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I think we can agree that Cape Town is one of the most photogenic cities in the world, and to celebrate this fact we’ve rounded up 50 photos of Cape Town that best represent the pretty city’s people, scenes and landscapes.This “steampunk” coffee shop on Buitenkant Street was recently named the best coffee shop in the world by respected travel journalist Tom Midlane.
We first saw these photos by Shanna Jones on the Colossal website.Written by professional journalists and sold by disadvantaged individuals, The Big Issue is a social upliftment initiative operating on 4 continents.In Cape Town, The Big Issue is a welcome feature on the streets of Cape Town and friendly vendors can be found at intersections throughout the City Bowl. They purchase the magazine for R9 and sell it for R18. Situated at the foot of Chapman’s Peak, the Noordhoek valley is one of Cape Town’s most treasured coastal hideaways.It has a rural atmosphere and is famous for the beach, its vast wetlands, the Red Herring and amiable village atmosphere. What would a post like this be without referencing wine and one of the many beautiful estates in the Western Cape?Groot Constantia is just one of the established estates that dot the fertile landscape of the Cape wine region.It can get very busy owing to its close proximity to the Cape Town city centre and its popular with large tour groups but it’s also the oldest wine estate in SA. As a major gateway to the Mother City we could not leave out Cape Town International Airport.
It’s the second largest airport in South Africa and welcomes well over 1 million foreign visitors annually.
Operationally it has been the recipient of many accolades including being voted the best airport in Africa for the third year in a row in 2013. Set at the foot of one of Cape Town’s most exclusive suburbs, Llandudno’s beach is in the same league as Clifton and Camps Bay when it comes to popularity, only it has a lot less parking space available.
Get there early to reap the rewards of this Blue Flag beach where surfers, lifesavers and sunbathers romp side by side in one of the Southern Hemispheres best seaside settings.
Merchants from all over Africa converge on Greenmarket Square to sell a wide variety of goods.
It’s not so much a locals hangout as it is a hotspot for foreign tourists with a severe souvenir obsession, but even residents can’t deny that the vibe here in the centre of Cape Town is something special.
Greenmarket Square photo from fabulousfabs on Flickr.