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Cape Town is a city unlike any other, surrounded by mountain ranges and facing straight out across the Atlantic Ocean. Nature is never far away, with Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope both nearby, but the city itself has plenty of urban flair, with a world-class restaurant scene, chic stores, and modern art galleries. Pristine beaches like Camps Bay, Llandudno Beach, and the four Clifton beaches draw vacationers and surfers alike, but it’s not all about the coast. If you travel inland, you will soon arrive in South Africa’s wine country, where renowned wineries provide tours and, of course, tastings.
Cape Town is easily accessible because of its big international airport, which receives flights from many of the world’s major cities. The beaches of Cape Town are at their busiest between December and February, although the weather remains warm and sunny until April. For those who are less interested in hot weather, the crisp, colder days of May and June are ideal for sightseeing and hiking. If whale watching is important to you, make your trip between July and September.