Where is the best area to stay in Cape Town?
Cape Town is one of the most famous and iconic cities in the world, which is largely thanks to the dominating and spectacular presence of Table Mountain as well as other mountains that make this city so strikingly mesmerising. Cape Town itself offers a wide variety of tourist attractions like historic places, gardens, beaches, diverse neighbourhoods, museums, art galleries and there are various activities that you can do including surfing, windsurfing, swimming, snorkelling, free diving, shark cage diving, hiking, mountain climbing, wine tasting and much more. Cape Town is also home to many different cultures from native Zulus to Muslims and Europeans, which only add to this wonderful spectacle of a city.
The best areas to stay in Cape Town are the Gardens and Tamboerskloof areas as both are incredibly central and are within walking distance of the city centre as well as a couple of superb beaches and Table Mountain National Park just behind you. They also have tourist attractions located inside their neighbourhoods and there are plenty of bars, restaurants, shops, hotels and clubs to check out. Even though they are located next to each other, both neighbourhoods have their own individual styles and characters, which appeal to all sorts of tourists.