Cape Town is lovingly nick-named “The Mother City” because it is one of the oldest cities in South Africa. Apart from South Africa’s history as a whole, Cape Town has seen many happenings throughout the many years, such as the Dutch settlers who occupied the Cape in 1652 and before that were Portuguese discoverers in 1488.
Today Cape Town has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world with Table Mountain being one of the World’s New Seven Wonders of Nature. Cape Town also boasts an array of natural fauna and flora as well as countless attractions everything from shopping centres to restaurants and outdoor adventures.
If you’re looking to purchase a holiday home or simply an extra investment then, then Cape Town is a great option for you and your family. You will find a variety of properties whether you’re looking for something higher on the mountainside, or whether you’re looking for a seaside view. There are also leafy suburban areas and security estates and new property developments throughout the province.
The province of Western Cape has an array of child care facilities for little ones (pre-schools and creches), schools both public and private schools (primary and secondary), as well as tertiary institutions such as The University of Cape Town (UCT), University of Western Cape (UWC), and Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
When it comes to transportation getting by without a car is simple, with easy access to the Metrorail (train service), Golden Arrow (bus services) and taxis.