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 Cheapest Economy Class fares From London
 
Harare
from
London
Ethiopian Airlines
from
£578

Till: 25 Aug 2014

Travel dates : 26 & 27 August – 02 September - 30 November 2014
Min stay: 07 Days Advance purchase : 03 Days Max stay: 12 Months

 
Harare
 
from
London
klm
from
£600
Till: 03 Sep 2014

Travel dates : 19 August – 18 March 2015
Black Out Period – Out Bound – 16 December – 25 December 2014

 
Harare
 
from
London
 Kenya Airways
from
£638
Till: 03 Sep 2014

Travel dates : 19 August – 15 December 14 / 26 December – 15 March 2015
Black Out Period – Out Bound – 16 December – 25 December 2014

 
 
 Cheapest Economy Class fares From Birmingham
 
Harare
from
Birmingham
Ethiopian Airlines
from
£630

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Harare
 
from
Birmingham
 Kenya Airways
from
£778
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Harare, before 1982 known as Salisbury) is the largest city and capital of Zimbabwe. It is Zimbabwe's largest city and its administrative, commercial, and communications centre. The city is a trade centre for tobacco, maize, cotton, and citrus fruits. Manufactures include textiles, steel, and chemicals, and gold is mined in the area. Harare is the site of the University of Zimbabwe, the largest institution of higher learning in Zimbabwe, which is situated about 5 km north of the city. Numerous suburbs surround the city, retaining the names colonial administrators gave them during the 19th century, such as Warren Park, Borrowdale, Mount Pleasant, Marlborough, Tynwald and Avondale. The largest and second oldest suburb is Highfield which encorparates numerous townships including but not limited to Western Triangle, Canaan, Egypt, Lusaka and Jerusalem.


 

 

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