Cape Town, one of the most beautiful cities in the world boasts Table Mountain in the background, the Atlantic in the foreground and the bustling city in between. As with all great cities, Cape Town has something to offer everyone.
The city center has a variety of attributes, thanks to its founders, as is evident in its museums and architecture. The legacy of its apartheid policy is also seen in areas such as the Bo Kaap and District Six. In stark contrast, the modern waterfront development, The Victoria and Albert (V&A;), built around a working harbor, is one of the country’s most popular tourist attractions and offers hours of inquisitive meandering.
Join a luxury sun downer cruise, or a tour to Robben Island where former President Nelson Mandela was imprisoned. Visit the world-class aquarium, shop for antiques and local bargains, enjoy fine cuisine, or the vividness of surround-sound and a 5-storey screen at the Imax theater.
The choice is yours as to whether you take one of the many energetic hiking routes up or opt for a more leisurely ascent by cable car. Either way the view is stunning.