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Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa.
It is surrounded by three mountains ranges, Witzenberg Mountain range in the east, Obiqua Mountains in the west and Winterhoek Mountains in the north.
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Vintage clothing stores in Cape Town are wonderfully nostalgic - not just for the comforting, musty scent, but also for the history connected to each garment. Second Time Around Having been around since 1972 (which makes it somewhat vintage in its own right), the recently refurbished Second Time Around, is one of Cape Town’s oldest, and perhaps most well-known, original vintage clothing stores.Food, jazz and gospel tours introduce a broad spectrum of cultural experiences, and no visit is complete without at least one full day exploring some of the surrounding vine-carpeted valleys, their rich terroir spawning not only award-winning wines but superb produce, accounting for some of the best (and most affordable) fine dining in the world.It’s a city that has only really been open to the world for the last two decades, and - at R17/18 to £1 – still offers excellent value for money, and a sense of new discovery.Then there’s the pristine white beaches lapped by – it must be said – a chilly Atlantic, their curves defined by giant granite boulders to bake on, and burbling mountain streams in dappled forests.The proximity of nature is a constant source of amazement here, whether it is spotting zebra and wildebeest grazing on the slopes of Table Mountain from the highway, watching whales breach from a restaurant deck overlooking False Bay, supplicating before the Twelve Apostles mountain during a yoga class on Camps Bay beach or being halted by cavorting baboons near Cape Point.