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Having a world heritage site in your back garden is a thing we Capetonians take for granted. Part of the Table mountain national park getting to the top you have two options, the cableway or you climb.
Hike up the mountain along Platteklip gorge first undertaken by Antonio de Saldanha in 1503 takes 2-3 hours with breathtaking views of the city all the way up. The Park is home to an array of fauna and flora which form part of the Cape Floral kingdom. From the top, you are flanked by Devils Peak and Lions Head.
Hike up Lion’s head
Lions Head form part of Table Mountain National Park and gives you a 360deg view of the city bowl, Camps Bay, Bantry Bay, and the Atlantic seaboard and is popular at a full moon. The view from the top is breathtaking and the hike to the top can be done comfortably in just over an hour.
Walking, City Tour
Cape Town is steeped in history and a walking tour starting at the Castle, through District 6, to Parliament through the Company Garden. Places of interest along the way include the Slave Lodge, St Georges Cathedral, the First National and Standard Bank buildings and the beautiful City Hall.
Old Biscuit Mill Market
The Woodstock area has undergone some major rejuvenation and is a creative hub. Graffiti lines the streets and new places are opening every week. The Old Biscuit Mill runs a market every Saturday. From food, wine, local beer, and a craft market, you can soak up the eclectic mix of people, dogs, and music.
Camps Bay Beach
Cape Town has a list of Blue Flag beaches and Camps Bay is right in the City. With its white beach sand and turquoise water, its paradise personified.