Art, Food, and Beach Life Have Catapulted This South African City to Must-Visit Status

Published On 03/06/2020 Published On 03/06/2020
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Cape Town has risen above its past to become a vibrant, welcoming cultural hub. | Christopher Loh/Moment/Getty
There are easier ways to get a bird's eye view. | Adrian Wojcik /EyeEm/Getty
Camps Bay is Cape Town's buzzing beach neighborhood. | Brian Eden/Moment/Getty
Colorful homes are a Bo-Kapp signature. | James Strachan/The Image Bank/Getty
Robben Island is a reminder that some history should never be repeated. | Michael Cook - Altai World Photography/Moment Open/Getty
The V&A Waterfront offers prime shopping and people-watching. | Peter Adams/Stone/Getty
Neighbourgoods Market Cape Town is a weekend market overflowing with street food. | Neighbourgoods Market Cape Town
The Test Kitchen serves up African/Japanese fusion for those lucky enough to get a reservation. | The Test Kitchen
Table Mountain is a world apart from the city below. | Matt Hausmann/EyeEm/Getty