Cheap Flights to Cape Town

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Cape Town is the 2nd largest city in South Africa, behind Johannesburg in terms of population. It is also the capital of the Western Cape region and the legislative epicenter of South Africa since the Houses of Parliament are located here. Cape Town is located in the Southwest region of the country, close to the Cape of Good Hope, and is the most southern city in all of Africa. The city is famous for its historic harbor and its pristine natural setting, making it the #1 tourist destination in South Africa. Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, you’re bound to have a great time in Cape Town. If you’re going to be doing a lot of sightseeing in Cape Town, I would recommend renting a car so that you have the freedom to go wherever and whenever you want.

Cape Town was once a British colonial outpost hundreds of years ago. The Portuguese were the first to discover Cape Town in the modern era but the Dutch were the first to occupy it. Dutch commander Jan Van Riebeek helped to build a stronghold there called the Castle of Good Hope, which still stands today. The modern city of Cape Town was established in 1840 and the first ever Parliament meeting took place in 1854. Today, Cape Town is one of the largest cities in South Africa as well as a major international tourist destination.

The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is one of the most visited destinations in Cape Town and in South Africa. The waterfront is home to many historical sites, museums, restaurants, boutiques, and even an aquarium. As a tourist, this waterfront is an absolute must-see. Booking cheap flights to Cape Town for you and your friends/family would be worth it even if you just see the waterfront.

Of course, no trip to Cape Town is complete without a visit to Table Mountain, situated between Devil’s Peak and Lion’s Head. The reason it’s called “Table Mountain” is because it has a relatively flat top, making it one of the most unique mountains in South Africa. If possible, I would recommend hiking to the top of the mountain because the view from there is one of the most serene views you will ever see in a lifetime. There are many hiking trails to the top, all of which have varying degrees of difficulty.

Due to its proximity to the equator, Cape Town tends to have warm weather almost all year, making it a great travel destination during all four seasons, so book a cheap flight to Cape Town today!

There are many famous landmarks to see in Cape Town:


Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Castle of Good Hope

Robben Island

Rhodes Memorial

Table Mountain