Beautiful shots of Cape Town. Through the centuries Cape Town has grown up into a most beautiful, bustling and cosmopolitan city. It is the 10th most populous city in Africa. Cape Town is also one of the world’s most culturally diverse cities. Next time you are looking for a place to go, put Cape Town on top of your list!
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0:12 Seaside, the city and the beauty
The neighbourhoods of Cape Town:
Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts, and design.
Seen in the drone shots of Woodstock are;
The Woodstock Exchange,
The Trafalgar Swimming Pool,
The Palms Market,
The Cat’s Meow.
Bo-Kaap is bursting with culture. This multicultural district is also known as the Malay Quarter, after the large Malay population which has settled there. The quarter is a network of charming streets, each revealing a mix of architecture and culture that makes the area unique. Walk around the area’s cobbled streets and discover the Bo-Kaap Museum and delve into delicious curries that are served up in simple Malay eateries.
Seen in the drone shots of Bo-Kaap are;
The Heritage Square,
The Battery Park,
The Bo-Kaap Museum.
Waterfront is right in middle of Cape Town’s harbour, set against the magnificent backdrop that is Table Mountain. The V&A Waterfront is a big attraction for locals and tourists alike, drawn there for the world famous view and the social buzz of the cafes and restaurants.
Seen in the drone shots of Waterfront are;
The Nobel Square,
The V&A Food Market,
The Two Oceans Aquarium,
The Cape Town Dragon Boat,
The Iziko Maritime Museum,
The Cape Quarter,
The Chavonnes Battery Museum,
The Waterfront Amphitheatre.
Camps Bay has a friendly, fun-loving young atmosphere and is home to welcoming locals who like the laid back lifestyle of the coastal district. It is a fantastic spot for a refreshing ocean swim.
Seen in the drone shots of Camps Bay are;
Camps Bay Beach,
Camps Bay Pipe Track walk,
Studio G Art Gallery,
Theatre on the Bay.
Kalk Bay is one of the world’s coolest neighbourhoods. A gem on the False Bay coastline, the area is known for its raw beauty, interesting shops, vast selection of restaurants and stunning views.
Seen in the drone shots of Kalk Bay are;
Cape to Cuba,
Kalk Bay Park,
Kalk Bay Theatre,
Dalebrook Tidal Pool,
Kalk Bay Modern Gallery,
Kalk Bay Books,
Kalk Bay CO-OP.
Hout Bay is a popular tourist attraction. It boasts a beautiful white-sand beach where people laze and walk their dogs, a bustling marina, art galleries, restaurants, and a working harbour that serves its thriving tuna, snoek and crayfish industry.
Seen in the drone shots of Hout Bay are;
Bay Harbour Market,
Chapman’s Peak Drive.
Green Point is where you will find the Cape Town Stadium which was built for the World Cup in 2010. It is close to Cape Town’s big attractions, such as Sea Point and the beaches in Clifton. Nightlife is a big draw to the district with its liberal, social scene which welcomes everyone into the area’s bars and clubs.
Seen in the drone shots of Green Point are;
The Green Point Stadium,
Green Point Lighthouse,
The Artem Centre.
Sea Point is home to a multitude of people and religions and has some of the most expensive homes in the city. The perfect area for foodies, Sea Point is where you will find various types of cuisine along the beach front, especially freshly caught grilled fish served alongside a glass of South African wine.
Seen in the drone shots of Sea Point are;
Atlantic Seaboard Beaches,
Charles Darwin’s Rocks,
Sea Point Promenade.
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