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Capetonians label their home the 'World's Most Beautiful City', and they wouldn’t be too wrong. With the architecture of Long Street, wine acreage of nearby Stellenbosch, breath-taking views of and from Table Mountain, distant Cape Point where 'two oceans meet', Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, and a smorgasbord of nightlife & African foods, the ‘Mother City’ inspires and captivates. Newlands too is somewhat idyllic for five glorious days of cricket from the delights of your comfy embankment chair.
We could spend 17 nights in Cape Town and still not cover everything as such we are only spending seven at our hotel opposite the station where you take the Metro to and from the game at your convenience. Having toured Cape Town for 21 years, many prefer to do different things thus we haven’t included any day trips, leaving it all up to you, including your airport arrival.
Landing at Cape Town International Airport please make your own way to the hotel (if you haven't booked a hotel transfer) using any of the convenient methods including MyCiti Bus, which operates on dedicated routes as trams do, just without the rails. It's 25km to the city centre with another pleasant 2km stroll to the Waterfront from the hotel (or you could take MyCiti).
With 5 days free after Port Elizabeth, consider driving the Garden Route to Cape Town including Cape Agulhas the southern most point in Africa. Arrive 2 days before the Test and then stay 2 or 3 days after to tick the box on signature Western Cape attractions before heading to Johannesburg for the 4th Test at irrepressible Wanderer’s ‘Bull Ring’.