Cape Town, otherwise known as The Mother City, has no shortage of interesting places to visit. It all depends on your budget and your interests. A visit to Table Mountain is always top of the list, whether you are a local or international. The aerial views of the city coastline are breath-taking. On the eastern slopes of Table Mountain lies Kirstenbosch Gardens which is recognized internationally as one of the seven most magnificent botanical gardens in the world. Its 128m long walkway offers beautiful views of the gardens.

A culinary pit stop worth visiting is Market on the Wharf. With a diverse range of tastes under one roof, take your time and savour what they have one offer. From macaroons, Mexican burritos, seafood, chocolate and traditional African cuisine, your taste buds will have a hard time deciding.

The company gardens on Queen Victoria street in Cape Town have locals camping out every day, with a bag of snacks to enjoy on the lawns or benches, and even a packet of peanuts to hand out to the squirrels. Within walking distance from this historic landmark, you have the District Six Museum as well as the National Gallery which showcase both local and international art.

Many people visit Cape Town for a short business trip or holiday and end up falling in love with the gorgeous city and relocate! Very often they find themselves looking at houses for sale in Stellenbosch, right in the middle of wine country.

Regardless of your interests Cape Town has something to offer everyone.