48 hours in Cape Town

Time is a precious resource, especially if you’re a frequent traveler who would love to fit in as much as possible on your adventures in a short amount of time. Acclaimed as one of the world’s most beautiful cities, Cape Town is home to breathtaking natural landmarks such as Table Mountain, one of the new seven wonders of the world, located in the heart of the city center. Referred to as the “Rainbow Nation”, it’s home to 11 official languages, creating a truly diverse cultural landscape. Unlike other Western countries, it remains untouched in many areas, allowing visitors to connect with its raw natural beauty. Not to mention, it is incredibly affordable. Imagine being able to visit one of the world’s best wineries and enjoying a tasting for about as much as it costs for a bag of chips back home. The strong European currency allows tourists to stretch their money far. For example, you can eat at a restaurant rated as top ten in the word by trip advisor, for about the same price as a normal dinner in their home country.