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Cape Town by Foot

Explore some of Cape Town’s most colourful and fascinating places on this walking tour. Sample street food, discover the famous Bo-Kaap neighbourhood, and enjoy the city’s waterfront.
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Robben Island

The former prison island, located 11 km off the coast of Cape Town, is now a World Heritage Site and an evocative virtual shrine to its most famous prisoner, African National Congress leader Nelson Mandela. He was imprisoned here for 18 years and made a big impression on the world with his big heart.
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Table Mountain Aerial Cableway

The view of the city and its surroundings from the top of Cape Town’s biggest landmark, the 1,086 metre (3 563 ft) Table Mountain, is stupendous. The revolving cablecar that takes you up gives you a great view in all directions. Once up there you can check out the telescopes or sit down for a drink or a meal and just drink in the spectacular view.
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Do & See

Two Oceans Aquarium

Sharks and thousands of other marine creatures from the seas off South Africa’s coasts swim in the huge glass tanks of this excellent aquarium. This aquarium showcases the Marine life of the Indian Ocean as well as the Atlantic Ocean, hence the name.
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Winelands

No more than 45 minutes outside of Cape Town lies the winelands regions Franschhoek and Stellenbosch. This means numerous wine estates offering wine tasting and cellar tours. The monumental mountains in the background gives an extra edge to this already beautiful environment.
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Gold of Africa Museum

At this glittering mueum you can see more than 350 amazing pieces of art and jewellery on display, located in an 18th century townhouse.
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District Six Museum

This evocative and moving museum commemorates the non-white inhabitants of District Six who were expelled from this once multi-ethnic neighbourhood when it was declared a ‘whites only’ zone in the 1960's.
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