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Description A guide that captures some of the very best of what Cape Town has to offer. It lets you explore destinations such as Table Mountain, the Wine lands, Robben Island, Camps Bay and Cape Point. more

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Description Part of Wallpaper* City Guides that suggest where to stay, eat, and drink, and also what the tourist passionate about design might want to see. This title features various areas, landmark buildings in... more

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“Cape Town”

published 09/02/2001

AdvantagesLovely place, nice people, cheap shopping, good food

DisadvantagesYou may run out of things to do

...Ooh.. what a lovely place. I was in Cape Town for the Millennium celebrations, and I had also been there four years before. It was an unforgettable experience. The hotel organised a huge banquet with special plates that say the Vineyard 1999-2000. We were allowed to take these home, as well as the specially embroidered serviettes. The people were lovely there, always saying nice things...

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“Beautiful Cape Town”

published 28/06/2003

AdvantagesThe most beautiful city in the world, the view of Table mountain from the ocean

DisadvantagesThe rumor says that there is a lot of crime

...This review actually starts in Johannesburg but most of the time was spent in Cape Town and that is why I have chosen to categorize it under "Cape Town" I landed in Johannesburg (also know as Jo?burg) on the 31st of January 1999. The first few days were a bit amputated due to the fact that KLM, together with the Norwegian airline company Braathens, managed to send my luggage to Aberdeen, in...

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Excellent

AdvantagesBeautiful scenery, cheap

DisadvantagesNoen for me

...Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope on the Cape Peninsula are about two hours south west of Cape Town, South Africa. The best way to access this area in my opinion is by private transport for flexibility, but you can also pick one of the many organised tours that run from Cape Town. My trip was organised and run by the company I bought my holiday from and was included in my holiday package. It...

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