Some of the world’s most majestic sights and vibrant tourist attractions are to be found in Cape Town, also widely known for its rich ethnic and cultural mix and the friendliness of its people.
The top attractions include going up the iconic Table Mountain; shopping at the V&A Waterfront; visiting the Two Oceans Aquarium; taking a boat ride out to Robben Island; driving to Cape Point; seeing South Africa’s floral diversity at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens; touring the winelands; visiting the city’s numerous museums; taking a tour to one of the townships, and just walking around and exploring the city.
Cape Town also has a vibrant cultural life, encompassing all types of entertainment, attractions and shopping.
This includes numerous bars and clubs which feature different types of live music; many different theatres; art galleries; museums; cinemas and other distractions.
The City of Cape Town’s Visitor Strategy is recognised by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation as the world’s best.
To find out more about the many things to see and do during your stay in Cape Town, contact the City’s official tourism bureau, Cape Town Tourism.
Its comprehensive website www.capetown.travel has user-friendly touch-points which allow online visitors to explore Cape Town through the social media landscape.
A dedicated 2010 FIFA World Cup portal www.capetown.travel/2010 assists visitors in planning their visit at this time.
Cape Town Tourism is contactable at +27 21 487 6800 or email@example.com
Click here to view the "2010 Fan Map" at the Cape Town tourism website.