-The center of the city with the historical old colonian buildings (marketplace)
-The famous Waterfront Area (Harbour)
Out of the central city you will enjoy the famous SA wine-yards, Cape good Point and of course
Cape of Good Hope, the spot where two Oceans (Atlantic & Indian) meet in a turbulant and historical way.
I visited this city as a transit to Namibia. Just booked a first class hotel for three nights and organised daily trips on the spot. It is not cheap - but well organized to see the maximum of the Cape area.
Best Way To Get Around:
Make a reservation via "CAPE PURSUITS". They are registrated tour guides.
E-mail : Kobus@alacarte.co.za