Cape Town On Foot
Cape Town On Footstreet by street
|ISBN||978 0 620 782371|
|First Published||1997; 6th edition: 2018|
|Size of book||A5|
|Cover||Paperback, gloss, full colour|
|Retail Price||R280 + P&P|
In this latest edition of Cape Town on Foot the reader is given a choice to explore the city through eight individual walks that showcase the city centre, Company’s Garden and Bo-Kaap. The different walks can be inter-linked offering the reader and visitor a choice of what to explore depending on the time available. None of the walks described should take longer than an hour. Culture and architecture come alive along the routes enriching the reader’s experience of Cape Town.
Additional chapters outline the history of the Cape from the early days of settlement to the start of the Great Trek in the 1830s.
A brief glossary explains architectural terms and the Notes provide supplementary information on some of the important personalities that contributed to the development of Cape Town.
It is a compact and easy to read travel guide, beautifully illustrated with colour photos and sketches, to make you fall in love with Cape Town.
The book is an illustrated guide in full colour to Cape Town presented through eight individual walks that can be interlinked. Additional chapters describe the Cape’s history from the early days of settlement to the start of the Great Trek in the 1830s. A brief glossary explains architectural terms and the Notes provide supplementary information on some of the important personalities that contributed to the development of Cape Town.
Wanderlust Audio Walking Tours
Self-guided audio walking tours are available through VoiceMap in English and German. They explore the inner city and Bo-Kaap and are ideal for visitors with less time on their hands and those who wish to be independent of groups. Download the VoiceMap app here . Select a Cape Town on Foot tour, Listen to a pre-view, then purchase and download a tour from Google Play or via iPhone. Please take a moment to rate your experience at the end of the audio walk