Guided Tour of Soweto
Soweto is the biggest township in South Africa and during the apartheid era it gained international acclaim for housing most of the country's revolutionaries. Former Robben Island prisoner Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu lived on the famous Vilakazi street.
The Apartheid Museum is where much of South Africa's history is kept on display. Historically, this museum is one of the most celebrated places in the country due to the significance of its educational and thought-provoking contents.
Walter Sisulu Square
This square is dedicated to Walter Sisulu, an icon who fought vigorously against the apartheid system in South Africa. He spent many years in Robben Island, a notorious location used to imprison political activists in the old South Africa.
Hector Peterson Square
Hector Peterson is said to be the first person to be shot during the famous 16 June 1976 student riots in Soweto, where state police used live ammunition against students who were protesting against the use of Afrikaans as a language of instruction. At the time of the incident, a picture of the 14-year-old Peterson was shown all over the world, prompting international outrage and condemnation.
Tour of Constitution Hill
This site is where the first constitution of the democratic South Africa was crafted. It is one of the country's most celebrated locations and has hosted numerous conferences and events of historical significance.