Cape Town is a city where we are not bored! Whether you are a true Capetonian or an expatriate living here since several months, it is often difficult to know what to show to foreign friends in Cape Town. Let’s see 5 essential activities to do with them. 1. Climb Table Mountain It is of course a must see in Cape Town! Table Mountain is the symbol of the city and one of its best attractions. You can choose to reach the top thanks to the cableway, but the best is to hike to the top. Once to the flat mountain, you will feel so proud to yourselves and enjoy even more the stunning view. There are several paths to climb Table Mountain, choose the one you want according to your wishes and your physical abilities. Above all, check the weather before going and if the cableway is open if you don’t want to walk

Whether with friends, family or in couple, it is always difficult to know what to do when you spend only the weekend in a city, and the Mother City is no exception. We recommand you 6 activities you can do to spend an intense and wonderful weekend in Cape Town, from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon. Let’s go! Friday evening: The Hout Bay Craft Market (5pm – 9pm) About 30 minutes driving from Cape Town, the Hout Bay Harbour is a timeless place. During the day, the charming little habour is a fantastic place to see seals looking for fish and glad to play the game of pictures. Every Friday evening, the place comes alive thanks to the Hout Bay Craft Market. There, you will find local craftpeople showing their work like animals with wire and beads, clothes, bags and jewels among many other things. Throughout the market, musicians playing music participate in the creation

Cape Town overflows with places to discover. Discover with us and in pictures the 10 must-sees of the Mother City for successful holidays with family or friends. 1. Table Mountain For the hiking lovers, do not hesitate to climb the most famous Mountain of Cape Town. If you have less time, you can also use the Table Mountain Cableway which will easily reach you to the top. According to the weather, it can be open or not, so check before going. It is also quite windy and cold at the top but still sunny, so don’t forget to bring your sunglasses, sunscreen, jacket, scarf and… camera. Indeed, from the top, you overlook the City Bowl which is just splendid! 2. Signal Hill Also nicknamed “The Body of the Lion” because of its position to Lions Head, it is the smaller mountain surrounding Cape Town, and the top is accessible by car. Located at the nord-west