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Approximately 3,400,000 people live in this part of South Africa.
It lies 30 miles away from Grotto Bay, and 810 miles away from Pretoria, the country's capital.
If you know of Cape Town, you'll almost certainly know about Table Mountain and Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. Why not seize the opportunity to check them out?
A trip to Ratanga Junction or World of Birds is a perfect chance for a bit of quality time with the family. Are the kids still up for more? Don't stop yet. Keep them busy with a trip to the Redberry Farm and the Cape Town Film Studios.
Lean your forehead on the glass and observe a variety of underwater creatures as they swim around the tanks at Two Oceans Aquarium.
Both youngsters and adults will enjoy getting up close to the collection of intriguing animals at Giraffe House Wildlife Awareness Centre and the Butterfly World Tropical Garden. The Monkey Town Primate Centre is another attraction which aims to teach visitors about the importance of animal care and conservation.
Round up your group and head on over to the Newlands Brewery for a beer or three. Their tap range is more than enticing, so make sure you free up at least a couple of hours!
Feel your seat rattle as the expert racers at the Killarney Race Circuit battle it out for the top spot on the podium. These finely-tuned engines are sure to impress.
Those with a penchant for good wine should spend some time exploring the region's superb vineyards. A range of tempting drops are available at the Spier Wine Estate and the Zevenwacht Wine Estate. You can also sit back, relax and sample the liquid treasures at the Vergelegen Wine Estate and the Steenberg Wine Estate.
After high-stakes table games and an energetic atmosphere? Look no further than the GrandWest Casino & Entertainment World! It's the perfect venue to start a night out!
This destination takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are a number of places where you can go and look at botanic species from both local and international environments. A relaxed afternoon spent strolling through the manicured gardens at the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens and the Arderne Gardens is a must. For those travellers who are more dedicated, the University of Stellenbosch Botanical Garden and Bishopsford Bonsai Nursery also have some pleasing displays.
Cape of Good Hope and Signal Hill are excellent places to lap up some sun, indulge in a picnic or just settle back and people-watch. You can also get outside and get moving at Lions Head or Cape Point.
Start your Cape Town experience at Go That Way Tourist Info Centre. The friendly staff can provide you with advice and information about things to do in and around the city.
The peaceful murmurs of lapping water and chirping waterbirds at Rondevlei Nature Reserve and Blue Rock Adventure Park guarantee you a relaxing day out. Eskom Palmiet Visitor Centre is a third natural waterway that's worthy of a day out.
Take a trip to Boulders Beach and Sunset Beach and let the salty wind and sounds of the seabirds quiet your mind. Hout Bay Beach and Big Bay Beach are also frequented by many visitors.
If you want to recharge those batteries, you'll discover plenty of nature reserves to explore. Ease your way into it with a breath of fresh, clean air at Robben Island or Devils Peak. Chapmans Peak and Featherbed Nature Reserve are two more that are worth checking out.
If you want to learn something new or even just escape a rainy day, the South African National Gallery and the District Six Museum ought to be on your itinerary. Enquire about group tours or study the captivating displays in your own time. Museum nerds should also check out the Old Town House and South African Astronomical Observatory.
Learn about the seafaring past of the area while taking in the salt-encrusted artefacts that are housed at the Union Castle House.
Science nerds will be in seventh heaven at the Cape Town Science Centre, where an entire range of intriguing scientific artefacts and contraptions are just waiting to be examined.
We're not exactly sure how the Cape Town Museum and the Slave Lodge have managed to accumulate so many of this planet's fascinating treasures into just two buildings. A stop at either will thrill you for hours on end. When it comes to the natural world you'll never see everything, but you shouldn't let that stop you from trying! For even more unusual specimens, add the South African Museum and Planetarium to your itinerary.
In a destination that is bursting at the seams with terrific art collections, the AVA Gallery and the What If The World manage to shine brighter than the rest. More bright canvases and inventive sculptures await you at the Art in the Forest and the Irma Stern Museum.
Get a glimpse into the influence that Cape Town's past events and characters had on the country, and sometimes the world, at the Bo Kaap Museum and the Rhodes Cottage Museum. The Hout Bay Museum and the Iziko Social History Resource Centre are also worth a trip for an even deeper insight into days gone by.
Time spent remembering history is never a worthless exercise. Let Castle of Good Hope and Clock Tower help you learn more about this destination's past. The University of Cape Town and the Rhodes Memorial are also worth spending some time at.
Organise a day out at Chavonnes Battery Museum and learn about the significance of this former stronghold. Built to withstand enemy attack, it's not hard to imagine the many battles that happened on the very spot you're standing!
Want to add a spiritual element to your escape? Stop by St. George's Cathedral and Groote Kerk. If you're eager to discover more, continue on to the Palm Tree Mosque and the Auwal Mosque.
They mightn't be the first things you put on your must-see list, but Houses of Parliament and the South Africa Library are still worth a peek. You shouldn't forget about the Van Ryn Brandy Cellar and the Save Our Seas Shark Education Centre either.