Discover Cape Town Tour

See ALL the main sights in and around the city center! See the Waterfront, stand where the first ships SET ANCHOR in Cape Town over 350 years ago, cycle up LONG STREET and see the last vestiges of the Napoleonic-era armoury at the CHAVONESS BATTERY and see a huge amount more!
Tour times: Tours held daily at 10am. Pre booking essential.
Difficulty: Anybody can cycle with us as there are no serious climbs but you should be able to cycle 10 kilometres at a very easy pace.

The tour covers ALL the main sights in and around the city center! See the Waterfront, stand where the first ships SET ANCHOR in Cape Town over 350 years ago, cycle up LONG STREET and see the last vestiges of the Napoleonic-era armory at the CHAVONESS BATTERY and see a huge amount more!

Find out:

  • how the Castle of Good Hope was saved from destruction
  • how much the Dutch Est India Company bought the Cape Peninsula for from the Khoi
  • why some historians have suggested that APARTHEID was inevitable given the Cape’s divided origins…
  • how Robben Island came to be a penal island
  • what wild animals roamed the City Centre only 300 years ago
  • how the historical Long Street architecture was preserved

Detailed list of Discover Cape Town

  • V&A Waterfront
  • The Green Point soccer/football stadium
  • Moullie Point light house
  • The Promenade
  • Gallows Hill
  • The Gold Museum
  • The Lutheran Church
  • Bo-Kaap
  • Long Street
  • Centre for the Book
  • The Company’s Gardens
  • SA Museum
  • The Planetarium
  • The Jewish Museum
  • The Holocaust Museum
  • Houses of Parliament
  • SA National Gallery
  • De Tuynhuys
  • St. Georges Cathedral
  • The Slave Museum
  • St Georges Square
  • Green Market Square
  • The Flower Market
  • The Grand Parade
  • The City Hall
  • The Drill Hall
  • The Granary
  • Rust en Vreugd
  • The Perseverance Pub
  • District 6
  • The Castle of Good Hope
  • Artscape & The Civic Centre
  • The Cape Town International Convention Centre
  • The Clock Tower

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