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Cape Town City
There are loads of fun and interesting things to see and do on a sight seeing tour of Cape Town, South Africa. Tourists come from far and wide to enjoy all the attractions that the Mother City has to offer, with Table Mountain at the heart of the all.

Cape Town City Tour

We'll help you to match your specific vacation curiosities and interests with the Cape Town hot spots, to tailor-make a full or half day Cape Town City tour to your liking. There are loads of options and we'll help you decide what to do in Cape Town, whether shopping at the V&A Waterfront is your thing, or taking a trip up the Table Mountain cableway to get a bird’s eye view of Cape Town from the cable car. Enjoy spectacular views with a cup of coffee at the Table Mountain restaurant at the summit.

Cape Town has an assortment of places to visit, and is buzzing with arts and culture.  The Company Gardens Park is South Africa’s oldest garden, and was founded by Jan van Riebeek in 1652. This historical park offers visitors a Japanese garden, rose garden, fish pond and aviary. It is conveniently located in the Cape Town city centre.

Other Mother City crowd pullers are the Two Oceans Aquarium, Green Market Square and the new Cape Town stadium, where the FIFA World Cup 2010 soccer matches will be held.

Signal Hill is the easy to access lookout point, which joins Kloof Nek to Lion’s Head, you’ll be awestruck at the panoramic scenes of Cape Town, Table Bay and Table Mountain. 

You may be a history buff and wanting to catch up on SA olden times by visiting the District Six Museum, Gold Museum and the South African Museum.

Browsing the various diamond and jewellery retailers and shops is a popular pursuit for international travelers visiting Cape Town city centre.

Lunch in Camps Bay is always a well-liked day-tripper inclusion. Many of Cape Town beaches are pristine, with Camps Bay beach as one of the most popular jaunts for showing off your tan and spotting a local celebrity, with a variety of trendy restaurants, nightlife and shops aimed at the Capetonian sightseer.

After lunch in Camps Bay, you may want to take a scenic drive through to Hout Bay, with its vibey Mariners Wharf and then onto Kirstenbosch Gardens for a leisurely stroll through this historical South African heritage site, while you daydream and gaze out over groomed landscapes of protected flora, the perfect plan for a picnic. Kirstenbosch botanical garden is nestled at the foot of the eastern slopes of Table Mountain in Cape Town.

With FS Tours, Cape Town is your oyster, book today and make the most of your day out in Cape Town.

Cape Town City Tour lasts approximately 4.5 hours. Full day city tour is also available.
Please note: Cable car ticket, entrance fees, lunch and refreshments are for your own account