Must see and part of the Cape Town History. See the slave quarters and feel the history around you.
An old Dutch fort built in the 17th century, it is the oldest building in South Africa. There's also a museum for those keen on colonial history.
The Castle of Good Hope was built in the 17th century along the waterfront. It's a fort, not a castle, and it's no longer along the waterfront. A small museum explains the history of Cape Town.
The Fort of Good Hope is a place with a lot of history, and it is here at the Cape of Good Hope. If you are visiting the Cape of Good Hope, you should be able to ride horses here, and it is also a good view to enjoy the Cape of Good Hope from here.
If you look at Fort Good Hope from the top, the angle is super nice and very beautiful. The area of the Fort of Good Hope is not large, but the building is very special, and the opposite of the Fort of Good Hope is the endless Atlantic Ocean
Preston_Dominguez: Corner of Buitenkant and Strand streets, Cape Town Central 8001, South Africa
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Ponte degli Angeli,Signal Hill,Bo-kaap,Greenmarket Square,Victoria Harbour