Cape Town Tourism - Table Mountain

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Adventure Cape Town

Adventurers and adrenalin junkies are spoilt for choice when visiting Cape Town. Here are just a few heart-thumping activities for you to try out and review.

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Budget Cape Town

Cape Town’s prices compare favourably with those of other top international destinations. Accommodation in the city centre can cost as little as R120 per night, while you can get a sit-down breakfast from R20 and a pint of beer for even less.

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Business Cape Town

Cape Town is not just a holiday destination. The city hosts more international conferences than any other city in Africa and as a result, it has a strong knowledge economy.

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Cape Town Wine Routes

Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town city centre, the wine routes offer cultural and agricultural heritage, beautiful undulating vineyards, as well as excellent wines and an inviting mix of restaurants.

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Creative Cape Town

Cape Town is widely recognised as a cool, creative city. It is home to the Design Indaba, the Cape Town International Jazz Festival, Infecting the City, the Cape Town Festival and several other major events and public art festivals and has been named as the World Design Capital 2014. In the city centre alone, there are over 1 000 design entities, many of them small and entrepreneurial.

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Gay Cape Town

Cape Town, the sparkling jewel at the southern tip of the African continent, is famous for its vibrant gay scene. With countless gay and gay-friendly bars, restaurants, coffee shops and hotels popping up, the Mother City is fast becoming a favourite destination on many a gay traveller’s list.

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Gourmet Cape Town

Cape Town boasts no fewer than five S. Pelligrino Top 100 Restaurants: Jardine’s, Le Quartier Francais, La Colombe, Aubergine and Rust-en-Vrede. However, the range and inspiration of Cape Town cuisine is diverse and exciting – a never-ending landscape for foodies to explore.

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Historic Cape Town

Cape Town is rich in history. From the landing of Dutch pioneers in 1652 to the release of Nelson Mandela in 1991, countless historic events have unfolded in the Mother City.

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Sustainable Cape Town

Known around the globe as a place of beauty, Cape Town has exceptional diversity in a small geographical area. The sheer economic value of Cape Town’s natural heritage is driven largely by its importance to tourism. With a significant park such as Table Mountain National Park running through the centre of the city (and indeed the greater Cape Peninsula), natural biodiversity is a birthright of all Capetonians and a marvel that is appreciated and admired by visitors. Cape Town is globally recognised as one of the world's most sustainable tourism destinations, and has received many awards in this area.

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