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Location ( location and once again... )

Located a 5 minute walk from the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Aquarium, prestigious Green Point CID and Cape Town Stadium. What does that mean? Convenience and position. Shop, eat, play and relax! You could not ask for better location when visiting Cape Town.

Cape Town is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, reflecting its role as a major destination...

- 2010 Stadium
The city has built a world-class, FIFA-compliant 68 000-seat stadium in Green Point. It served as a semi-final venue in 2010 and a sustainable multi-purpose venue thereafter for ball sports, major events and concerts. Stadium tours can be arranged. website >>>

firefox-gray - V&A Waterfront
Set against a backdrop of magnificent sea and mountain views, exciting shopping and entertainment venues are intermingled with imaginative office locations, world-class hotels and luxury apartments in the residential marina. website >>>

firefox-gray - Aquarium
The Two Oceans Aquarium showcases life from the mighty Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Over 3,000 living animals can be seen in this marine kaleidoscope. website >>>


firefox-gray - Robben Island
Robben Island came to symbolise, not only for South Africa and the African continent, but also for the entire world, the triumph of the human spirit over enormous hardship and adversity. The former prison island is a must see...

firefox-gray - City Centre
In the City Bowl there are, besides shops and offices, a number of attractions including the Castle of Good Hope, City Hall, the Company Gardens, Parliament and many museums. All these attractions can be reached on foot.

firefox-gray - Table Mountain
The mountain is sculpted from sandstone and it rises 1086 metres above the bay. Its flat summit measures nearly 3km from end to end. The mountain is home to approximately 1470 species of plants. Many of these are endemic, i.e. appearing nowhere else on earth. website >>>

firefox-gray - Lions Head / Signal Hill
Signal Hill is a flat-topped hill located in Cape Town, next to Lion's Head and Table Mountain. It is still shown on many maps as 'Lions Rump' - together with Lion's head, Signal Hill looks like a lion sphinx. It is known for the Noon gun that is operated by the South African Navy and South African Astronomical Observatory. Signal Hill provides spectacular views over Cape Town and surroundings, especially at dawn or sunset.

firefox-gray - Clifton / Camps Bay / Llandudno Beaches
Clifton has a set of 4 beaches which are frequently used destinations for both locals and tourists. The beaches, which are named from 1st to 4th, are separated by falls of granite boulders and have clean white sands. The four beaches of Clifton are well protected from the notorious south-easterly wind. Clifton Beach was noted as one of Discovery.com's best beaches by region. Clifton is rated Blue Flag.

firefox-gray - Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Kirstenbosch is the famous botanical garden nestled at the foot of Table Mountain in Cape Town. Kirstenbosch was founded in 1913 to preserve the country's unique flora, it was the first botanical garden in the world with this ethos. What makes the Gardens so famous worldwide is that (with minor exceptions) only indigenous plants are cultivated.

firefox-gray - Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve (Cape Point)
Cape Point is part of the Cape Of Good Hope Nature Reserve which spans the length of the Cape peninsula. The Indian Ocean and Atlantic Ocean meet between Cape Point and Cape Agulas. Cape Point has spectacular views and walks. website >>>

firefox-gray - Hout Bay
Hout Bay is a popular attraction among both local and international visitors. The harbour is a worthwhile visit, as there are spectacular views of the bay and boat rides to Duiker Island and around the Sentinel. Chapman's Peak Drive is one of the world's most scenic mountain drives and has recently undergone renovations to ensure the safety of travellers using the route.