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The major international aviation gateway to Zimbabwe, Harare International Airport ( HRE ) is situated in Harare. Harare International Airport is operated by Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe and has a 4,725 metre long runway, one of the larges in Africa. Harare International Airport serves a major base of Zimbabwe's national airline Air Zimbabwe. Besides all domestic destinations, Air Zimbabwe offers international flights to London, Johannesburg, Beijing, Dubai, Singapore and Dar es Salaam. Harare International Airport is also served by many other airlines like Air Botswana, Air Malawi, Air Zambezi, Ethiopian Airlines, British Airways, Kenya Airways, South African Airways and TAAG Angola Airlines.

About Harare (HRE)

Home to millions, Harare is renowned as the capital of Zimbabwe. The place is moderately surrounded by buildings, parks and gardens. Most of the people are inhabitants of the central region, with almost 5,00,000 living in the districts of rural Harare. Harare faced momentary decline and disrepair in the past years, because of the downfall in the Zimbabwe economical structure. But the city did not lose its charm and continued offering its visitors with delightful destinations. You can easily reach this destination opting the air facility, which is direct and easiest way to reach. One can also travel through train, bus and car, according to their distance and suitability. After reaching the scenic location, you can visit various places which interests and attracts you. The wide spread area of the city can be best explored through car or bike, as there is no shortage of fuel in the city. The historical and cultural heritage of the city is its biggest asset and thus allows visitors to have a look over numerous locations like, the National Gallery, the Queen Victoria Museum, and the Harare City Library. One can also roam around in the open spaces of National Botanic Garden, which has a total of 900 species of wild trees and shrubs from all over the country. The Kopje and the Chapungu Sculpture Park are among the captivating delights of the place. You can visit the nearby market and buy the local formed products, because they are relatively cheaper in their price. There are number of fine dine restaurants in the city offering delectable cuisines and dishes. Do not forget to taste the Zimbabwe's staple food – 'Sadza'. A place less chaotic and messy, Harare is a one stop destination for the peace loving masses. To reach the serene city, you can take assistance from MakeMyTrip.com, which not only makes the process an easy cakewalk, but also allows you to have greater liberty over the choices. The cheap offers and profitable deals allows you to pick the best from the vast choices, helping you form a budget friendly trip.