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Of course, if you're on your way to Cape Town, you probably already know all about Table Mountain. This world-famous attraction is not to be missed!
With wonders such as Two Oceans Aquarium and Castle of Good Hope, there will never be a boring moment in this metropolis. When you're done exploring those, push on to Greenmarket Square and the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
A wise man once said, "Art, in itself, is an attempt to bring order out of chaos." Admire the intriguing works at South African National Gallery, and take a couple of minutes to envisage the story of each piece. There's an excellent range of things to do in this destination. Throughout the years, people have built towering edifices for many different reasons. Come and learn about the history behind Clock Tower — you can't miss it! Still have some time on your hands? Burn off yesterday's dessert and get some fresh air by walking to the top of Signal Hill. Be sure to keep a lookout for native wildlife too.
Travel isn't just about famous destinations and dazzling hotels. It's about the experiences you have and the unforgettable memories you collect on the way!
Kick-start your trip to Cape Town by trying out a few of these things to do:
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While Cape Town does have around 377 properties to pick from, it's always better to book a room beforehand. Unsure where to begin? Expedia is here to help with your cheap holiday or luxury getaway.
Cape Town's premium options such as the Ellerman House (180 Kloof Road Bantry Bay) and the Ivory Sands Villa (2 First Beach) are sure to delight the most discerning guests. If you don't feel like shelling out such big bucks, why not spend your nights somewhere less expensive? Try the Cape Town Beachfront Apartments At Leisure Bay (3 Fourjays Road) or The Backpack - Hostel (74 New Church Street).
There's nothing like coming in to land at Cape Town International Airport (CPT) after a long, cramped flight. Once you've secured your luggage and stretched your limbs, you'll be just 11 miles (18 km) from Cape Town's heart.
The location of the hotel is great and the staff could not have been more helpful
Honestly for the price i paid i did not expect much, im easy but difficult to please. This hotel exceeded all my expectations. My room was just what i needed neither too big nor too small, the breakfast was amazing i had so many options to choose from and i loved that, room service was great, the ...
Excellent location (close to the airport). Very friendly, helpful staff!
really enjoyed our stay , clean nice rooms , staff was very friendly and a good location close to everything
Great hotel. Modern and clean. Everthing you need for first night in a goreign country
everyone that works at the hotel is very friendly and outgoing. Also very helpful with directions, suggestions for shopping and dining and transportation
It was a fab location and the staff and service was the best i have ever had.. so friendly The hotel is in need of a revamp as some part are tired
Hotel is not what it seems: It is located on the wharf, not the waterfront. There is lots of shipping activity directly across the street, so the harbor view rooms can be noisy, which is why they charge more for the "mountain view", which is really a view of other buildings. The internet is not good, ...