Transfer to Cape Town

“To warm countries” is the exact direction for rest all year round. But if you want more and active recreation, pay attention to the city of Cape Town.

Cape Town International Airport is located 22 kilometers from the center. Every day it serves domestic and charter destinations, and the passenger traffic is more than 150 thousand people. If you don’t know how to get to Cape Town, take public transport. PRASA trains run from 06:30 to 21:00, which are divided into long-haul and local flights. You can buy a ticket for the bus connecting the airport and Cape Town. Opening hours from 07:30 to 20:00 every 30 minutes. If you are traveling in a large company and arrive early in the morning or late in the evening, we recommend booking your transfer to Cape Town in advance through the GetTransfer.com service. Experienced drivers know the route well, so you will be in the center in 20 minutes.

The port city is located in the south-west of the Republic of South Africa on the Cape Peninsula, whose coast is washed by the Atlantic Ocean. The Table Mountain rises above the center, where the main cable car leads. From there you can enjoy an amazing panorama of Cape Town, its surroundings, the harbor and the nearby Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was previously detained.

People come to Cape Town to learn climbing in the Kamikaze Canyon, go on a boat trip and go fishing, visit national parks and parks with rich flora and fauna. But most importantly, for the sake of what, tourists come here. This is a beach holiday off the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Llandudno, Strand, Clifton, Fischook, Scarborough, Woodbridge and Monvabisi are among the best. Everywhere you can rent equipment for surfing or diving, as well as rent deck chairs.

What to see in Cape Town? There are many interesting architectural and natural attractions. We recommend to visit the fortress of Good Hope, which now presents an exhibition of antiques, as well as a collection of paintings of the XV-XIX centuries. In the center is the Parliament building, in the city park of Kompaniz Garden is the Cathedral of St. George. The Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden contains a rare collection of plants and flowers from all over the African continent. Stroll along the lively Furtrekker Road shopping street or George Avenue. In the old town there are buildings in the style of the old Dutch architecture of the XVIII-XIX centuries.

Rent a car with a driver in Cape Town to see more interesting not only in the center, but also in the surrounding area. For example, visit Cape Agulny, Dyulker Seal Island or the territory where the huge colony of emperor penguins Hout Bay lives. It is necessary to allocate a day to visit the grape centers: Stellenbosch, Parl and Constant. Visit the tasting to choose a drink that you like.

Locals move around the city by bus. Golden Acre Terminal is the main station of the bus station, from where domestic and long-distance flights depart from 08:00 to 22:00 daily. Plan your travels in advance, and GetTransfer.com will take care of a comfortable road.