Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa and may be the capital of the Western Cape Province, as well as being the legislative capital of South Africa.It is located in the south-west corner of the nation near the Cape of Good Hope, and is probably the most southern city in Africa. It is a stone’s throw from South Africa’s world-famous Cape Winelands around Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek.The summer months are from December to February. Days are usually hot, however the humidity is low, so it is not uncomfortable. You must stay inside or in the shade during the midday heat and use sufficient sun block.Cape Town International Airport is the second largest airport in South Africa. Summertime visitors rarely arrive at Cape Town without one or more day spent enjoying its Blue Flag-rated beaches, whether lounging with the bronze bodies in Camps Bay and Clifton, or snorkeling with penguins in Simonstown. There are lots of active pursuits for sale in Cape Town as well, from kayaking with whales in the Atlantic Ocean, to hiking up Table Mountain or in the Tokai Forest, to paragliding from Signal Hill to Camp’s Bay.If you enjoy extreme sports, paragliding, skydiving and shark cage diving are popular activities many enjoy. To get around, Uber can be quite a safe, affordable option, but when you wish to drive yourself, understand that you drive on the proper side of the car on the left side of the street.A trip up to the iconic landmark, Table Mountain, is absolutely worth your time. The more energetic may prefer to hike, but nobody’s judging if you plump for the cable car. Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art has the largest number of contemporary African art on the continent features works from all over the diaspora. London-based architect Thomas Heatherwick outdid himself in converting an abandoned grain silo into 80 galleries.An achingly trendy and wildly popular Saturday food market in Woodstock’s Biscuit Mill development, now home to a large number of independent businesses. It’s peak gentrification, but there’s no ignoring the quality of what’s on sale.The sheer variety of influences on South Africa’s cuisine is showcased at Neighbourgoods. Expect to snack your way through sets from biltong to Black Forest gâteau via fresh juices, coffee and craft beer. Lion’s Head; views, views, views. The sunsets are listed here are phenomenal, and a favorite for locals and visitors alike. If you’re the sort whose favorite shop is Decathlon do also consider adding the route up Lion’s Visit your holiday plans.