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Cape Town is a dream destination for locals and foreigners alike. The Mother City endears itself to all who have visited her idyllic shores. Azure seas lap white sandy beaches, the vibrant city pulses with majestic Table Mountain as her backdrop, and hometown pride runs thick through the colourful locals.

Cape Town has always been a firm favourite as a travel destination for South Africans and foreigners alike. Voted the number 1 tourist destination in 2011, the fair Cape has a lot to offer any type of traveller. If you’re looking for affordability when it comes to booking your Cape Town trip, then you’re in no better place – Travelstart offers cheap flights to Cape Town and the ability to compare airline ticket prices across all the major airlines offering daily Cape Town flights. Compare Cape Town flight prices on 1time, Kulula, Mango, SAA and British Airways Comair.

The Main Attractions

No matter who you are or what day of the week it is, there’s something for everyone in Cape Town - the pretty city.

Share a scrumptious seafood platter or shop up a storm at the V&A Waterfront. Take a ferry to Robben Island and experience firsthand South Africa’s controversial history. Indulge yourself in a wine route tour and return to town just in time for Cape Town’s nightlife to come alive – wander up Long Street and familiarize yourself with the sights, sounds, fashions and passions of this famous road.

Cape Town Airport

All Cape Town flights land at Cape Town International Airport. Perfectly situated between the CBD and the wine route, you’ll never have to drive too far once you land. In true easygoing Mother City style, Cape Town Airport offers convenient transfers whether you’re headed straight to town for meetings or a party, or going to Stellenbosch for some much needed R&R.

Car Rental

Rent a car at Cape Town Airport if you want to be independent. Just remember to ditch the car for those wine tours when the road home can seem a little wobbly. Use Travelstart to compare car hire prices in Cape Town from all the major suppliers at the airport.

Hotels and Accommodation

Hotel accommodation in Cape Town is plentiful and ranges from family run guesthouses and B&Bs to five star international hotels and backpackers.

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Best Time to Visit

Cape Town is a laid-back type of town, with its Mediterranean type weather pattern allowing beautifully hot, dry summer days; eased by a dip in the cool Atlantic. Winters are mild with intermittent rain and some cold weather; perfect for sitting fireside at a Wine Estate or visiting one of the many food and craft markets.

The colder winters usually mean the city is quieter. There’s still plenty to do and those mild, clear winter days present the perfect opportunity to go on a hike. In summer you’ll see a whole different side to the Mother City. Long days on the beach ease into sundowners on Clifton Beach or a sunset cruise from the V&A Waterfront. Whether you’re a winter person or a summer person you’ll love Cape Town. Summers kick in properly around December and last until about mid-April, while wintery conditions are felt from May through September.

The peak travel season is from November to February so plan ahead if you want cheap flights to Cape Town. Booking your Cape Town flights online can save you time and money; simply use the handy flight search engine on this page to find the Cape Town flights that best suit your budget.

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