Focus on Goodwood, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Cape Town North: Goodwood lies between the northern and southern suburbs
of Cape Town, 10 kilometers from Cape Towns city centre. Named after
the famous British racetrack, as the area was initially used for horse
racing, Goodwood includes Tygerdal, Vrizjee, Goodwood Park, Goodwood West
A revival of Cape Town's infamous past is celebrated at GrandWest Casino and Entertainment World. Goodwood has become popular since the opening of the Grand West Casino.
GrandWest Casino heralds an exciting new chapter in the Western Cape's entertainment scene. This amazing casino and entertainment world is a first for the Mother City and is also the only casino situated in the Western Cape. GrandWest offers round-the-clock entertainment for the whole family.
Cape Town City - City Business District: The heart of the Western Cape is without doubt the city of Cape Town. With a distinct flavour of its own, affected in no small part by the cultural melting pot of Indonesian, French, Dutch, British and German settlers who each indelibly stamped their mark upon the foundations of the city, Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world today.
The inner city is an eclectic mix of architectural styles that combine the past with the present in a mishmash of high-rise office blocks, Edwardian and Victorian buildings and narrow, cobblestone streets that give rise to fine examples of Cape Dutch design. It is also home to a blend of corporate and independent business that lends it a striking aliveness, particularly at lunch time when the streets spill over with a combination of lunch time diners and consequent entertainers and market stalls.
Constantly engulfed by the vast maternal presence of Table Mountain,
the inner city combines with an effortless choice of white sandy beaches,
must-visits like Robben Island, Cape Point and the Victoria & Alfred
Waterfront, magnificent green areas with rivers, vleis and dams, a floral
kingdom that is wholly unique to the Cape and an effortlessly warm climate
that makes the Western Cape a logical destination throughout the year.
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