FeaturedIt’s July and while the days are colder, it’s certainly not a reason to stay indoors! There’s so much happening in Cape Town over this period. With our fantastic Hello Weekend campaign and thanks to our great partner Kulula.com, you can visit Cape Town this July from as little as R2 750.
Rob PetersPossessing an old school charm with a modern twist, Winchester Mansions in Sea Point is a Cape Town gem that is hidden in plain sight.
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This photograph, of a box jellyfish during a scuba diving expedition, was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Rochelle Harwin.
The FIFA Fan Fest at Grand Parade is now under construction. Photo courtesy Danie van der Merwe Construction has begun on Cape Town’s FIFA Fan Fest situated at the Grand Parade. When complete, the 25 413m2 area will serve as the city’s official entertainment hub for the duration of the soccer festival.
Cape Town Stadium. Photo courtesy Steve Crane Cape Town Stadium will no longer host Bafana Bafana and Colombia on May 27, after the South African Football Association (Safa) changed the venues for all three of the national team’s fixtures before the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.
Stormers captain, Schalk Burger (right) is popular with rugby fans all around South Africa. Photo courtesy Justin Hartman The Stormers have named an unchanged team for their Super 14 semi-final against The Waratahs at Newlands on Saturday, May 22.
This photograph, of a view of Cape Point’s coastline, was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Islandchic.
Cape Town Tourism’s YouTube channel now has 100 subscribers, who are enjoying fantastic videos featuring Cape Town’s sights and sounds.
Photo caption: This photo, taken by Travis Robertson, shows Cape Town Stadium from the outside. To get a 360° look at the stadium from the inside, visit innovative website, worldcupstadiums.in3sixty.com, which has released 360° views of all 2010 FIFA World Cup™ stadiums.
This photograph, of a pair of African penguins in Simon’s Town, was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Volker Hagen aka vgh.media.
Cape Town Tourism staff at Cape Town International Airport are waiting to greet you. Photo courtesy Tara Turkington Forget what you’ve heard about the exorbitant price of flights in South Africa during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ – you can still fly from Johannesburg to Cape Town next month for less than R800.
Table Mountain. Photo courtesy cdngrlnaomi Capetonians love their mountain. From the moment we open our eyes in the morning to the moment we close them at night, Table Mountain presiding over the Mother City is a compelling constant in our lives. We navigate with it when driving; look to it to determine what the weather is going to do that day; look up at the lights at night to confirm that load shedding is over and use the distance to the mountain when driving to gauge how much longer before we get home after work.
Photo © Cape Town Tourism The schools in Camps Bay are introducing a fundraising initiative to raise money for the African Brothers Football Academy from Imizamo Yethu in Hout Bay.
This photograph of the famous Slangkop Lighthouse at Kommetjie was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Chris Preen aka Frames-of-Mind.
Schalk Burger playing against The Blues at Newlands. Photo courtesy Gregor Rohrig There are only 20 000 tickets left for Saturday’s (May 22) Super 14 semi-final at Newlands, where the Stormers take on the Waratahs from Sydney, Australia. These tickets will go on sale on Tuesday (May 18) morning and are likely to sell out very quickly.
Cape Town Tourism has added a new video to its YouTube channel, featuring a photo collage of South African football fans, accompanied by an audio clip of a vuvuzela orchestra.
The amazing Cape Town Stadium. Photo courtesy smee.bruce Since South Africa was awarded the opportunity to host the World Cup, people across the world have panicked.
This photograph, of a pedestrian bridge that crosses the canal near the Canal Walk Shopping Centre, was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Hendrik Groenewald aka hgroenewald.
Prime Circle. Photo courtesy Steve Crane The music of South Africa is as diverse as the colours of her rainbow nation. From hip-hop to hard rock and electro-jazz to Afro-fusion, traditional genres have been melded to create unique sounds that reflect the influence of her multi-cultural peoples.
This photograph of Constantia Vineyards in autumn was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Trevor aka Trevor Exposed.
Nelson Mandela. Photo courtesy United Nations Photo The transcript of a speech by Nelson Mandela, which was read out at the FIFA World Cup™ Final Draw in Cape Town, has been released by the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
This photograph of the Slangkop Lighthouse at Kommetjie was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Dom Wills aka domonFire.
Cape Town Stadium. Photo courtesy Warren Rohner Cape Town Stadium will host its first international match on May 27, when Bafana Bafana play Colombia.
The Proteaceae family is virtually endemic to the Cape Floral Kingdom. This flower family can be found growing and blooming naturally on Table Mountain and other surrounding areas in the Cape. Unique to South Africa, the King Protea is the national flower of South Africa and forms part of the national rugby, cricket and soccer team emblems.
This photograph of a mystical view of Table Mountain from Blouberg was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Marc De Vries.
Thierry Henry. Photo courtesy Liam d’Noit The provisional squads for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ were announced yesterday, as kickoff fast approaches.
This photograph, of a woman walking after shopping at Greenmarket Square, was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Collins Gituma aka CollinsMphotography.
Photo courtesy mickeymox Africa is a continent steeped in tradition and South Africa is a veritable melting pot of customs, beliefs and, of course, fashion. If you’re visiting this country or continent for the first time, as a football fan coming to watch your team compete in the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, prepare to be bombarded by culture and inundated with extremes.
City of Cape Town Alderman Felicity Purchase, Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Development and Tourism, launched the new Rail and Ride project at an informal function at the INDABA 2010 in Durban. The launch was held at the Cape Town Tourism stand on Sunday, May 9, and formed part of Cape Town Tourism’s activities to promote the city to attendees of one of the largest annual tourism marketing events on the African calendar.
This photograph, of jellyfish at the Two Oceans Aquarium, was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Shaun Savage.
Grand Parade and City Hall. Photo courtesy coda Cape Town will host the “biggest party ever” on June 10, the evening before the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ begins, Executive Mayor Alderman Dan Plato announced during today’s 30 Days to Kick-off celebrations at City Hall.