Meander through Sea Point, the city’s first ‘commuter suburb’ and now a recognised Orthodox Jewish community. Enroute, see the sweeping silhouette of the Cape Town Stadium before passing through the central business district along Adderley Street. The City Hall is next up. Located on the Grand Parade, this is where Nelson Mandela made his first public speech after his release from prison.
Drive past the Castle of Good Hope, a Provincial Heritage Site and the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa. Visit the Company Gardens to take in the floral and surrounding landmarks, which include the Slave Lodge, present-day Houses of Parliament and St George’s Cathedral.
Visit the Noon Gun to witness the historical time signal before heading to the cobblestoned hills of the Malay Quarter to marvel at the ice-cream colours of the quaint Bo-Kaap homes. Your final stop is at a jewellery showroom where you can witness the process of cutting and polishing a diamond.