Cape Town Tourism
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This panoramic photograph of Cape Town city was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Francois Willemburg aka francoisNZ.
Photo courtesy MauritsV Cape Town Tourism is giving away two tickets to the J&B Met this Saturday. If you’re keen to attend South Africa’s most prestigious horse-racing event, all you have to do is leave a comment about your favourite colour below this blog. Make sure your comment is amusing and entertaining – as the best one will win!
This photograph of the first-ever soccer event at Cape Town Stadium was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Warren Rohner aka warrenski.
The J&B Met is a much-loved celebration of glamour and flair In keeping with this year’s J&B Met’s bold fashion theme, “In full colour”, Cape Town Tourism is giving away two free tickets to this Saturday’s (January 30, 2010) race, to the reader who leaves the wittiest comment about his/her favourite colour.
Last Thursday, January 21, 2010, saw the launch of Cape Town Tourism’s new-look Visitor Information Centre in Burg Street, in Cape Town’s city centre. The lavish event, attended by dignitaries and role-players in the tourism industry and the media, showcased the visitor centre’s stunning new look.
Cape Town soccer fans are very excited about seeing the likes of Christiano Ronaldo (above), during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, which starts in June. Photo courtesy vuhlser. Fans who attended the first ever soccer match at Cape Town Stadium on Saturday, said they were in awe of the majestic R4.5-billion construction, and were very excited to see some of world’s biggest stars play on it in the near future.
This photograph of a boy looking at a ragged tooth shark at the Two Oceans Aquarium was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Jaques de Vos aka Day Is Coming.
This photograph of the V&A Waterfront was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Sean Mcleod aka smac.pic.
The first ever soccer match at Cape Town Stadium took place between Santos and Ajax Cape Town on Saturday.
In an exciting inaugural match, Santos has stolen the first victory over rivals Ajax Cape Town in the history of the new Cape Town Stadium, in a penalty shootout following a goalless game.
I attended the first soccer game at the Cape Town Stadium. Santos was lucky to win the sudden death penalty shoot out. The game was played beneath an incredibly blue sky and a crowd of 20 000 jubilant spectators. The event went off without a hitch, and it was a privilege to be there on this historic day.
This photograph of a concert in Kirstenbosch, featuring popular South African band Freshly Ground, was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Jim Sher aka Blyzz.
Cape Town has a multitude of treasures to offer locals and visitors. The Two Oceans Aquarium is a perfect example.
This photograph of the V&A Waterfront at night was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member naneh.
The V&A Waterfront, photo courtesy slack12 South Africa has been listed as one of “The 31 Places to Go in 2010” by the New York Times for the second consecutive year. The list – which features other global hotspots such as Istanbul, Copenhagen and Sri Lanka – provides compelling reasons for visiting the country.
This photograph of Cape Town city at dusk was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member simon_lewis7.
Soccer fans at the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Final Draw The long-awaited 2010 is upon us and Cape Town is prepared – and excited – to welcome the world! Capetonians have put their hearts and souls into transforming an already fabulous city into a world-class tourist destination.
The new route takes runners over Red Hill and around Cape Point. Photo courtesy Clarissa de Wet Cape Town’s athletic set will take their mark on February 21, 2010 for the BDO Peninsula Marathon, to be held in Simon’s Town. Marathon runners will follow the picturesque “new route” – described by organisers as “scenic yet challenging” – which takes runners over Red Hill and around Cape Point.
This photograph of canoeists in Milnerton was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Louis Prinsloo.
Fish Hoek beach, photo courtesy Ian Junor It was quite weird and slightly frightening hearing about the shark attack on Fish Hoek beach. Six years ago I was in Perth when a shark appeared in the middle of a surfski school class. The last fatal shark attack on Fish Hoek beach had happened just weeks before, in November. I was shocked and surprised, as it was totally unexpected and out of the ordinary.
A view of Kenilworth Racecourse in Cape Town. Photo courtesy Gold Circle. The draw for next weekend’s J&B Met at Kenilworth was held today.
This photograph of a penguin posing for a tourist, was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Lauren Barkume.
This photograph of the V&A Waterfront was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Pierre van Eck aka pierrej7.
This photograph of a stunning sunset, taken from Big Bay Lifesaving Club, Blouberg, was captured by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Diane Stockell aka di-izzy, as she enjoyed sundowners at the club.
This photograph of Lion’s Head was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Rudolf Henning.
The Hinds brothers SA acoustic rock band Watershed will be performing at the Old Mutual Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts on March 28, 2010. Bring along a picnic basket and blanket and your preferred drinks. Some liquid refreshments will also be available on sale at the concert.
Bryan Habana (left) and Schalk Burger will be key to the Stormers 2010 Super 14 campaign. Photo courtesy jomike. The Cape Town Stadium Rugby Festival, which features a warm-up game for the Super 14 side the Vodacom Stormers, takes place on February 6, 2010.
The vuvuzela, much like the 1995 Rugby World Cup victory in South Africa, is a unifying force for South Africans. In the case of the vuvuzela, the common purpose appears to be blowing as loudly as possible into a plastic tube that, when played correctly, sounds like a sheep being “waterboarded” by a particularly enthusiastic US marine.