The first thing that comes to the mind of many when someone mentions Africa is the distinct wilderness associated with this place. While it’s true that you can have a great and memorable safari in some parts of Africa that will leave you feeling spiritual and in touch with nature, South Africa is actually a place full of mixed cultures and a lot of civilization.
Why the city did not disappoint
Among many of the country’s cities, Cape Town is probably its most popular, and certainly a gem. I was fortunate enough to visit Cape Town during my travels, and have not come to regret it. In fact, I’m considering returning there in the future as it hardly feels like I got to experience everything that the city has to offer.
The city also has no shortage of amazing sights to behold, mixing beautiful African nature with a contemporary design of its urban areas.
The cultural blend of Cape Town
Aside from the unique feel that the city had, unlike something you might expect from a place in Africa, I was also amazed by the blend of cultures there. Apparently, people from all over the world not only choose to visit it regularly but also make it their home, creating for a very interesting mixture of different backgrounds all brought together on a single piece of land, far away.