Cape Town! What is the first thing that springs to mind? If you said, scenic beaches and wide horizons as far as the eye can see, then you’re absolutely right. Located at the tip of the southern peninsula, this capital of South Africa is also called the Mother City. Cape Town, blessed with abundant beauty from Mother Nature is a diverse and fascinating city. From the heights of beautiful mountains to the impressive stretches of coastline, this city is a popular destination for beach lovers and wine enthusiasts alike. With amazing Botanical Gardens and lush green parks, this city blends Afrikaner, European and native cultures in its architectural, musical, and culinary styles. Cape Town’s diverse roots can be seen in every bar, restaurant, museums, all around the city. Amazing day trips are possible from Cape Town where you can tour renown wine regions, watch whales from the shore, explore the beautiful beaches, and drive along South Africa’s most picturesque roads. Visit Cape Town and quench your historic and artistic thirst, by catching a glimpse of the dark gallows of the apartheid Africa. So, what are you waiting for? The magical land of Cape Town awaits you!
Minibus Taxis, Metro Rail, Private Taxis, Uber, Golden Bus Network, My Citi Network
Cleanliness: High/ Efficiency: Low
Minibus Taxis take around R 5. It is quite frequent along the set routes.
Metrorail takes around R 7 to R 22. It is cheaper. But, it is infamous for frequent disruptions and delays due to poor maintenance. Start 30 minutes early if preferring this one.
Cabs takes a minimum of R10 with average rate being R 30 to R 40. This option can come in handy where the public transports are hard to spot. On the other hand, Uber is a good option but it works only if connected to a credit card.
Golden Bus Network costs R10 - R 30. It is not that reliable as it does not cover tourist destinations.
My Citi Bus Network works on Connect Cards. So, you need to fill in money into the cards to travel.Suggest an Edit - Share your experience
|Water Bottle||ZAR 11.00|
|Cup of Coffee||ZAR 26.00|
|Milk Carton Pack||ZAR 13.00|
|White Bread||ZAR 14.00|
|Eggs (12)||ZAR 33.00|
|Combo Meal||ZAR 60.00|
|Fine Dining||ZAR 500.00|
|Bottle of Coke or Pepsi||ZAR 13.00|
|Domestic Beer||ZAR 33.00|
|Imported Beer||ZAR 40.00|
|Bottle of Wine||ZAR 65.00|
|Cigarettes (20 Pack)||ZAR 40.00|
|Taxi ( 1 km )||ZAR 10.00|
|Ticket in local transport (Single way).||ZAR 15.00|
|Rent ( One Bed Room)||ZAR 10828.00|
The melting pot of cultures that Cape Town is, it definitely hosts a wonderful nightlife, lively, energetic and fun-filled. From the gambling that happens in Grand West to the psytrance parties, there is much to look out for at night in Cape Town. Long Street runs live with the best cafes, bars, and nightclubs that stretches open into the wee hours. This street is the artery of Cape Town's nightlife. Now, for a few specific suggestions for the party animals. Arcade Cafe hosts the best DJ in town. Fiction Bar is the edgiest and hippy bar in the city center. Do check it out.
Cape Town International Airport - CPT
Start Tariff: ZAR 15.00
1 Km. Tariff: ZAR 10.00
1 Hour Waiting Tariff: ZAR 43.50
Monthly Average Temperature & Rainfall
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