Encompassing a long stretch of sandy land, the Golden Mile boasts a pristine series of beaches in the city. Straddling the coast of Durban, these beaches also feature a number of attractions that beckon tourists from all over. Owing to the conducive environs, scores of surfers and outdoor enthusiasts flock to the Golden Mile.
Forming a part of the historical town center area is the imposing structure, the Durban City Hall. This is the second city hall to be built, the first being overtaken by the Durban Post Office. The hall was designed by architect Stanley G. Hudson who was inspired by the City Hall in Belfast, Ireland so much so that he replicated it. In 1910, the city hall was completed and sported an 'Edwardian Neo-Baroque' influences. You simply cannot miss out on this attraction, when visiting the city. Check the website or call ahead for more information.