Cape Town is a dynamic African city that offers many of the Frills of European living while still giving that truly African feeling.
From breakfast at a German bakery to lunch at an Italian deli, with a stop at a Cape Malay samoosa vendor, this city has a little something for everyone, nevermind the concerts hosted at our very own botanical gardens on a warm summer’s weekend day.
If you are an outdoors person, the city offers a wide range of outdoor activities that suit all levels of skill. From leisurely strolls on the Camps bay beach, hardcore mountain climbing to kayaking with dolphins, there is always a natural feature to consider when living in the Mother City.
The Meditteranean climate of the city also makes it easy to enjoy long warm summer days and a rainy winter locked up with a warm fire.
Cape Town is also home to some of the most exquisite and downright jaw-dropping homes on the entire continent. With sea-facing houses nestled on the foothills of Table mountain, it’s easy to see why everyone wants to move to Cape Town.
There are many international and local schools to consider if moving to this city. The public transport setup is of a much higher standard than anywhere else in South Africa. The City of Cape Town is estimated to spend around ZARR6 billion annually on infrastructure projects, and is estimated to have a complete fibre network in the metropolitan area by the end of 2022. This city is proving what African cities can really be like, making the Cape Town lifestyle highly sought after by many.