Travelling by bus
Cape Town has a dedicated bus service to help you make your way around Cape Town with minimum fuss.
One of the best ways to see Cape Town’s landmarks, especially if you have limited time, is to make use of the City Sightseeing Bus, which has three routes to choose from – a city tour, mini-peninsula tour and a wine tour.
These tours are set up so that you can get off at various points and choose how much time you want to spend there before catching the next bus. While in transit, you can listen to recorded commentary in six different languages, providing interesting information about the landmarks along the way.
Browse our tour operator database for more bus tour options.
For more information, contact Cape Town Tourism on +27 21 487 6800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To commute around the city centre and out to Table View, Blaauwberg and Parklands and the Atlantic Seaboard. You can catch the MyCiTi bus from various points. Please note that you will need to purchase a ‘myconnect’ bus card from the main station at the Civic Centre in Hertzog Boulevard or participating retailers in the area. For a full list please visit the MyCiTi website. The card costs R35 and you will need to load it with travel credit.
For more information about the MyCiti bus routes and prices:
Contact MyCiti on 800 65 64 63 (available 24/7) or visit the MyCiti website.
The MyCiti bus service does not operate in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, so the Golden Arrow bus services will be your best option if you are looking to travel into those areas by bus.
Golden Arrow Bus Service is a popular means of transport, used by the public.