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Red City Tour
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The Pinnacle Building, c/o Burg & Castle Streets, Cape Town


Tel + 27 21 487 6800

Daily Opening Hours

SUMMER (October–March)
Mon–Fri: 08h00 – 18h00
Sat: 08h30 - 14h00
Sun: 09h00 – 13h00
Public holidays:
09h00 - 13h00

WINTER (April-September)
Mon-Fri: 08h00 – 17h30
Sat: 08h30 – 13h00
Sun: 09h00 – 13h00
Public holidays:
09h00 – 13h00

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Not applicable


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  • Explore Green Market Square where you’ll find interesting treasures.

  • Do you know all the colours of the flowers at the Adderly Street flower sellers’ stand?


Get 10% discount on your next City Sightseeing tour elsewhere in the world + All discounts on the back of your bus ticket are valid throughout your stay in Cape Town!


For all your Tourist Needs

The Red City Tour & Blue Mini Peninsula Tour will take you to Cape Town Tourism, a leading authority on Cape Town travel.

› Receive helpful advice from who better than local staff
› Get directions to the best places to eat and shop by picking up a few maps on offer or by using our easy to read online Cape Town maps.
› Discover what attractions and current events are happening in and around the Mother City

Cape Town Tourism offers invaluable advice to make your holiday in the Mother City and surrounding areas an unforgettable one. Their fully Capetonian staff can offer invaluable advice on accommodation, activities and popular Cape Town sightseeing attractions as well as directions to the best restaurants and shopping destinations. Visitors are also welcome to make use of the brochures and publications available.

Cape Town Information

› See why Cape Town is one of the world’s top tourist destination
› Plan your visit with the wide variety of brochures and publications on offer
› Learn how to find your way around Cape Town

If the question of “why Cape Town?” ever crossed your mind, you’ll find all you need to know and more at Cape Town Tourism and discover why Cape Town is a “must see” on every tourist’s list visiting South Africa.

Cape Town Tourism has plenty brochures and publications for visitors to read, making sure you don’t miss Table Mountain, The V&A Waterfront, Robben Island, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens the Cape Town Wine Routes, to name a few.

They’ll also help you find your way around the Cape Town region by showing you how the region is divided into four tourism areas - Cape Town Central, Cape Town North, Cape Town South and Cape Town East.

You’ll discover how the unique topography of the region makes it easy to orientate yourself as long as you remember that with Table Mountain behind you and Robben Island before you, you are facing north, looking across Table Bay and up the west coast of Africa.

Your Cape Town Trip Advisor

› Relax with some refreshments from the Cape Town Tourism restaurant
› Catch up on emails or search for more Cape Town info online
› Let their agents do all your bookings for you

Sit back and enjoy reading all your information on Cape Town and on leaving, hop back on the topless bus for even more interesting sightseeing facts with our 14-channel multi-language system as your guide. Together with City Sightseeing and Cape Town Tourism you can be rest assured knowing that we will make certain that you get the best out of your stay.

Other places to see when in this area include the Michaelis Collection in the Old Town House - one of the most exquisite little art museums in the country.

And you cannot visit Cape Town and not visit one of its oldest and the city’s best-loved flea market, The Green Market Square.

Or if you’re looking for fun vibes and an excuse to stay out all night in Cape Town, Long Street is the party capital of the Mother City. 

› Buy a 1- or 2-Day Ticket and go on the Blue Mini Peninsula Tour, now with a FREE wine tour of Groot Constantia and Eagles' Nest

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