City Sightseeing Bus - Cape Town
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Directions to City Sightseeing Bus
The City Sightseeing busses run all day, every day, with over 30 exciting stops and with easy access to some of the city and peninsula's most popular attractions. Plan your trip and jump off at any one of the Cape's top attractions along the way.
The Red City Tour is the shorter of the two options, facilitating easy access to locations throughout the Cape Town city bowl, Atlantic Seaboard and Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, whereas the Blue Mini Peninsula Tour takes you slightly further, and offers easy access to Constantia wine estate, and a township visit in Hout Bay.
The busses offer commentary in 16 languages (including a kids channel), offering fascinating insight into your surroundings as you coast past them.
Where can you get tickets?
• Online: discounted online ticket vouchers are available by clicking on the Website link above.
• Directly on the bus.
What options are available?
There are two hop-on, hop-off ticket options that offer two exciting routes through Cape Town and its surrounds:
1 - Day valid ticket: Either the Red City Tour to Table Mountain or the Blue Mini Peninsula Tour via Kirstenbosch and Constantia Wine Tour
2 - Day valid ticket: Both the Red City Tour and the Blue Mini Peninsula Tour on consecutive days. This premium ticket includes free access to the Night Tour, the Canal Cruise and the Wine Tour.
- Night Tour: bring your picnic and watch the spectacular sunsets on the Atlantic coastline (non hop-on, hop-off; departs Stop 1 only)
Click here for more info on both City Sightseeing bus routes.
City Sightseeing also offers a great deal alongside Cape Town Helicopters for those looking to get an aerial perspective.
1 - Day Valid Ticket: Go on EITHER the Red OR Blue Tour
Adults: R 200 ( R180 online - click the Website link above)
Kids: (5-15) R 70
Kids under 5: Free (max 2 kids/adult)
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