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Simply called the City Centre by Capetonians, Cape Town's CBD reflects what this awesome city is really about. Central Cape Town has all the vibe you want and more – fabulous parties, nightlife, restaurants, shopping, theatres, numerous galleries and amazing cultural attractions. Long Street is... Read more

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Beautiful city - It's a very beautiful and friendly city. I would definitely recommend for any one. Everything you may need is around you. Going to tourist destination is not a hustle. "My citi" bus tops it all off

moseki sekati
South Africa

Central convenience - Cape Town is always the best. We were close to everything. (A woman is at her happiest if she can go shopping without any hassles.)

Edna Buys
South Africa

Argus Cycle Tour visit - We loved Cape Town! It’s a well-maintained, clean city and has a great public transport system. The Argus Cycle Race was well organised. Johannesburg's City Council should go there for a few days and learn how to manage a city.

Belynda Nauschutz
South Africa

Bustling vibrancy - Unlike many other South African cities, Cape Town's city center is relatively safe, clean and full of fantastic places of interest. Take a stroll through these historical streets and you'll find a myriad of small shops, restaurants, and attractions. Popular features include the lovely company gardens, the historical Castle of Good Hope, Iziko Museum of Natural History, and Greenmarket Square. Everything that you'll want to see and do in Cape Town will mostly be here, or very close by.

Michael Hanslo
South Africa

History of City of Cape Town - First, Cape Town is the city in the world with the most recorded history IN THE WORLD! I want to believe that very few locals and visitors new that Cape Town got it's own river, running through the city. From the first maps to the current maps, a river, running through the area called 'The Gardens'. The oldest statue in SA, of Sir Grey, is in this gardens, behind the SA Library, and in this library is a copy of four 'first folio's' of Shakespear. The oldest and shortest mountain pass is 'Grey's Pass', at the top of Oueen Victoria Road, running on the side of the gardens. On the maps still a 'mountain pass'. Golden Acre in Adderley Street is the oldest shopping centre in SA. Table Mountain is officially one of the Natural Wonders of the world. And about gardens: Kirstenbosch Gardens is one of the eight most beautiful gardens in the world. The heart transplant at Groote Schuur Hospital was Dr Chris Barnard's first in the world. The Noongun is the oldest tradition in SA, fired twelve o'clock every day, exept Sundays. At first it was fired at one o'clock from the Castle, to announce the time to the city and ships, then moved to Signal Hill. The Castle of Good Hope in the city, is the oldest building in SA. We have the olest mosque in Dorp Street. Heritage Square got the oldest grape producing vine in SA, they harvest enough grapes to produce about twenty bottles of wine. The cement dolosse at the breakwater side of the Waterfront, got global patent rights. Cape Town, with our eleven official languages, are a vibrant city, many day-tours, exiting sites to visit, and being in the hospitality industry myself, all visitors are sad to go and exited to be back soon. Every day a city to enjoy!

Charl Friar
South Africa
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  • Long Street Long Street

    Popular Attraction in
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    Vibrant and hip Long Street is the main street to party or chill out in Cape Town’s trendy City Bowl....
  • The Waiting Room The Waiting Room

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    You'll have to look for an unmarked door and walk up an inconspicuous staircase to successfully find The...
  • Zula Sound Bar Zula Sound Bar

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    Zula Sound Bar mixes the finest music with live theatre and dance. Add a sprinkling of poetry, and Cape...
  • Abseil Africa Abseil Africa

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    Step off the top, at 1000 metres above sea level, and Abseil into pure vertical space. This is the...
  • Book Lounge Book Lounge

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    The Book Lounge is an independent bookshop in the Eastern Precinct of Cape Town City Centre. We opened...
  • Castle of Good Hope Castle of Good Hope

    Popular Attraction
    1.0km from City Centre

    A unique combination of cultural and military history, exhibitions and military ceremonies awaits you at...
  • The Rainbow Experience The Rainbow Experience

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    There's a new retail destination on the Mother City skyline Mover and shaker of the South African events...
  • Tjing Tjing Tjing Tjing

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    Tjing Tjing is unique in many ways, located in the trendy and vibrant urban area of Cape Town...
  • Iziko Planetarium Iziko Planetarium

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    The Iziko Planetarium is housed in the South African Museum building in Cape Town. The venue is a round...
  • District Six Museum District Six Museum

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    District Six was the name of the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town, established in 1867. The museum...
  • Fireman's Arms Fireman's Arms

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    Established back in 1864, Fireman’s Arms is one of the oldest pubs in Cape Town, supplying a variety of...
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City Centre Restaurants

  • Addis in Cape Addis in Cape

    Ethiopian Restaurant in
    City Centre

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    Traditional Ethiopian dishes are the order of the day at Addis in Cape. Brilliant service enhances the...
  • Savoy Cabbage Savoy Cabbage

    Fine Dining Restaurant in
    City Centre

    An exciting menu that changes on a daily basis and superb attention to detail are just two reasons as...
  • Masala Dosa Masala Dosa

    Indian Restaurant in
    City Centre

    Delicious Indian cuisine with a conscience – Masala Dosa proffers healthy Indian dishes at great...
  • Africa Cafe Africa Cafe

    African Restaurant in
    City Centre

    An unforgettable African banquet awaits you at Africa Cafe. With a menu that changes according to...
  • Fior Fiore Fior Fiore

    Italian Restaurant in
    City Centre

    A vibrant spot on bustling Long Street, Fior Fiore is a great place for perfect thin crust pizzas and...
  • The Crypt The Crypt

    Restaurant in
    City Centre

    The birth of The CRYPT Jazz Restaurant is the realization of a dream shared by five people, all of whose...
  • Fork Fork

    Contemporary Restaurant in
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    For truly tasty tapas, Fork is the place to be. We offer an incredible variety of tapas is available,...
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    Squeezed between the V&A Waterfront, City Centre and Bo-Kaap, the trendy suburb of De Waterkant has...
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    2.7km from City Centre

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    Nestled between Signal Hill and the Atlantic Ocean, Sea Point is a highly popular and sought-after...
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  • V and A Waterfront V and A Waterfront

    2.1km from City Centre

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    Lying west of the industrial Duncan Dock, the V&A Waterfront is Cape Town's original Victorian harbour....
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