Pension in Cape Town
Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa, and is the Southern most city in all of Africa! There is plenty to do and see in this fascinating city. Be sure to visit the country's oldest building, the Castle of Good Hope. Built in the 17th century, it houses a museum, art gallery, and even a restaurant. Also a must-see destination in Cape Town is Robben Island. Once a jail for political prisoners, Robben Island held Nelson Mandela there during apartheid and his cell can be toured today by visitors. There are plenty of exciting opportunities for outdoor recreation in Cape Town, including diving, hiking, swimming, and surfing. Table Mountain offers stunning natural beauty and incredible views from the top, which can be reached either by a hike or by cable car for the less adventurous. False Bay, St. James, and Fish Hoek area all great beach destinations, thanks to their white sandy shores. There are also many famous wineries in and around Cape Town, so wine lovers should consider stopping in one for a wine tasting session.
Stay in an affordable pension in the heart of Cape Town!
Rather than yet another overpriced generic chain hotel, or a chaotic hostel, consider staying in a pension in Cape Town on your next holiday. Pensions are warm and comfortable accommodations that allow travelers to experience the culture and richness of the local people. The pensions are hosted by native residents, who can give you advice on local attractions, traditional restaurants, or just join you for a glass of South African wine and tell you a little about the area's history! To find the best pensions, use Wimdu. The Wimdu website is simple to use, and has an extensive selection of accommodation options.