CITY – HALF DAY
Tour Code: FC01
Drive through the city via the Bo-Kaap, or Cape Malay Quarter (so named for those peoples exiled to the Cape from Dutch colonies in the East).
Leave our vehicle for a historical walk through the Company Gardens, the original fresh produce garden for visiting ships and locals from the mid 17th Century and today, home to the SA Museum, Cultural History Museum, Houses of Parliament, National Gallery and St George’s Cathedral.
Stroll through the city to Greenmarket Square to browse African mementos at its bustling market stalls.
Drive to the Castle, the oldest building in South Africa with its collection of Old Cape paintings and take in the Grand Parade where Nelson Mandela addressed the nation on his release in 1990.
Move on to the District Six Museum to view a moving collection of stories, pictures and memorabilia highlighting the colourful life of this suburb which now stands empty, due to the destruction of homes and forced removal of residents during the height of the Apartheid era.
Inclusions: Entrance fees for all City Entrances, Bottled Water. Excludes Lunch, Table Mountain.