Cape Town has risen from the notorious days of Apartheid to a favorite destination for travelers. There is a strong mix of history, nature and city life. The collection of these attributes makes the city a well-rounded experience for visitors. Among the notable attractions...
High on the list of draws to Cape Town are its beaches. Liandudno tops the list for surfers and casual visitors. It is also known for great views of the sunset. Lion's Head mountain holds a beautiful view of the city and is a must-do stop. Also check out Kirstenbosch and Company's Gardens and Signal Hill.
Seafood, and plenty of it, is a headliner for Cape Town cuisine. The city is home to several cuisines which are influenced by the Middle East, India, Africa, and the Dutch cuisine of the Afrikaans. Mzansi is a popular restaurant for residents of the country. It is considered one of the best representatives of South African eating. Also check out Chef's Warehouse and Stardust.
Robben Island is rarely skipped by travelers because of its international notoriety as the prison which Nelson Mandela was kept in for 18 years of his 27 year imprisonment under Apartheid. The Robben Island Museum commemorates his detention and the history of the infamous prison it housed. Also visit the historic waterfront, St. George's Cathedral, and the Bo-Kaap and District Six Museums. Cape Town has secured its place in the list of top international places to visit. It is a beacon for those interested in history, culture and natural beauty.