Articles tagged with: City Sightseeing
Shoe addict with OCD and adventure junky tendencies, Stephanie Scorgie takes us with on her “love at first experience” journey into Soweto’s vibrant culture and tumultuous history with the latest offering from City Sightseeing Joburg – board for your very own ‘taxi to Soweto’ with the #JoziRedBus Combo Deal!
A little over a week ago a friend of mine spoke excitedly about the Castle of Good Hope (Stop 10) and the firing of the miniature canon. The last time I had given the castle a visit was quite a few years ago but I’d never seen or heard of any canon fire. With boyish excitement I quickly hustled a small group of friends and family together to go witness the firing of the castle’s relatively diminutive arsenal.
Join me, Nicolas van Zyl through what turned out to be one eventful afternoon at one of South Africa’s most venerable heritage sites.
We invited blogger Wisaal of Wiscellaneous.com to hop aboard the #JoziRedBus and experience the inner city like she never has before. Follow her adventure here and find out why you should be doing it too!
We spend 20 minutes with Annalisa Antoniloi, an Italian that has experienced City Sightseeing across the globe! Annalisa tells us what makes Cape Town so special to her and shares her top 5 spots to visit.
School holidays need not mean that you have to take out a bank loan just to keep the kids busy! We challanged Shelley Finch to spend a day sightseeing in Joahnnesburg without spending more than R50.00. Take a look at how she did it. Written by Shelley Finch
If you ask Shelley which one of City Sightseeing’s stops is her favourite, she’ll tell you that it is without a doubt Bus Stop 21 – World of Birds. Find out what makes it so to special her.
Explore this fantastic stop on the City Sightseeing Blue Mini Peninsula Tour . Written by Shelley Finch
Gerald Garner and his son Joshua, explored Jozi on the open-top red bus! In recent years Joburg’s city centre has undergone a remarkable revival. Tourists and locals alike are flocking to Joziburg to experience the mesmerising and magical energy of South Africa’s largest city. Gerald is a Joburg enthusiast, a registered tour guide, and the author of various books about the city namely; Spaces & Places 2.0 – JoburgPlaces.
Read Gerald’s article of how he experienced the Johannesburg Red City Tour…
Finding a way to chill shouldn’t have to take a lot of effort. Capetonians are renowned the world over for their ability to relax or ‘chill’, doing their best to avoid any ‘missions’ along the way. Finding ten places to make up the complete chilling experience is made as easy as it should be with this guide. Take a look at these ten places… or eight… or three… or just chill… whatever, just as long as the chilling begins and you gain some inspiration.
Explore some perfect places to chill this summer. Written by Nicolas van Zyl
If you’re looking for a world in one suburb, then Newtown in the Joburg CBD is just the place. Filled with museums, theatres and restaurants, you’re sure to find something to do, see or experience.
Shelley Finch tells about the gem that is the Market Theatre.
Ever wanted to experience Cape Town’s hotpots in a unique way? Try the new City Sightseeing Sidecar Tours! For only R270 you get an amazing ride to Blouberg Beach with your private chauffeur! Read about Cato’s journey to the Waterfront and Blouberg on the sidecar.
Explore this experience offered by City Sightseeing Cape Town. Written by Cato de Vos
Visited by approximately 800 000 people, all have the potential to waste, set fire to and effectively destroy a mountainous kingdom of floral, comprising of approximately 8200 rare and endangered plant species. Read how this is (effectively) prevented…
Take care of our precious environment. Written by Sofia Tosolari
Sometimes things end up in a different way then you expected. From a glass of wine on the couch to a hidden clove with the most wonderful view I have ever seen. Here a blog about the unexpected and highly unique experience I had in a clove at Chapman’s peak on Friday.
Explore the beauty of Chapman’s Peak. Written by Cato de Vos