Cape Town City Travel Guide

© Ann Gadd

A Cape Town travel guide featuring the best attractions, activities and highlights that Cape Town has to offer. Get Inspired!

10 Reasons to Linger Longer in Cape Town

There are so many wonderful Cape Town attractions to enjoy and you are bound to find a festival or seasonal highlight to add to your experience - see 10 reasons to linger longer in Cape Town...more

A Long Walk to Freedom: Robben Island Prison Museum

This World Heritage Site has lived through some truly bleak times and for the most part it has been a place of isolation. Today, the Robben Island Prison Museum is a must-see...more

About Cape Town Suburbs and Areas

Cape Town, South Africa is one of the most visited cities in the world. Read on for your guide to Cape Town areas and suburbs, including the best Cape Town hotels and accommodation en route....more

Absolutely Everything You Need to Know About Cape Town

The city swells with the history, gastronomy, adrenaline, art and music of numerous cultures.Cape Town's centre lies beneath the world's most easily-recognised mountain...more

Adventure Sports and Activities around Cape Town

If you enjoy high adventure and adrenaline sports, you've come to the right place. Beside all the day trips, shopping and sightseeing available, there are number of adventure activities guaranteed...more

Cape Point Nature Reserve

While in Cape Town, the 40km drive or tour to Cape Point should be included in your itinerary. To arrive at Cape Point, travelers pass through the 7750-hectare plant rich expanse of the Cape of...more

Cape Town Activities for Families with Children

There are so many great activities for families with children in Cape Town that you can plan your days beautifully! Rain or shine, you'll find plenty to do. Here is a taster of what is on offer...more

Cape Town and Surrounding Areas

Within a 5 minute to 2 hour driving distance from Cape Town centre, there are a myriad of breathtaking destinations and interesting attractions. The surrounding areas of Cape Town also feature an interesting history...more

Cape Towns Best Beaches

Cape Town's Best Beaches - Going to the beach is one of Cape Town's favourite pastimes and there are so many to choose from that it can get confusing. This guide to the Cape's Best Beaches will...more

Cape Towns Top 10. Natural attractions and historical highlights

Visitors to Cape Town are spoilt for choice. With a wealth of natural attractions and historical highlights, it's often difficult to choose what to leave out. Here's a list of Top 10's to help you...more

Clifton Beach, Cape Town, South Africa

The scenic road hugs the mountain's rocky feet and gently meanders along the coast towards Clifton Beach, with its four sandy inlets. This is a very popular suburb, and visitors should plan...more

Community Based Township Tour by Bicycle

Visitors to Cape Town can now enjoy a community based Township Tour by bicycle. This hands-on, grassroots adventure offers wonderful encounters with residents...more

Discovering Hout Bay. Cape Town's Independent Republic

Hout Bay is said to be one of the most scenic coastal cliff drives, since it is especially winding, with a sheer drop to the sea. Described as an unusual road along a high and pictorial mountain...more

Guide to Dining in Cape Town

Often when you arrive in a new city it can be confusing to choose somewhere for dinner, especially with the wide variety of choice in Cape Town. This guide offers...more

Llandudno Beach, Cape Town, South Africa

The spectacular stretch of coastal road from Oudekraal to Llandudno is a declared marine reserve over weekends. It is also a popular diving spot. Often divers can be seen exploring the sea bed...more

Robben Island, World Heritage Site. Cape Town, South Africa

Among the many day trips you can take, the Robben Island trip remains a consistent favourite. Situated 10km (6.2 miles) offshore and notorious for its former role as a maximum-security political...more

Sea Point, Cape Town, South Africa

Sea Point is a densely populated suburb known for its many good restaurants and interesting shopping facilities. Along the beach itself, the pleasant promenade invites many visitors to walk, relax...more

Table Mountain. Cape Town heritage Site. South Africa

Experience the Cape's breathtaking scenery from a unique point of view. Take the cable car to the top of Table Mountain or take a beautiful hike....more

Top Picnic Spots in Cape Town

The Mother City is acknowledged as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. You can choose from a huge range of top picnic spots in Cape Town...more

Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town

The V&A Waterfront is a hot spot for all of your shopping and entertainment needs! Set amidst a maritime backdrop of modern ships and turn of the century sailing vessels, the V&A Waterfront provide...more
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