Cape Town has over 300 kilometres of coastline, including two of the largest bays in South Africa – Table Bay and False Bay – and some of the world’s most beautiful beaches.
Our nature reserves protect and conserve our city’s natural areas and biodiversity heritage as well as offering both recreational and educational activities.
The V&A Waterfront offers everything from hotels, retail districts, extensive dining, leisure and entertainment facilities. Its many heritage sites and tourism landmarks make it both exceptional and unique.
The Old Biscuit Mill is home to dynamic office spaces, a range of workshops and designer stores, decadent restaurants, food stalls as well as an inspiring line-up of day and night-markets, festivals and productions.
Our city is a creative hub with a great amount of arts, heritage and cultural sites, activities and opportunities for all. We boast world-class dance, drama and music, as well as visual arts, crafts, design and written and spoken literature
Robben Island, the unique symbol of “the triumph of the human spirit over adversity, suffering and injustice” with a rich 500 year old multi-layered history. The Island is a World Heritage Site and museum with Island tours that operate from Monday to Sunday from 9:00am to 3:00pm.
getting around the city
In Cape Town there are a number of public transport options on our roads to get you around the city. Our bus systems are reliable and efficient and serve the needs of thousands of commuters and visitors.
Trains are a cheap form of public transport. They are also a greener option because they can transport many people, cutting down on emissions released from cars. Metrorail is the Western Cape’s train provider.
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