With the 2010 Football World Cup fully underway, South Africa has experienced a huge mass of incoming tourists who have managed to get their hands on tickets to the matches. While Cape Town may be the most popular destination, the country has much to offer in terms of culture and entertainment to football fans, around the country. Both business and economy class tickets have been selling extremely well in the run up to the tournament as ticket holders ensure they have the means to get to South Africa and the various stadiums within the country. While the Cape Town stadium, nestled just below Table Moutain will take the bulk of the glory, other locations around the country also offer their own little slice of culture and events and it's worth visitng them if you're lucky enough to be there. While Cape Town has Robben Island, the historic former prison of Nelson Mandela, Joahnnesburg, serviced by EgyptAir, has much to offer, including many monuments which were created as a remembrance for the troubles that were faced by many people in the past. EgyptAir flies from London Heathrow and Belfast International.