What to eat
In addition to being a country full of colors and unspoiled nature, South Africa also has unique flavors and is one of the most popular cuisines on the African continent.
In Cape Town it is a must to taste the "Braai", the authentic grilled meat and the "Bobotie", minced meat and stewed and spiced curry fruit.
For game lovers and new tastes you can taste various meats such as ibex, antelope, ostrich and even crocodile.
Cape Town has a large selection of accommodation based on the areas of the city.
The Atlantic Seaboard is one of the safest and most tourist areas of the city, with its neighborhoods such as Waterfront, Bantry Bay, Green Point, Clifton forming the safe and well-served area of the seafront with every comfort. Waterfront is by far the most lively neighborhood in the area: full of trendy restaurants and shops; the Green Point, on the other hand, is more peaceful and residential.
Another neighborhood to stay in while staying in Cape Town is City Bowl.
Positioned between the sea and the mountains, this is the area best served by means of transport. One of the neighborhoods in this area is Bo-Kaap, known for its colorful houses and creative and artistic air. For a breathtaking view, we recommend the Devil's Peak or Vredehoek area. If, on the other hand, you love modern and contemporary style, the suggested neighborhood is City Center or Forechore, characterized by modern skyscrapers and particular Art Deco houses.