Cape Town's seafront is lined with many shops and restaurants.
This is the most visited tourist destination in the country. Every year it attracts visitors, mainly foreign tourists, in their droves.
The city takes its name from the Cape of Good Hope, which is some 30 miles to the south of the historical centre.
This mountain in the Western Cape province overlooks the city, and is flanked by three other peaks: Lion's Head and Signal Hill to the left, and Devil's Peak to the right.
To get to the top, tourists with energy to burn can walk. Alternatively, there is a cable car.
Robben Island is Dutch for 'Seal Island'. It was named in this way because of the large number of seals in the sea around the island.
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