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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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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Cape Town Attractions

Edith Stephens Wetland Park

The Edith Stephens Wetland Park is a place where the natural biodiversity of the Cape Flats and the needs of the local communities are brought together.

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False Bay

False Bay has one of the Cape Peninsula’s most tranquil and picturesque stretches of coastline. Known for its scenic beauty, it encompasses small seaside villages from Hangklip, near Pringle Bay, to Cape Point.

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Fish Hoek

Fish Hoek is a quaint coastal town set between ocean and mountain at the mouth of the Silvermine River on the False Bay side of the Cape Peninsula.

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Fish Hoek Man

There are some very old residents in Cape Town’s coastal village, Fish Hoek, which lies in a valley on the False Bay side of the Cape Peninsula. There’s one particular resident who’s been around for the past 12 000 years!

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Fynbos and the Cape Floral Kingdom

Fynbos: — n
“a type of vegetation unique to the Mediterranean-climate region of southern and southwestern South Africa, characterized by evergreen hard-leaved shrubs and almost no trees”. Meaning “fine bush”, fynbos is a unique and strikingly beautiful group of flora endemic to a small section of the Western Cape of South Africa.

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Giraffe House Wildlife Awareness Centre

Not planning your safari for this trip to Cape Town?  Well fear not, there is a solution on offer just a short drive from the city that will allow you to fulfill many of your African wildlife needs.

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Gold of Africa Museum

The address 96 Strand Street, Cape Town, is better known as the Gold of Africa Museum, which is dedicated to preserving the ancient art of African goldsmithing while simultaneously inspiring contemporary design.

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Gordon’s Bay

Gordon’s Bay is a harbour town with excellent beaches, which lies against the Helderberg.

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Groot Constantia Wine Estate

For traditional Cape food, to experience the early history of the city, and sample fine wines, then a visit to Groot Constantia is a must. The beautifully preserved manor house has been turned into a museum.

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Gugulethu

Gugulethu is a colourful, vibrant and lively township on the outskirts of the city, home to many of the city’s working population.

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Heart of Cape Town Museum

The Heart of Cape Town Museum honours those who played a major role in one of the greatest moments in medical history – the world’s first heart transplant.

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Helderberg Wine Route

The Helderberg region has its own wine route which incorporates more than 20 wine estates.

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Helderberg Wine Route

Enjoy a sumptious lunch and a glass of fine wine on the slopes of the Helderberg. The Helderberg, close to Somerset West, boasts one of Cape Town’s newest wine routes.

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Heritage Museum

The Heritage Museum in Simon’s Town tells the very personal story of a Cape Malay family adversely affected by the draconian laws of South Africa’s apartheid past, as well as outlining the arrival of their ancestors in the country and an exploration of the early slave trade.

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Het Posthuys and Rhodes Cottage Museum – Muizenberg

The “historical mile”, set along Muizenberg’s Main Road, includes the Het Posthuys Museum and Rhodes Cottage.

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Historic buildings and architecture in Cape Town

As the oldest city in South Africa, Cape Town boasts a number of historical buildings, many of which are still in use today and open to visitors. The city’s architecture is a testament to the many varying influences in South Africa’s unique history.

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Hout Bay

Scenic Hout Bay is a lively coastal town with a lovely swimming beach and a picturesque harbour where you can buy the best fish and chips in the world.

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Intaka Island

The word “intaka”, which means “bird” in isiXhosa, is a fitting name for an island that offers a safe haven to many feathered species.

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Irma Stern Museum

Anyone who knows anything about South African art will be well acquainted with the works of Irma Stern. A prolific Expressionist painter, Stern achieved fame as an artist in South Africa and abroad in the early 20th century through her striking figures, portraits, landscapes, still lifes and ceramics.

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Iziko Museums

The Iziko Museums of Cape Town are an amalgamation of national museums located near the city centre, along what has been dubbed the “Museum Mile”.

Iziko is an isiXhosa word meaning “a hearth” – the traditional centre of the home where families would get together to share oral histories. The Iziko Museums continue in this vein, with 12 museums across three spheres – natural history, social history and arts – coming together to share and celebrate Cape Town’s and South Africa’s heritage.

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