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Cape Town City Pass

The Capetown City Pass allows you to discover Cape Town in a relaxed and budget-friendly way. Pre-booked tickets for popular sights such as the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway and a guided boat tour to Robben Island make your city trip hassle-free. Experience the sights of Cape Town from the hop-on hop-off bus, a 24-hour ticket is included in your city pass. You can add an airport transfer as an extra to your card.

What’s more, your Table Mountain Cableway ticket is valid for seven days because in adverse weather condition the Cablecar service is suspended. This allows you to pick the best day weatherwise for your trip to the Table Mount. Your Capetown City Pass affords you to pre-book your boat trip to Robben Island, the island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for many years. This trip is very popular and often sold out. That’s why you are asked to state the date of your visit to the island when making a booking. This way you are ensured of a reservation.

The Capetown Pass is the perfect way to customize your city trip. The big advantage is that the Capetown Card is not limited to 24 or 48 hours or has other restrictions. You decide what you want to visit and when so that you can enjoy the sights and attraction in Cape Town at your own pace.

Free Public Transport

A hop-on hop-off tour with free audioguide is included in your Captetown City Pass: the perfect way to see the most important sights of the city. If you want to start your CapeTown City trip in a relaxed way, pay an extra 15 euro for your airport transfer. A comfortable taxi takes you to your hotel.


Besides free entrance to the most important attractions of Cape Town and free hop-on hop-off bus tour, your Capetown City Pass alllows you numerous discounts. As soon as you have purchased your city pass, you will receive your discount code. This permits you a 20% discount on other attractions and museums or safaris or a wine tour.


  • Free ticket for the world-famous Table Mountain Aerial Cableway (valid for 7 days)
  • Free tour to Robben Island Museum where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for many years
  • Free one-day ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus
  • Discounts on attractions, museums safaris and wine tasting
  • Add, as an extra, an airport transfer for a safe and comfortable taxi ride to the city centre

How does the Capetown City Pass work?

Purchase your Capetown City Pass online. There is no need to physically collect your citypass in Cape Town. Wen making your booking, you will be asked to fill in the date of your intended visit to Robben Island because this is a popular place and visited by many. After your booking, you will receive tickets for the Robben Island Tour, the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway and the hop-on hop-off bus. You will also receive a code which allows you discounts at other museums, attractions, tours and excursions.

Cape Town

Cape Town is the capital city of the Western Cape province. The city is the legislative capital of South-Africa. Cape Town is famous for its natural setting on Table Bay with the Table Mountain as its backdrop. It is a multicultural and lively city and popular with tourists. Its mild, moderately wet winters and dry, warm summers make Cape Town an ideal destination for a city trip.

Sights of Cape Town

Cape Town is best known for the 100 m high Table Mountain which offers a sweeping view of the city. Another highlight is Robben Island, the island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for almost twenty years. A visit to the colourful neighbourhood of Bo-Kaap should be high on your list. This township is famous for its brightly coloured houses and cobbled streets. The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is home to more than 400 shops, from fashion to homeware and from jewellery to audio-visual equipment. The V&A Waterfront is also a working harbour where you can watch fishing boats bringing in fresh fish and hugh container ships being towed in by small tugboats. Be sure to go on an excursion to the Cape of Good Hope; a rocky headland where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet.