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Top Gems that Make Holidays to Cape Town PopularHome > Holiday Guide > Other Holiday Guide Holidays to Cape Town let travellers immerse in the fusion of nature and history. The Mother City of South Africa stays enchanted all year long and offers a gratifying experience to one and all. Read below to know some precious gems of the city.Date : Tuesday, June 05, 2012 Wrapped in the warmth of the splendid Table Mountains, Cape Town is one of the most popular cities of South Africa that spellbound travellers with its majestic charm and magnificent splendour. With its pictorial beauty, lush green landscapes and tapestry of incredible charmers, Cape Town has held deep enthrallment for historians, nature lovers and leisure travellers from far and wide. The scenic beauty of Cape Town is the most fascinating aspect that compels travellers planning luxury holidays to South Africa to include this enthralling city in their travel itineraries. Going on a picturesque ride around the peninsula, while watching serene oceans, soaring mountains and exciting vineyards offers unforgettable memories to travellers on holidays to Cape Town. Let's take a look at some of the most pleasing attractions that add glitter to the glamour of Cape Town!
Victoria & Alfred WaterfrontThe Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is a working harbour and amusement centre rolled into one. Whenever travellers on holidays to Cape Town wish to please their taste buds with some delectable food or feel like getting high, the ceaseless chain of restaurants at the waterfront act as great draggers. A nice scenic stroll at the waterfront while witnessing happy people passing by is one must do activity in the region. Other popular attractions at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront that keep travellers on luxury Cape Town holidays busy are Maritime Museum, an aquarium (with plenty of sharks) and the Robben Island Exhibition and Information Centre.
Table MountainOver the years, the Table Mountain has exerted its strong fascinating pull and even today enchants one and all who fall under its magic spell. The way to the peak of the Table Mountain has never been an easy task, and only a few daring vie to reach its cloud-kissing top. The location offers some marvellous opportunities to partake in adventurous activities that give extreme edge to life. Once travellers reach its top they may partake in any of the three walk paths including the 15-minute Dassie Walk, the 30-minute Agama Walk and the Klipspringer. Those who do not feel like partaking in adventure activities and wish to relish some time in the serenity of the location may visit the Wynberg Caves, a series of sandstone tunnels at the back of the Table Mountain.
Lion's HeadA walk to the top of Lions Head draws the admiration of hordes of travellers on luxury holidays to South Africa. A hike at the Lion's Head definitely turns fruitful once travellers reach the top and eye the blissful panoramic views of the city of Cape Town, Table Mountain and the beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton. A visit to the Lion's Head is indeed a rewarding experience for travellers on luxury Cape Town holidays.
Devil's PeakOne of the major landmarks of Cape Town, Devil's Peak adds to the beauty of the mountainous backdrop to the city. The distinctive peak offers some thrilling activities and lures throngs of adventure buffs taking luxury South Africa deals. The three routes to reach the summit of the Devil's Peak have their own set of challenges, and give a tough competition to the daredevil instinct of the visitors. The peak is perfect to relish some time feeling the silence of the nature and its innocence!
Cape Town City HallBuilt in 1905 in Italian Renaissance style, the Cape Town City Hall is yet another attraction that receives hordes of tourists booking luxury South Africa deals. Regardless of showing its age, Cape Town's remarkable City Hall continues to be a great charm for urban explorers. The entrance of the hall has been beautified with splendid mosaic floors that lead to the marble staircase. The City Hall features the world-renowned Cape Philharmonic Orchestra, which performs regular shows here.
BloubergstrandBloubergstrand is known for many attractions including water sports, shopping, dining out, beaches and much more. The region is a paradise for beach lovers as they can partake in number of activities like fishing, kite flying, sailing, boating trips or just lazing around on some serene coast. Travellers may also find a number of restaurants at a stone's throw of the beach to indulge in excellent dining experience while watching the rising and falling waves. Bloubergstrand is also popular for its rich collection of shopping options that definitely make visitors spend generously!
Chapman's PeakChapman's Peak stands strikingly at the centre of Chapman's Peak Drive, linking Hout Bay with Noordhoek - one of the most dramatic marine routes on the globe. Affectionately known as "Chappies", Chapman's Peak Drive acts as a grand castle of sceneries that literally evoke senses and make one feel alive! The zigzag roads bordered with flourishing bushes and trees make Chapman's Peak Drive even more exciting and soothing at the same time.
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