28 Upper Kloof Street Higgovale (0.4 km from Castle of Good Hope)
Offering views of the city the harbor and Table Mountain Rosedene Guest House is situated in the suburb of Gardens in Cape Town. The individually decorated en suite rooms offer a minibar a TV and tea-and-coffee making facilities.
(0.5 km from Castle of Good Hope)
5 Church Square Cape Town City Cent (0.6 km from Castle of Good Hope)
Located less than 1 km from Long Street Labotessa Boutique Hotel provides rooms with air conditioning in Cape Town. In a prime location in the City Bowl district this hotel is situated 3.6 km from V&A Waterfront.
47 Buitenkant St Zonnebloem Cape To (0.6 km from Castle of Good Hope)
Located just 3.2 km from Robben Island Ferry Secure Studio Apartment: Great Central Location provides accommodation in Cape Town with access to an outdoor swimming pool a fitness centre as well as a 24-hour front desk. It is set 4.
9 Barrack Street (0.6 km from Castle of Good Hope)
Located in the heart of Cape Town Parliament Hotel is just over 600 metres from St. George’s Cathedral. The Cape Town International Convention Center is 5 minutes' drive and the V&A Waterfront a 10-minute drive away.
47 Buitenkant Street (0.6 km from Castle of Good Hope)
Offering a fitness centre and city view Urban Oasis At The Four Seasons is located in Cape Town 4.3 km from V&A Waterfront and 5 km from CTICC. The air-conditioned accommodation is 3.
Best Western Cape Suites Hotel is located at the foot of Table Mountain offering impressive views across Cape Town.
Set in Cape Town Urban Oasis Aparthotel and Spa offers accommodation with free WiFi and flat-screen TV as well as a bar.
106 On Adderley Student Accommodation is a popular choice amongst travelers in Cape Town whether exploring or just passing through.
Situated in the centre of Cape Town within 3.3 km of V&A Waterfront and 5 km of CTICC St Georges 304 by CTHA is an accommodation offering city views.
Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Cape Town City Center Kimbo Lodge Backpackers promises a relaxing and wonderful visit.
Kings in Cape Hotel is a popular choice amongst travelers in Cape Town whether exploring or just passing through.
Stop at Cartwrights Corner to discover the wonders of Cape Town.
Boasting a patio with pool views a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre Adderley Terraces J10 by CTHA can be found in Cape Town close.
Situated in Cape Town this apartment features an outdoor pool. The unit is 700 metres from Long Street and offers free WiFi.
Right in the heart of Cape Town this air-conditioned apartment offers free fibre optic internet and household amenities such as a dishwasher and.
Located in Cape Town within 2.8 km of Robben Island Ferry and 3.
Perspectives is situated in the Cape Town CBD district of Cape Town 6 km from Table Mountain 6 km from CTICC and 500 metres from Parliament.
Urban Oasis at Perspectives offers self-catering accommodation in Cape Town less than 5 minutes' walk from the South African Parliament and 800.
At St. George's Mall is a studio apartment located in the heart of Cape Town.
The Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town, South Africa is a remarkable fortress that stands as one of the oldest monuments in the country. Built by the Dutch East India Company in 1666, it was intended to serve as a gateway and to protect their ships from possible attacks by local rulers. Originally designed with five bastions, the castle has now been transformed into a museum that displays an array of historical artifacts and rare treasures. Inside you can explore dungeons and underground tunnels that have been left behind from centuries ago. The castle also offers amazing views of Table Mountain and the harbor below. It's a great spot for sightseeing and to learn more about South African history.
At its core, the Castle of Good Hope stands as an enduring symbol of colonial power, but it has also come to stand as a beacon of hope for many people who visit. Steeped in myth and legend, it's seen many pivotal moments throughout its long history including during World War II when the British used it as a stronghold against Nazi forces advancing on Cape Town. During Apartheid it became an important rallying point for Afrikaners opposing colonialism. Today visitors to this ancient fortification can explore its many exhibits, see artifacts from olden days or simply take in stunning views from its battlements.