Wonderful mountain slopes, rich flora and fauna and green valleys, white coastlines and historical architecture are some of the factors why Cape Town manages to attract millions of visitors ever year. Here are some of the most famous attractions in Cape Town:
The city is house to charming beaches that provide amazing blue waters, white sandy shores and fun-filled activities. Some of the famous beaches in this location are the Boulders Beach, Llandudno Beach, Bantry Bay, Plettenberg Bay and Fish Hoek Beach. You will also find wonderful shores along the Robben Island and Table Mountain.
Along the eastern slopes of the Table Mountain, is the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Evenings can be made unforgettable in these gardens as there are lots of fun events conducted for visitors.
The viticltural history of Cape town is more than three-hundred years old and was started by the Dutch. Wellington, Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek are famous wine towns that permits visitors to taste some of the top wines produced in the city. A typical wine trip contains visiting the many vineyards and explaining about the different range of grapes and indulging in some cheese and wine tasting.
There are twenty-eight flights between London and Cape Town per week, averaging four per day.
The average London to Cape Town direct flights takes 11h 55m, covering an area of 6014 miles.
In the past three days, the cheapest returns tickets were found on Ethiopian Air (€423), Turkish Airlines (€478), and Kenya Airways (€447).
For cheap flights from London to Cape Town, Tuesday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Wednesday is the most costly. Flying from Cape Town back to London, the top deals are usually found on Monday, with Thursday being the most expensive.
• Book at least two weeks before departure in order to obtain a below-average price.
• The cheapest flight from London to Cape was found, on average, fifty days before departure.
• Morning departure is approximately 42 percent cheaper than an evening flight, on average.