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  • Kitchen / Kitchenette
  • Parking
  • TV

Where Is Cape Town in South Africa?

A city, seaport, and legislative capital of South Africa, Cape Town is the capital of the Western Cape province. Cape Town lies at the most southwestern point of Africa, on the northern end of the Cape Peninsula.

What Is Cape Town, South Africa Known For?

As one of the most historically significant cities, there are few better places to wander aimlessly than Cape Town. Home to some of the most important events and public figures in world history – including apartheid and Nelson Mandela – Cape Town is a fascinating blend of both old and new. Additionally, the city is a coming-together of cultural influences, international cuisines, and stunningly diverse landscapes, establishing Cape Town as an unadulterated melting pot. However, this African metropolis offers a lot more than what meets the eye. With the magnificent Table Mountain National Park reigning supreme as the city’s jewel and offering several premiere examples of human creativity and beauty, there are also ample opportunities to kick back at the beach, dine at the world-class restaurants, sip a glass or two of vino and last but not least, relax and enjoy.

What to See in Cape Town, South Africa

  • Table Mountain: Aged 600 million years old, and splashed with the colors that paint the story of the richly diverse Cape floral kingdom, Table Mountain is truly iconic. One can admire the showstopper of Table Mountain National Park and one of the "New 7 Wonders of Nature" from every angle imaginable. Still, you really can't say you've visited Cape Town until you have stood on top of the city itself.
  • Lion’s Head: One of the most popular landmarks in South Africa’s Mother City, the Lion’s Head looms over Cape Town and the surrounding ocean like a sentinel. Sitting 699 meters above sea level, the Lion’s Head offers nothing but views. With phenomenal sunsets and panoramic sights, the Lion’s Head is a wildly popular destination for hiking enthusiasts.
  • Long Street: A stroll along Long Street is an essential element of any Cape Town visit. Browsing the dinky cafés, pretty Victorian buildings, eclectic boutiques and vintage shops on this street is a classic way to spend an afternoon in Cape Town. Bringing together a traditional blend of progressive modernity with homegrown African artistry within its crafts and wares, Long Street is an impressive introduction to an even more impressive city.

Popular Destinations Near Cape Town

  • The Winelands: Drive just an hour east of Cape Town, and you reach vine-weaved valleys woven around the peaks and troughs of grand mountains. This is the Winelands. One of the first areas of the country settled by Europeans, and home of the country’s expansive array of diverse wine estates, rolling vineyards, and towering mountains that make you feel like you’re in a completely different world.
  • Robben Island: Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Robben Island to grab an insight of the dismal circumstances under which Nelson Mandela and many of South Africa's most prominent anti-apartheid struggle heroes were incarcerated. A permanent reminder of one of the country's most difficult chapters in its history, Robben Island was a military base, a prison, and a mental institution that has now turned into an expansive, educative, and emotionally moving museum. Most of the tours around Robben Island are led by former prisoners, whose stories will bring both a tear to the eye and an occasional sigh of comedic relief due to their candor.

Best Neighborhoods in Cape Town

  • Victoria & Alfred Waterfront: One of the most visited attractions in the city, the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is home to a modern shopping center, high class hotels, diverse restaurants, an educational aquarium, upmarket apartments, and other cultural attractions. Thanks to its strategic positioning, which overlooks the aquamarine expanse of the magnificent ocean and rolling mountain peaks, approximately 100,000 people visit the waterfront daily during peak season.
  • Camps Bay: The most famous suburb in Cape Town, Camps Bay is known for its palm-tree-lined stretches of golden sand and million-dollar mansions overlooking the Atlantic. Home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, shops, hotels, and beachside bars turned nighttime clubs, Camps Bay is the only place to go in the city for a good night out.

How many rentals are available in Cape Town?

There are 8,013 vacation rentals available in Cape Town across several booking partners.

What is the price range for rentals in Cape Town?

Vacation rentals in Cape Town have a price range between $39-$17,074. The average price for rentals in Cape Town is $82 per night.

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