How to Reach: You can visit the beautiful city via air root. There is Cape Town International Airport, which is the second largest airport of South Africa. However, Cape Town is a port city so; another way to reach the city is sea root. Port of Cape Town is the main city port that serves as the main hub for ships sailing in the South Atlantic Ocean.
Where to Stay: Cape Town hotels have very compatible rates that range from the lowest cost to the highest; so, where your pocket allows, you can stay. However, all classes of the city hotels are known for outstanding services. The pleasant weather and the scenic landscapes make these hotels unique. Le Gouverneur Guest House, Urban Chic, The Bay Hotel, Primi Royal and Blue Tangerine are some of the famous Cape Town hotels.
What to See: In one of the most beautiful cities of the world, it is very difficult to enumerate the names of scenic places. In fact, the city has exceptional cultural gem that constituted by the fusion of French, British, German, and Indonesian settlers with native Hottentot and Bushman tribes. The natural landscape formed by the table mountain, the white sandy beaches, beautiful rivers, stunning coastal areas of Camps Bay, Clifton, Bantry Bay, and Blouberg, and the magnificent surrounding area, which appears green in summer and red - gold in autumn; everything is tourist's eye catching.