius, which is a lot milder than the soaring summer temperatures. While reaching minimums of about 4 degrees Celsius in Winter, the nighttime frosts and cool mornings can be a little too cold for some. But, the weather during the colder time of the year is mostly mild and dry. So, Pretoria is quite pleasant to visit any time of the year.

Month Average minimum (°C) Average maximum (°C)
January 17 29
February 18 28
March 15 29
April 12 25
May 8 23
June 6 23
July 4 20
August 6 24
September 12 27
October 14 29
November 16 28
December 17 29

Are you visiting Pretoria soon and need a place to stay? Contact Morning Star Express Hotel in Pretoria. We provide modern and affordable accommodation for business guests, stopovers, and short stay travelers.

For more information about the beautiful city, read:

https://www.travelguide-en.org/pretoria-climate/#

https://www.holidify.com/places/pretoria/best-time-to-visit.html

http://journeymart.com/de/south-africa/pretoria-best-time-to-visit.aspx

https://sabest.co.za/2018/02/visit-markets-south-africa/

https://sabest.co.za/2017/12/tips-booking-hotel-south-africa/

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