FREE "infotaining" walking Tours of Cape Town's CBD

While visiting Cape Town, whether you are looking for historical walking tours, want to have fun or just want an opportunity to meet nice people, you should take one of our tours to see the city’s CBD. Tours are educative while fun and light and run on tips alone.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Enthusiastic and hilarious local guides!
  • Company’s Garden
  • Parliament
  • Green Market Square
  • The Castle of Good Hope
  • The Slave Lodge.
  • St George’s Cathedral
  • The Cape High Court

THE EXPERIENCE:

Embark on a cultural tour of Cape Town that tells the fascinating story of the city’s maritime history, apartheid struggle and cosmopolitan present. Walk through the heart of the city, including historical Greenmarket Square, where artists and traders connect from all corners of Africa. Also visit City Hall, the large Edwardian building where Nelson Mandela made his first speech to the nation as a free man. Stop at the Company’s Garden, which was the home of Cape Town’s first farm and today houses many landmark historical and architectural buildings and museums.

An added perk to our tours, is that our seasoned guides will share other nearby Cape Town attractions, suggest activities which might be of interest to you, share personal favourite spots worth a visit and recommend great places to eat, shop and explore.

DID YOU KNOW:

European settlement of the Cape of Good Hope and of South Africa, began with the Company’s Garden. This garden sustained sailors and the community through its production of fruit and vegetables. Greenmarket Square, built in 1696, has served as a slave market, a vegetable market and a parking lot before becoming the bustling market it is today. Cape Town City Hall, built in 1905, was designed as the result of a public competition. It was conceived as the centre of city administration and the auditorium was a regular venue for political rallies and public gatherings.

No need to book, just arrive and sign up at Motherlands Coffee Shop. Tours run 365 days a year at 11am and 2pm. Look out for our green umbrellas.

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Address:

Motherland Coffee Company, Mandela Rhodes Place, Corner Wale Street and Georges Mall, Cape Town

Telephone:

+27 76 636 9007