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Cape Town City Centre Walking Experience

Enjoy beautiful scenery combined with historical sites.


This unique walk through the city includes sites such as The Castle of Good Hope built by the Dutch, Cape Town City Hall, the Grand Parade, where Nelson Mandela first addressed the nation as a free man after 27 years in jail, and Church Square, where slaves would wait for their owners under the slave tree.


You’ll then visit the Slave Lodge, devoted to the history and experience of slaves and their descendants in the Cape, Greenmarket Square, with a daily crafts and souvenir market, surrounded by the Old Town House and art-deco architecture, and St George’s Cathedral, known as the people’s cathedral for its role against Apartheid.


End your walk through Cape Town by visiting the Bo-Kaap with its colourful houses and narrow cobbled streets, the Western Cape High Court, Company’s Gardens, South African Museum, South African National Gallery, Old Synagogue, Houses of Parliament, St Mary’s Cathedral and the District Six Museum.


  • Departs Wednesdays, subject to availability & favourable weather conditions

  • Includes return transfers from Cape Town City Centre Hotels, expert local guide, iconic sights in Cape Town

  • Departs 08h00 and ends 15h00 on Wednesdays

  • Duration 7 hours

  • Wear comfortable walking shoes and sunscreen/hat

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  • Fully guided tour

  • Visit Cape Town’s iconic landmarks

  • Experience the heart and soul of Cape Town 



R990 per person 

  • Lunch and beverages for own account 

  • Includes return transfers from Cape Town City Centre Hotels with expert local guide

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