The Best of Cape Town

Lying by the Western Cape in South Africa, Cape Town is a city to not just explore and enjoy but to fall in love with. It is one of the most sought out travel destinations not only in South Africa but that in the world. The charm lies in its harbour and cultural diversity. It is a vibrant and welcoming place which allows its visitors to explore the best of nature.

Cape Town The most famous attraction of the city is undoubtedly the magnificent Table Mountain. A bird’s eye view of the City bowl can be seen by catching a cable car up Table Mountain. District Six Museum and Robben Island are must visit to learn about South Africa’s rich past. Houses of Parliament, National Gallery, Iziko Planetarium and Iziko Museum too attract art and history enthusiasts from all over the world to the town. Visit the spectacular St. George’s cathedral that showcases Victorian-era design and take a contemplative walk through its labyrinth. Explore Italian renaissance style in the Cape Town’s city hall and through the Darling street facade. These are some of the fascinating attractions and you will surely be pleasantly surprised with the brilliant architectural arena around you in Cape Town.

Walk on the Camps Bay and enjoy the blend of energy and peace all together with the turquoise-coloured waters and people enjoying sports around. Discover trendy pubs and great restaurants though the Victorian Road. Traverse across the four Clifton beaches that are well-known for their beautiful white sands and Aquamarine. These beaches are just the spots to hit, if you’re into water sports and sports on the coast. Mountain Climbing, Deep Sea Diving, Bunge Jumping, Paragliding or Surfing this town promises adventure enthusiasts their dream adrenaline rush.

Cape Town Aeriel ViewFrom sipping the best tea in the Pink Palace to binging on spicy sea food in Nobu or Willoughby & Co, from tasting South Africa’s finest wines in Robertson or Montagu to enjoying Cape’s specialities in Bizerca Bistro or Kraal, Cape Town offers its visitors a chance to explore the continent’s unique tastes and flavours. The menu includes delicacies such as bobotie, oysters, potjiekos, mussels, prawns and snoek.

Cape Town’s flawless infrastructure and impeccable tourism industry caters to tourists world over. Brilliant beaches, breath-taking landscapes, and exquisite eating joints, this town is the perfect place to unwind, irrespective of the season.

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