Cape Town, also known as the “Mother City” and the “Tavern of the Seas”, is located in South Africa and considered to be the legislative capital of the country and also the oldest city in South Africa. Cape Town is part of the Top 10 Best Cities in the World and has also garnered fourth in the annual “World’s Best Awards” of the Travel and Leisure magazine claiming a spot in the magazine’s Hall of Fame.
Some of the best hotels in the world are found in Cape Town. The Cape Grace Hotel ranked 26th out of Travel and Leisure’s 44, making it to the hall of fame. The Mount Nelson Hotel made it to the 6th spot, The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa ranked 10th, the One and Only Cape Town Hotel is 11th on the spot and the Victoria and Alfred Hotel earned the 13th spot. These five hotels are all the proof that Cape Town needs to truly call itself one of the best in the world.
There are several tourist spots in Cape Town which are well-known around the world. One of these is the Cape Floral Kingdom which is famous for its richness in exotic floral species, not found in any other part of the world. Another famous spot is Table Mountain, which is a flat formed mountain that enables the tourists atop the mountain to witness an amazing expanse of the city of Cape Town; you can reach the top of the mountain through cable cars or you can hike your way to the top.
Cape Town is also gifted with a breath taking shoreline which offers tourists a chance to have an encounter with many magnificent experiences, chief among them – penguins! The shoreline of Cape Town has established several cafes which offer various kinds of dishes, specifically seafood dishes which tourists usually enjoy partaking in while enjoying the view of the ocean.
On a travel logistics note, Cape Town does not require a visa, especially for tourists from United States of America who are vacationing less than 90 days.
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