Cape Town: an Insider Guide to the Mother City. For Round the World Experts.


Cape Town. – I was asked by Round the World Experts to offer an insider’s guide to the Mother city. How best to see the most popular attractions, the must do’s and a look at some of my favourite places.

‘Regularly voted as one of the best travel destinations in the world, Cape Town is alluring from the moment you catch a glimpse of Table Mountain from the plane on your approach for landing. An iconic image familiar to anyone who has scoured travel mags and blogs, as well as guide books in preparation of their visit.Yet most travellers these days are seeking out an insider look that will take them beyond the obvious points of interest to the places locals frequent. They want a feel of the real, a sense of living in this hip and cosmopolitan city that holds the hearts of many …’

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