Never explored what the City of Cape Town is really all about? Join us on a memorable Best of Cape Town Tour in South Africa. You will get to do sightseeing at all the main Cape Town attractions.
We have tried to include as many of the Cape Town points of interest in one neatly combined package deal – making sure you don’t miss out on what the Mother city has to offer!
Below you will find more detailed information on which of our city charms you will be visiting on this Cape Town City Tour. Kindly note, tours depart both in the morning and in the afternoon, for your convenience. We have also included the city sightseeing cape town prices. Enjoy!
Pick up and drop off at your hotel or guesthouse around Cape Town.
Morning tour departure: 08:00 – 09:00
Morning tour return: approx. 12:30
Afternoon tour departure: 13:00 – 14:00
Afternoon tour return: approx.17:30
The Iziko South African Museum, based in the Mother City, was established in 1825 and moved to it’s current location, the Company’s Garden, in 1897. Today the Iziko Museum’s collections range from fossils dating back to nearly 700-million years old to specimens brought in this week!
The Company’s Garden is affectionately known as Cape Town’s heart. An green sanctuary which can be found in the middle of town – a beloved pitstop for locals and city visitors alike.
Houses of Parliament – The City of Cape Town is home to the Houses of Parliament, in spite of the Mother City not being the capital of South Africa. Our tour of the Houses of Parliament buildings explores the neoclassical, Cape Dutch architecture completed in 1884, ten years before the ‘Born Free’ generation.
City Hall, built in 1905, resides on the Grand Parade in Cape Town, South Africa. Originally build to function as housed offices for the city’s administration and City of Cape Town it is now a function venue available to the public for hosting events. The building boast a theatre like atmosphere with marvellous acoustics and a slightly regal atmosphere.
Regarded as the oldest colonial building still in tact, The Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town, South Africa, was build during 1666 till 1679. Originally located on the coast it now lives centrally. Wide scale restorations to the Castle of Good Hope were made during the 1980s ensuring the Castle would be the highest quality preserved paradigm of a Dutch East India Company fort.
Known by Capetonians as Bo Kaap, this residential area can be easily identified by the stunningly colourful houses and rich cultural heritage that flows from each resident. Not only the best place in Cape Town to do a little bit of shopping but also a place to experience generosity and hearty personalities, while also reflecting on the past.
When visiting Cape Town there is always ample places to purchase the perfect keepsake, but the real gems are found on the cobbled streets of Green Market Square. Known as the oldest market in Cape Town, South Africa, a certain charm resides in the nick-nacks and whatnots crafted by the locals! Crafts, arts and charms ranging from clothing, fictional items and ‘just because’ buys can all be explored at Green Market Square.
Signal Hill offers visitors a breathtaking view of Cape Town, South Africa. Be sure to snap a pic of yourself with Table Mountain in the background on our stop here. Famous for being the perfect picnic and sundowner spot, you’re sure to enjoy this part of our tour.
Nestled between the Clifton and Llandudno beaches, lies Camps Bay. The iconic Camps Bay strip is home to what is considered the best spot to catch some African sun, after which you can have your pick of restaurants (within close proximity of each other) to enjoy a drink and relax.