Cape Town City Guide

There aren’t many places in the world with the ability to effortlessly charm, inspire and truly move its visitors, but Cape Town manages to do it with ease – every time. The bustling beaches adorned with trend-setters, the unusually shaped mountains that frame the city, the captivating art and design scene and the epic fusion of cultures, tastes and styles make Cape Town the epitome of cosmopolitan lifestyle. It’s a city that utterly mesmerizes on every level, and we highly recommend you experience its enchanting flair.

Sights and activities, you should not leave Cape Town without seeing or doing:

Table Mountain. This gorgeous natural wonder can be best enjoyed by taking the cable car trip to its summit. From here you’re able to marvel at the gorgeous city below and the incredible beaches that lay at its foot.

Boulders Beach. You are spoilt for choice when it comes to breathtaking beaches – from Clifton to Camps Bay, Beta Beach and Big Bay. But one that offers an extraordinary experiential encounter is Boulders Beach. It’s riddled in penguins!

A Lion’s Head Hike. Lion’s head is a famous hiking spot for tourists and locals alike. It takes only an hour to hike up, and the views are jaw-dropping!

Zeitz Mocaa Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. The art and design scene in Cape Town has been internationally recognised and has won (more than once), design capital of the world.

Franschhoek Wine Valley. Franschhoek, which makes up part of the Western Cape wine route should not be missed. This small town has an incredible French flair – with some of the world’s best restaurants nestled in its valley.

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