Romantic Things to Do in Cape Town Central

Top Couples' Activities & Romantic Things to Do in Cape Town Central, South Africa

Best Romantic Things to Do in Cape Town Central for Couples

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  • Linda J
    Atlanta, GA41 contributions
    Beautiful views of the entire city and coast. If the sky is clear go right away- they are not kidding when they say that the view can be quickly obstructed by clouds.
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • Linda J
    Atlanta, GA41 contributions
    Very touristy and overpriced but some good restaurants. We went there to catch the ferry to Robben Island and then walked around afterward for a few hours. There are much nicer places to spend time in Cape Town.
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • ashvparker
    Cape Town, South Africa6 contributions
    Of course Lion's head is free, other than the energy required to get up. However if you are looking for a hike, Lion's head is by far the easiest hike the gives the best of the Cape Town mountain views. Great to do for sunset and easy to get down under moonlight.
    Written 19 April 2022
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  • Sasha Alano
    Novo Hamburgo, RS68 contributions
    If you are in Cape Town you must drive down to Cape Point. The park entrance fee is quite high (360 rand pp), but it’s totally worth it. Go from Simons Town to enjoy the scenery road, and once there climb up or take the funicular to the Lighthouse. There is a walk to Cape Of Good Hope, it takes 1.5 hours to go and come back, we did not have the time but wish I could have done it.
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • vtmp
    Houston, TX70 contributions
    Breath taking sunset. A plus was that you got to see the night light of the city below and the table mountain silhouette. I went twice to see. Just to remind if you want to get a parking, you should got there an hour earlier so that you could pick a park and a spot to enjoy. Loved it
    Written 16 April 2022
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  • CRLsrating
    677 contributions
    Kids always seem to love aquariums, and our kids loved this place. We wanted to try to the diving experience but they have limited time spots available. Technically, the aquarium does not have the true junction between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
    Written 13 May 2022
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  • Linda E
    Beverly Hills, CA3 contributions
    I went through the museum with a guide who was displaced by the District Six devastating program. He personalized our tour and I would highly recommend that experience.
    Written 25 May 2022
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  • Nicola K
    Johannesburg, South Africa152 contributions
    Parking takes forever when it's a beautiful day in season, but it's worth the wait and the walk. No access for those who have mobility restrictions, as all beach access is via many stairs. Umbrellas and loungers available for hire on the beaches, take cash with you. Saves carrying extra weight up and down the stairs.
    Written 2 March 2022
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  • Eileen
    1 contribution
    Lovely little fishing town - well worth making a stop to walk around the shops, the beach and also the harbour area. Lots of good restaurants, we only visited two, but both were really good. We had no problem with safety, parked and walked to a restaurant one time, and had to ask for directions. Never felt unsafe.
    Interesting point - because it is on the other side of the mountain from Cape Town, the weather may be completely different! We woke up on a cloudy, overcast day in Llandudno, drove to Hout Bay and it was blue skies and sunny!
    Written 28 April 2022
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  • Liezel Wilson
    2 contributions
    Beautiful beach but very windy.

    Great place to take your dogs for a run. So much open space for them to go wild.
    Written 24 March 2022
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  • Jules
    Germany1 contribution
    If you are searching for a place to take impressive pictures or enjoy a walk surrounded by colorful houses- then this is the place for you.

    Bo-Kaap is an area in Cape Town which is known for its colorful and unique houses, which will definitely put a smile on your face :D
    I personally am always fascinated by pretty exterior design and fancy cities, so this area is definitely unforgettable.

    There were quite a few poor people though, who came up to us and begged for money, so I will recommend to still take extra care of your belongings, even in this doll town.
    Written 8 May 2022
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  • MCHands1972
    Vanderbijlpark, South Africa165 contributions
    When I think about Cape Town, my mind immediately takes me too the Saturday Market at the Old Biscuit Mill.

    A fantastic selection of international cuisines, great music and a fun environment, not to be missed by anyone of any age.

    Do yourself a favour and add this as a destination to visit on your next trip. You will not be disappointed
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • Daniel
    Greater Johannesburg, South Africa19 contributions
    This is a must do for everyone I think. The experience and rich history we received at Robben Ireland was inveluable. Our prison guide was a Robben Ireland detainee who spent 10 years Mr Itumeleng. He shared the history and his experience with a passion, giving is time for questions and pictures and videos it was indeed great. When done Thabo took us a tour of the whole Ireland by bus where he explained various land marks and history of various like Sobukwe house the kgwari etc. Thabo was also very passionate about explaining the various landmarks. The only draw back was a checking experience at VnA water front where security just dismissed everyone and told them to come at half pass when we have tickets that said 10h15. He didn't explain and we were all confused. Also directions to the ticket or meeting point at VnA are poor and had to ask various people to get there which is not great. All was world class once checked it all the way to the ferry to Ireland perfect.
    Written 26 March 2022
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  • Mark England
    South Africa52 contributions
    Such a great experience. A beautiful museum Wel looked after. Lots of fascinating details and a reminder why we must never forget crimes of the past. Helpful, insightful staff.
    Written 13 January 2022
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  • Priscilla G
    London, England, United Kingdom20 contributions
    We loved these gardens, which are a peaceful and shady haven in central Cape Town. Also a very nice way to walk, avoiding the very hot and busy streets.
    Written 9 March 2020
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