Table Mountain Cableway

The Table Mountain Cableway which provides one with a gentle, quick and vista-full trip up to the top of the mountain. Table Mountain Cableway is an Executive Partner of Cape Town Tourism.

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City Sightseeing

The open-top double-decker buses of City Sightseeing are one of the best ways to take in the highlights of Cape Town. With the sun on your shoulders, and an elevated view of your surroundings, you’ll see why the CitySightseeing Bus is the popular official tour of Cape Town and is enjoyed by visitors and locals alike.

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Groot Constantia

Legendary wine, dreamy vistas and, oh yes, South Africa's oldest wine estate. Deserving member of the Cape Town Big 6, Groot Constantia is a must-see for connoisseurs, romantics, fanatics and anyone with an undying passion for life.

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Cape Point

The most south-westerly tip of Africa, covered in endemic fynbos and home to breathtaking bays, beaches and rolling green hills and valleys, just 60km outside of Cape Town. Cape Point is an Executive Partner of Cape Town Tourism

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V&A Waterfront

This bustling shopping, dining and entertainment area flanking the Table Bay harbour is synonymous with a visit to Cape Town. The V&A Waterfront is an Executive Partner of Cape Town Tourism.

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Tsogo Sun

Stylishly grand and perfectly majestic, Southern Sun The Cullinan offers business and leisure travellers easy access to most of Cape Town’s exclusive business and leisure venues. Tsogo Sun is an Executive Partner of Cape Town Tourism.

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Cape Town Attractions

Architecture and Design

St George’s Cathedral and Groote Kerk

More fondly known as “the people’s cathedral”, St George’s Cathedral in Wale Street represents the Anglican diocese mother church in Cape Town.

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City Hall and Grand Parade

Cape Town’s City Hall was built in 1905 in Italian Renaissance style, and is one of the last Victorian-style sandstone structures in the Mother City. Despite showing its age, Cape Town’s iconic City Hall continues to be sought out by urban explorers.

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Beaches

Clifton

Home to Millionaire’s Row, fashionable Clifton is known as Cape Town’s St Tropez, and its four beautiful beaches attract holidaymakers in their droves.

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Camps Bay

Under the looming Twelve Apostles and Lion’s Head, with views out across the turquoise-coloured sea, Camps Bay sports some of the trendiest places in Cape Town to see and be seen.

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Culture & Heritage

City Hall and Grand Parade

Cape Town’s City Hall was built in 1905 in Italian Renaissance style, and is one of the last Victorian-style sandstone structures in the Mother City. Despite showing its age, Cape Town’s iconic City Hall continues to be sought out by urban explorers.

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Nature

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

Kirstenbosch is South Africa’s world-famous national botanical garden, set against the backdrop of Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak, and home to over 22 000 indigenous plants.

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West Coast Ostrich Show Ranch

For a tourism experience with a difference, visit the West Coast Ostrich Show Ranch. This family-owned ostrich business includes informative tours.

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Scenic Drives

Vergelegen wine estate

Although its translated name means “situated far away”, the Vergelegen wine estate, historical homestead and grounds are only a 40-minute drive from the Cape Town city centre, near the town of Somerset West.

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Wine farm restaurants, Morgenster olive oil

Enjoy a drive to a tasting experience with a difference, learn to cook African style and wash it all down with some delicious wine.

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