Overview & Attractions
Cape Town is renowned for being one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Situated at the base of Table Mountain, it is the capital city of the Western Cape. Whether you are looking for history, natural beauty or a cosmopolitan lifestyle, the 'Mother City' has it all. There is such a diversity of attractions and activities you will not be disappointed with your city experience. Offering fantastic views of the city, Table Mountain dominates the skyline. For natural surroundings there are gardens, beaches and vineyards all close by. Cape Town is steeped in history and many of the museums and monuments have much to tell. For a cosmopolitan and lively experience, visit the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront with a wide variety of shops, restaurants and craft markets.
In and Around, there are many areas of this fascinating city that you can visit, each offering something different.
City Bowl: Known as the 'Heart of Cape Town', there is a fantastic vibe with a range of restaurants, stalls and street life. Don't miss out on taking a cable car to the top of Table Mountain for fantastic views of the city. In addition, the museums, galleries and other historical buildings offer plenty of interesting venues to visit.
Victoria & Alfred Waterfront: Fast becoming 'the' place to visit. With a multitude of shops selling international and local brands, plus restaurants, bars and entertainment, there is something for everyone. A wide range of accommodation makes the Waterfront an ideal place to stay.
Camps Bay: The Bay has one of the best beaches in the Cape Town region combined with an impressive backdrop of the Twelve Apostles mountain range. Many cafés, bars and restaurants line the beachfront - a great location to view fantastic sunsets.
Sea Point: Situated just outside central Cape Town with amazing views of Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean. The beachfront promenade is a focal point for locals and tourists.