Spectacular Views of Cape Town. The main feature of Table Mountain is a level plateau approximatel...
A monument to the development of democracy and equality. Robben Island was used at various times b...
Culture, Cuisine and fantastic shopping opportunities edit. The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is on...
The most charming way to familiarise yourself with Africa's culinary wealth. Firstly, small porti...
Here you can keep your feet dry while wandering through the iridescent underwater worlds of the I...
Right in the heart of Cape Town, this award-winning boutique hotel is situated in the elegant Her...
Every tourist arrives here at some stage because it's really nice on Greenmarket Square. The vend...
The park in the middle of the city is an enchanting oasis in which tourists stroll and Cape Towne...
The five-sided fort is in the middle of the city. It is South Africa's oldest colonial building. ...
This small museum, housed in the Methodist Church, is one of Cape Town’s most powerful exhibition...
One of Cape Town's leading galleries with works by established South African and international ar...
The museum lies in the Cape muslim district Bo-Kaap and is housed in the living rooms of a house ...
For a good 150 years Jewish immigrants from all over the world and their descendants have been ha...
City Hall, built in 1905 in Italian Renaissance style now houses the municipal library and a conc...
The only museum worldwide that is exclusively dedicated to African gold. In short courses visitor...
The city’s most established museum. The oldest museum in southern Africa was established way back ...
Adjoining Company's Garden is the South African Public Library, which opened in 1818. It is the c...
The church, built at the beginning of the 20th century, is less famous for its Neo-Gothic archite...
The museum is among the most famous in the country. It has its collection of European and African...
At the narrow entrance to the Alfred Basin, on the Berties Landing side, is the original Clock To...
Cape Town Tourism The Pinnacle, corner of Burg and Castle streets, T021-487 6800, www.tourismcape...
Popular good-value breakfast and lunch spot on busy Kloof St, good salads, pasta and more substan...
Not a real insider tip anymore, but despite the many tourists a lot of the locals also come here ...
The restaurant is Ginja's little sister. The furnishings are modern and the atmosphere is cooler ...
Great Thai restaurant serving mouth-watering stir-fries, well known for its spicy curries with co...
Particularly full at the weekends with fans of unusual burgers.
The Auwal Mosque, alternatively spelled Awwal, Owal or Owwal, is a mosque in the Bo-Kaap neighbou...
The place in Cape Town to buy African music. If you have heard an African melody or song somewher...
A colourful sea of flowers in the city centre. For over 100 years red roses have been competing w...
The restaurant in the shopping centre is very inviting for a break.Mo - Fr: 09:00 - 18:00, Sa: ...
To the south of the hotel is Nobel Square www.nobelsquare.com, which was opened on 16 December 20...
Historic pub set in what was Cape Town’s first fire station built in 1864, still complete with fi...
The little market, which comprises just a few stalls, is directly on Long Street. You can get 196...
This early 19th-century red-brick Georgian House has a distinctly English feel to it. The buildin...
South Africa's oldest church was completed for the first time in 1704 and had been renovated and ...
South Africa's second oldest mosque is known for the palm tree in front of the door. According to...
The little house, from the early 18th century, gives visitors the opportunity to get an impressio...
The city's only Vietnamese restaurant. The huge glass façade means you can enjoy a great view of ...
The city's best curry restaurant. You'll feel like you're sitting in the middle of Delhi.
Besides the meals, the country's most comprehensive wine menu with 600 wines is offered (over 100...
Excellent seafood in a harmonious, contemporary atmosphere with a great view of the waterfront. M...