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World Cup 2010 South Africa - Cape Town Tourist Information

Cape Town is one of South Africa's best known cities and is home to almost 3 million people. More people visit Cape Town than any other South African city and visitors to Cape Town are rewarded with stunning scenery and a city geared very much towards travel and tourism.

The most powerful example of Cape Town's beauty is Table Mountain which provides a dramatic back drop to the city. As the name suggests, Table Mountain is a flat topped mountain almost two miles wide and over 1000 metres high at it's highest point. Table Mountain is a very popular tourist destination and the area offers many climbing and hiking routes. The Table Mountain Cableway rotates through 360 as it carries to the summit those too lazy to hike. From the top, views of the Cape Peninsula are breathtaking.

Cape Town waterfront

Accommodation in Cape Town and the Western Cape is plentiful. Workers in Western Cape and Cape Town hotels and guest houses, changed bed sheets 16 million times between them in 2004. Cape Town and the Western Cape offer accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets and with a warm climate all year round and good internal flight connections, Cape Town is an ideal base for World Cup tourists.

Flights to Cape Town are served by Cape Town International Airport - South Africa's second largest airport. 

2010 World Cup South Africa - Cape Town World Cup Fixtures

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2010 World Cup South Africa - Cape Town World Cup Stadium Information

A completely new stadium will be built in Cape Town for the 2010 World Cup finals. The new stadium will be a 68,000 state of the art complex set in an arresting location in the shadow of Table Mountain.

Cape Town Official Tourist Information Site

 

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