A Vibrant city on the southern most point of Africa
Cape Town is the southern most and second most populous region of South Africa, after Johannesburg. The city was formed by the Dutch who first landed there in the 17th century, however the Portuguese actually landed there almost 200 years earlier. The Dutch influence is still clear today with similar styles of property, horticulture, language and culture.
Cape Town is flanked to the South by Table Mountain, so called because of its steep incline to a completely flat top. A 10 minute cable car ride takes to to an observation station at the top which commands stunning views over the city and stylish Camps Bay region to the west.
The bustling centre of the city offers culture, attractions and experiences not available anywhere else. A visit to the Victoria and Albert waterfront with its stylish cafes, restaurants and shops is a must see attraction.
Cape Town is a hugely diverse and culturally rich city which offers visitors a uniquely European and African experience, from colonial hotels to townships and the wine region of Stellenbosch to the east.