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From the stunningly high Table Mountain to the sparkling blue surrounding the impressive waterfront, Cape Town is one of South Africa‘s most beautiful cities and one you do not want to miss out on. Few world cities can match Cape Town’s versatility. There is so much to do and see here that you need at least five days to take in this city’s beauty. It is the ultimate city for bon vivant and sports enthusiasts. Be careful not to lose your heart to this city; you won’t be the first.

Things to see and do in Cape Town

Table Mountain, Cape of Good Hope, and more

Wherever you are in Cape Town, the majestic, iconic shape of Table Mountain provides one of the world’s most impressive backdrops throughout the city. A trip to this South African city is not complete without a hike, or a more relaxed ride on the funicular, to the top, where the breathtaking views are known as some of the best in Africa.

Cape Town is primarily a popular destination for lovers of the great outdoors. A wild coastline surrounds the city. The sprawling Table Mountain National Park covers 75 per cent of the peninsula, meaning you can often encounter wildlife. Come face-to-face with African penguins at Boulders Beach, or keep your eyes peeled for baboons, antelopes or whales as you take one of the hiking trails at the Cape of Good Hope. You can also see more elegant natural beauty in the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden.

Saturday is always market day in Cape Town. The Oranjezicht Farmers Market (Granger Bay – Waterfront) is the best market, where you can enjoy delicious local specialities at dozens of artisan stalls. You can also buy all kinds of hip stuff and relax on the terrace in the sun, all with a beautiful sea view. Or head to the Old Biscuit Mill in hip Woodstock, surrounded by creative boutiques and interior stores.

Robben Island, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, and more

Learn about the city’s history at the Jewish Museum, the Slave Lodge and the South African Maritime Museum. Perhaps the most poignant story can be found on Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was held before apartheid was abolished.

The Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden is located on the outskirts of the city. A beautiful green place with hundreds of species of flowers and plants, an absolute pleasure to walk through. Be sure to walk through the scented garden, where you can feel the plants sniff their scents.

If you have limited time in Cape Town, put this at the top of your list: a mini road trip to the Cape of Good Hope. The road to the Cape of Good Hope is a sight to behold, especially if you choose Chapman’s Peak Drive, which was once voted one of the most beautiful roads in the world. A phenomenal coastal road that winds through the rocky landscape. You will come across dizzyingly beautiful places: magnificent views over Hout Bay and the pristine white beaches of Noordhoek and Platboom. The most charming spot of this mini road trip is Boulders Beach, a beach with beautiful round rocks. This beach has been claimed by a captivating penguin colony that has no intention of leaving. And the best part is: you can swim with them! So bring your bathing suit and hop into the water.

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Cape Town is the perfect destination if you’re looking for a long city trip. Cape Town International Airport is the international airport serving the city of Cape Town. It is the second busiest airport in South Africa. You can easily use public transport to find your way to the city centre. Find your tickets and book on this page. has the cheapest airline tickets to Cape Town and other parts of the world.

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