Lions Head and Cape Town


Cape Town – Things to do

Cape Town Attractions

Table Mountain

As South Africa's most iconic landmark, millions of people catch the aerial cableway to the top of Table Mountain every year to enjoy the stunning views and amazing sights from the summit.

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V&A Marina Cape Town

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

In its harbour setting opposite Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront is Cape Town's tourism centre, where the old historical harbour town meets modern shopping, fine dining and leisure.

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Bo Kaap District Cape Town

The Bo-Kaap

Cape Town is a colourful city but the Bo-Kaap is its most vibrant neighbourhood, with brightly painted houses, cafes, shops and plenty of cultural heritage to discover.

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The Woodstock Old Biscuit Mill

You can find the Old Biscuit Mill in the centre of Woodstock, Cape Town. Locals come here to get their home-grown produce from the farm stalls, purchase local arts and crafts from the day and night markets, take part in different workshops and eat in mouth-watering restaurants.

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Boulders Beach

Boulders Beach is the place to go, to get to know the friendly African penguins who have made the granite boulders and ancient landscape their home.

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Robben Island Cape Town

Robben Island

Known for being the location of 18 years of Nelson Mandela's imprisonment, Robben Island is now a World Heritage site and is open daily for visitors to explore. Ferries to this historic island run from the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront several times a day.

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Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

Sitting at the foot of Table Mountain is the stunning UNESCO Word Heritage site, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden. These picturesque gardens are perfect for an afternoon out of the city – immerse yourself in the natural forest and indigenous plants, wildlife and birds.

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