Cape Town is the second most populous city after Johannesburg, with a population of 3,740,026 in 2011 and the largest city in the country. The capital of Cape Town is the National Parliament Building. It is the capital of legislation in the country and is considered to be a city of diverse cultures. It is therefore an essential destination for immigration and expatriation. It has been classified by the New York Times in 2014 as the best place to visit in the world.
In a city center with colorful red, yellow, green, blue, orange and pink houses, all compete brightly for the sun. The Cape Cape area of Cape Town is similar to the rainbow. Residents painted these colors on gray gray concrete. Pu Cap is one of the most colorful places in the world.
The Castle of Good Hope
Castle was built in the fifteenth century AD, specifically in the year 1666 AD, before more than 340 years By the soldiers of Denmark.
Today is a tourist destination in Cape Town where you enjoy the history of a beautiful tour and you see the live guns used in the old time, but you see the launch as well. You can rent a horse cart to roam the large castle and many other events.
Entrance fees only SR 15 almost
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Flower garden Christenbosc is located at the foot of Table Mountain in Cape Town and has an area of more than 5 square kilometers.This park was established in 1913 and was the aim of its creation is to preserve unique and rare flowers.Also contain garden protected Zarah houses Plants that do not live in the open air.The garden is very magnificence and beauty because of the flowers and large green spaces makes walking around comfortable and self-risk.
Robben Island One of South Africa’s most important tourist attractions is the Natural Table Bay, 6.9 kilometers west of the Bluebergstrand coast in Cape Town.
Robben Island takes roughly the shape of an oval with an area of 507 square kilometers, a flat island, a few meters above sea level.
The island has been used as a headquarters for political prisoners and serious criminals and convicted since 1961, and continued to play this role until 1996.
Nelson Mandela, the former president of the Nobel laureate, spent two-thirds of his term in prison before the fall of apartheid, a heritage site locally and on the UNESCO World Heritage List.