Aptly referred to as the City Bowl, the heart of the city is held in an enclosed basin formed between the Atlantic Ocean and the face of Table Mountain, flanked on one side by Lion’s Head and Signal Hill, and on the other by Devil’s Peak. From the busy sea port, through the business centre, and up into the more residential slopes, the city reveals its rich history and contemporary metropolitan character. Cape Town City Centre is made up of the Foreshore, CBD, Bo-Kaap, Gardens, Higgovale, Tamboerskloof, Oranjezicht, Vredehoek and Devil’s Peak.
Fondly known as the mother city, Cape Town lies in the arms of Table Mountain,one of the worlds most well known sites which was nominated as the 7th Wonder of the World. The heart of Cape Town's city, her centre, is one of the only major CBDs in South Africa, that has had a revival for both business and residential letting.
Cape Town has grown dramatically over the last few years and its mix of cultures makes it cosmopolitan. This is the business centre but it's also a chance to experience South Africa's past - the South African Museum, the Castle of Good Hope, Company Gardens, Government Avenue and other museums and galleries lining the centre of town.
Long Street is with its miix of African curios, antique shops, book shops and a bevy of coffee shops, restaurants and bistros makes it full of life and hussle and bussle. The famous Greenmarket Square is situated in the center and draws both visitors and locals alike.