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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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

Silvermine Nature Reserve

Silvermine Nature Reserve forms part of the Table Mountain National Park and encapsulates part of the Cape Peninsula mountain range, from Kalk Bay through to Constantiaberg.

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Simon’s Town

This pretty coastal town is South Africa’s main naval base and consists of lovely Victorian buildings, quaint streets and walkways and a fascinating history.

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Somerset West

Surrounded by orchards, farmlands and vineyards, the scenic suburb of Somerset West lies at the foot of the Helderberg mountains.

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South African Jewish Museum

It took four years, from planning to construction, before the South African Jewish Museum was officially opened by Nelson Mandela in December 2000.

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South African National Gallery

The South African National Gallery, in the Company’s Garden, forms part of the Iziko Museums in Cape Town.

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South African Naval Museum

Located in historical Simon’s Town, the South African Naval Museum is a must-visit attraction for anyone interested in maritime history.

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Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (SANCCOB)

Since 1968 more than 85 000 seabirds have been taken in and treated by the dedicated staff at Cape Town’s Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (SANCCOB).

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Southern Suburbs

The Southern Suburbs are a tourist’s delight. The area, which stretches from the slopes of the Table Mountain range to the False Bay coast, offers natural attractions and a vibrant nightlife.

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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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St James

Just a little further on from Cape Town’s well-known Muizenberg beach is St James. Home to a cluster of well-known and oft-photographed bathing boxes on the beach, St James is a picturesque area that offers beachgoers respite from the westerly wind.

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Steenberg Vineyards

Steenberg Vineyards is the oldest farm in the Constantia Valley and has been redeveloped into a five-star estate, complete with a golf course and hotel.

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Stellenbosch Wine Routes

Welcome to the Stellenbosch American Express® Wine Routes, one of the biggest tourist attractions in the Western Cape.

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Strand

With its beautiful white 5km-long beach, the Strand is an ideal family venue for swimming, sunbathing and a variety of water sports.

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Swartland Wine Route

The warm and welcoming Swartland area of the Western Cape encompasses a uniquely diverse geographic region, from the undulating hills of the Paardeberg in the south to the rolling waters of the Berg River in the north.

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Table Mountain

Looming large and welcoming you to Cape Town, whether you are arriving by plane, train, boat or automobile, is the iconic Table Mountain, one of the 7Wonders of Nature.

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The Castle of Good Hope

The Castle of Good Hope – the oldest building in South Africa – was once a fort, but today functions as a showcase of the Cape’s early days.

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The River Club Golf & Conference Centre

The River Club Golf and Conference Centre is the perfect combination of leisure and business. Recently acquired by the innovative team who brought you The Old Biscuit Mill, The Woodstock Exchange and the Daddy Hotels,  The River Club has had an exciting make-over and a new look is ready to be revealed. The River Club is back on the map and open for business. Conveniently located just 10 minutes from Cape Town central or Claremont, The River Club also offers plenty of safe parking.

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The Western Cape Provincial Archives and Records Service

The Western Cape Provincial Archives and Records Service, which aims to “foster a national identity and the protection of rights”, is located at 72 Roeland Street in Cape Town.

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The World of Birds

The largest bird park in Africa, Hout Bay’s World of Birds fits neatly into a valley that provides a perfect sanctuary for a four-hectare series of aviaries.

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