Cape Town's City Centre
Cape Town’s City Centre always has a holiday atmosphere, with an eclectic mix of sights to see and fun things to do on and around majestic Table Mountain.
The most distinguishing characteristics of Cape Town have to be the amazing natural settings, it’s beautiful coastline, blue flag beaches and of course the unforgettable Table Mountain.
Cape Town has an eclectic mix of sights to see and fun things to do. The city is well known for its great food – where people can choose between an array of different styles of cuisine, from African eateries, seafood restaurants, classic bistros and everything in-between. Wine bars and traditional pubs are also popular hang-outs.
The city has a radical art scene, with numerous galleries that showcase the works of promising artists. It also has a vibrant and diverse music scene and busy nightlife. There are a number of inner-city markets to visit, from the Hope Street Market where you will find organic foods, antique furniture and artisan beer to Green Market Square where you will find African arts and crafts of every description.
Cape Town always has a holiday atmosphere and the beautiful blue flag beaches are safe as well as very clean. If you love the outdoors you will be spoiled for choice with hikes up Table Mountain and Lion’s Head, mountain bike trails and an ocean waiting to be surfed, snorkeled and swam in. Sunset is over the Atlantic Ocean, so you can join the locals on the beach in the late afternoon with your picnic basket.
- Hike up Table Mountain and take the cable car down
- Take a stroll through the Company Gardens
- Catch a tan on one of the many beaches
- Walk Long Street
- Sundowners on Signal Hill
- Full Moon hike up Lion’s Head
- Rummage around the art and craft markets
Cape Town has hot, dry summers that begin around October/November and last until March/April. The average temperatures reach their peak between the months of December and February. This is also the main holiday season when tourists descend on the city.
Autun falls between around April/May with clear days that are perfect for hiking as the temperatures are more moderate, and there is less wind. The winter months begin in June and end around August when the Cape gets most of its annual rainfall. Days are shorter until September when spring arrives.
- Incredible views of the natural landscape
- Magnificent mountain ranges and blue ocean
- Friendly locals
- A great holiday atmosphere all year round
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