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Cape Town Stadium

The Cape Town Stadium was newly built for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. It is also known as the Green Point Stadium. The name Green Point Stadium was used during the planing time because is was the name of the old stadium that stood less than 100m away from the new one. The Cape Town […]

Golf Courses

The Western Cape is fast becoming recognised as a Mecca for golfers travelling to South Africa, as since the advent of democracy in 1994, the development of new golf estates has blossomed in conjunction with the upgrading of traditional courses and their facilities. Today’s visitor will be pleased to find not only well-manicured layouts, but […]

V&A Waterfront

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront (V&A Waterfront) is part of the historic heart of Cape Town’s harbour. Because of its beauty and variety the Waterfront is South Africa’s mostly visited tourist attraction and a must when you visit Cape Town. There are many shops for souvenirs, clothing, 2 cinemas, many good and well known restaurants as well as […]

Cape Winelands

The Cape Winelands is the largest wine producing area in South Africa. The area is divided into six main regions each with their own unique wine route. The six regions are: Constantia, Stellenbosch, Franschoek, Paarl, Wellington and Robertson. Constantia: This beautiful valley takes its name from the farm that was granted to Simon van der […]