Activities in Cape Town
KapstadtSince the World Cup in 2010, the people of Cape Town have been a happy bunch. It is no wonder that the metropolis on the Cape of Good Hope has become a popular destination in recent years. And rightly so, with the cold Atlantic at its back, the warm False Bay in the flank and the 1,000-meter-high Table Mountain in the heart, South Africa's largest city has a very special character. This character is not least characterised by unmistakable European and African influences, which unfold not only in the art and culture scene, but also on the culinary side. What could be better than enjoying a spicy "Pap and Chakalaka" with fresh lamb and a Cape Town wine with a view of the deep blue sea? We can guarantee that we could still come up with something given the diversity of Cape Town. How about a whale watching tour, a visit to see cute penguins, a trip to the many beaches or close encounters with a great white shark? Don’t like the water? No problem, because Cape Town has a lot to offer in terms of culture too. From the South African National Gallery to a trip to the former prison of Robben Island or to the hip entertainment district of Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the options are endless in Cape Town.