Cape Town is the second-most populous area in South Africa, has nearly half million habitants and also famous with its natural harbour. Each district has its own story you can discover like City Bowl which is surrounded by Signal Hll, Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak. Sights such as Table Mountain and Cape Point render the city appealing and also has surprising facts which you should know before visiting. Contrary to popular general belief, Cape Town is a thrilling city when Africa is considered.
Major gateway of Cape region is Cape Town International Airport.
Cape Town International Airport is the third-busiest airport in Africa and located 20 km from the downtown. In 1954, airport was inaugurated and all flights are shifted there from Wingfield Aerodrome. More than 10 million passengers travelled from or to Cape Town International Airport in 2016 and it is open 24 hours but security closes by 10 or 11 pm, reopens around 4 am.
Although the passenger traffic is very high, airport handles it with a single terminal called Central Terminal. South of the terminal is for domestic flights whilst northern side receives international passengers. For private jet passengers, FBO services are available within the general airport terminal. You can rest in private lounges while waiting for your plane to be ready, enjoy the delicious refreshments, have a meeting in conference rooms and so on.
City has plenty activities to fulfill your expectations such as hiking, sunbathing and nightlife. Table Mountain is very convenient if you would love to hike. By hiking or getting on the cableway, you can reach to summit and take in the amazing views of Cape Town. If you prefer to stay on the ground and be in the nature, National Botanical Gardens where you should be at. You can have an inside peak at Cape Town’s native plant and animals. When the weather is hot and nice, pick your destination point as Clifton Beach and enjoy the sun while you are sunbathing.
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