Cape Town Attractions

Cape Town Diamond Museum

Diamonds were formed three billion years ago by molecular-changing heat of around 1 300 °C, deep within the Earth’s crust. If you didn’t know that, then you have not been to the Cape Town Diamond Museum.

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Cape Town Holocaust Centre

The Cape Town Holocaust Centre is the first and only Holocaust Centre to be established in Africa.

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Cape Town shipwrecks

From the days when Portuguese explorers rounded the Cape in their wooden galleons to modern-day shipping, the aptly named “Cape of Storms” has claimed many a vessel.

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Castle Military Museum

The Castle Military Museum is housed in the oldest building in South Africa, the Castle of Good Hope. It is a tribute to the brave regiments of the past, providing an insight into the political history of the country and celebrating the rich military history of the Cape.

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Chapman’s Peak and Noordhoek

Chapman’s Peak Drive winds its way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay and is touted as one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world.

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Chavonnes Battery Museum

The Chavonnes Battery Museum celebrates the life, death and rebirth of Cape Town’s oldest major fortification after the Castle of Good Hope.

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Church Square and the Slave Lodge

Church Square and Slave Lodge, at the top corner of Adderley Street, bear witness to the turbulent past of the Cape of Good Hope.

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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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City Sightseeing Bus Tours

The open-top double-decker buses of City Sightseeing are one of the best ways to take in the highlights of Cape Town!

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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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Company’s Garden

Spend some time exploring the Company’s Garden. Access to the public park, which contains a rose garden, Japanese garden, fish pond, aviary and tea garden, is free.

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Constantia vineyards

The elegant suburb of Constantia is situated in the Cape’s oldest winelands and is home to renowned wine estates and numerous award-winning restaurants.

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Constantia Wine Route

Constantia Valley is the oldest wine-growing area in Southern Africa and features superb wine estates, fantastic shopping opportunities and a variety of excellent restaurants.

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Constantia Wine Valley

The Constantia Valley boasts outstanding award-winning resturants, five star hotels and a golf course.

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Crayfish, mussels and seafood

Cape Town is, without doubt, a seafood-lover’s haven. From choice Cape West Coast lobsters (crayfish), to fresh fish and mussels, seafood restaurants are as plentiful as the kelp fronds that line the seashore.

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Creative Cape Town

Breathe in the heady scent of flowers, soak up some live music, eyeball the best designers’ work and buy some art in Cape Town.

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Dick Dent Bird Sanctuary

The Dick Dent Bird Sanctuary is located in a natural wetland populated with waterfowl, migrant waders and Ethiopian snipe.

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District Six Museum

The District Six Museum revives the history of a vibrant community that was forcibly removed to the city’s periphery during apartheid.

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Durbanville

Boasting several shopping centres, Durbanville, north of Cape Town, is one of the fastest-growing towns in South Africa with a plethora of restaurants, pubs, guest houses and bed and breakfasts to suit your needs.

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Durbanville Rose Garden

When blooms on thousands of rose bushes in Cape Town’s Durbanville Rose Garden unfurl their tender petals to the warming sun, the profusion of colour makes for a truly beautiful and uplifting spectacle.

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