The end of the world. Cape Town evokes the Cape of Good Hope of course, the southern tip of Africa where the oceans collide with each other, digging into the seaside landforms into steep coasts of wild beauty. But Cape Town is also a vibrant, titanic, sophisticated, cosmopolitan and mixed-race city, dominated by the bewitching Table Moutain, at the top constantly draped in clouds. The atmospheres that it shelters are as diverse as its districts: the industrialist Woodstock with its former factories covered with graffiti and reinvested by artists, the historic Bo-Kaap, the modern Silo, the central and administrative CBD of course, the popular townships too, not to mention the iconic Waterfront and Sea Point, ideal for strolling... The Cape Town tour guide will take you to the Gardens district, also a temple of celebration, and then to Camps Bay, its golden beaches with splendid villas where you can enjoy magnificent sunsets. In terms of architecture, we are dealing with a patchwork of flowered gardens, Art Deco, colonial buildings with outdated charm and street art, all over the place, while gastronomy is declined around a thousand spicy flavours. A trip to Cape Town would not be complete without a visit to the world-famous wine valley. Surfers will not be left out either! Finally, due to South Africa, the surroundings of the southern city are home to a breathtaking natural profusion, and penguins, whales, sharks, dolphins, baboons, ostriches are never far away... A passage through Cape Town certainly calls for a second one!