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Cape Town Tourism

Attractions in Cape Town, South Africa and surroundings

Robben IslandRobben Island – Victoria and Alfred waterfront

Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is Cape Town's most modern shopping area. It is located in the old port, which was built in the 1860s. It offers a plethora of chic boutiques and fast food outlets. The Two Oceans Aquarium, with a sample of the Atlantic and Indian Ocean rich marine life, can be found here.

The excursion boats to Robben Island can be found here.



Cape of Good HopeCape of Good Hope

Visitors here can choose to visit traditional tourist destinations such as Table Mountain, Cape of Good Hope, Robben Island and all the wine districts. Good Hope also offers everything from adventure sports to champagne cruises.

Browse among the tourist information in the Clock Tower at Waterfront. Take a guided tour to the townships, to experience "the other side" of South Africa.



View from Table MountainTable Mountain

Table Mountain is a must-see for tourists! Cable cars are available to take visitors on a scenic ride up the mountain for a breathtaking view of Cape Town. This hot spot is busy with locals and tourists alike, but it's worth finding your way through the crowds!

View from Table Mountain





Cape PointCape Point

This is not the African continent's southernmost point (this is located at Cape Agulhas further east) but is nonetheless a good one. From the cliffs you can gaze out over the dramatic coastline that mocked sailors ever since the Portuguese came here in 1400. At the Cape of Good Hope, just around the corner, it is a bit calmer. If you travel inland, you'll find a nature reserve that contains twice as many plant species as throughout Great Britain.



KhayelitshaKhayelitsha Township

The largest township in Cape Town called Khayelitsha, which means "our new home" in the Xhosa language. An estimated that 500,000 people live here. It is estimated that a total of 1.5 million people live in the townships around Cape Town.