Cape Town International Airport

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Cape Town International Airport is the second biggest airport in Africa. If you rent a car on the airport your holiday can begin! Since you leave the airport you can explore beautiful view on Table Mountains, finest wine yards and African fresh air. When you have a car your trip can start at the top of the Table Mountains. A cable car is great way to get on the top as well as hiking roads.

Transportation

Cape Town airport is located from the centre only 20 minutes’ drive on airport approach road heading to every part of Cape Town. Newly reconstructed airport offers 7000 parking lots as well as 120 check-in desks for smooth airport traffic.

Getting from the airport is available by MyCiti buses operating every hour for R57 and drives you to the central bus station. The shuttle buses are located in front of the arrival terminal.

There are taxis available as well. But if you book a car from Around About Cars we will deliver it to the airport on exact time of your arrival and your holidays can begin. If you are travelling in groups this is the best way.

Facilities

Airport informational points are located in both terminal and staff can help you with general tourist information, accommodation as well as transportation to and from the airport.

On the airport there are two currency exchange offices as well as many ATM’s. Cape Town airport is a small shopping centre with plenty of fashion shops, music, electronics, books and magazines. This place is great for last minute gift shopping such as wines and spirits, perfumery and tobacco products.

Eating on the airport is offered by many fast food stores such as KFC, Subway and various local stores. But you can also try some good South African food in specializing restaurants.

Cape Town airport is easy accessible for people with reduced mobility. There are elevators to all floors as well as wheelchairs provided. The airport staff is willing to help and assist with any information needed and make sure you take the right flight and remember this amazing place.

Gabriel Oprendek

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