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Cape Town – still without tourists - wins big at the 2020 World Travel Awards

10 November 2020 2:20 PM
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Africa’s Leading Festival and Events Destination

Breathtakingly beautiful Cape Town is winning tourism awards left, right and centre. If only there were tourists.

Table Mountain is Africa’s top tourist attraction, according to the UK-based 2020 World Travel Awards.

Cape Town is seeing surging foreign direct investment into its tech start-ups. © handmadepictures/123rf.com

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The flattop mountain in Cape Town’s city centre pipped Kilimanjaro (Tanzania) and the Pyramids of Giza (Egypt) to the post.

Table Mountain won the prize last year and in 2013.

It is now in the running to win the “World’s Leading Tourist Attraction”; to be announced by the World Travel Awards at the end of this month.

The 2020 World Travel Awards also awarded the Mother City with the title of “Africa’s Leading Festival and Events Destination” with Johannesburg narrowly missing out.

It’s the third year in a row that Cape Town is named as Africa’s top party city.

Cape Town International Airport won the prize for Africa’s leading airport.




10 November 2020 2:20 PM
Tags:
Tourism
Table Mountain
Cape Town
Cape Town Tourism
World Travel Awards
African tourism
tourist attraction
2020 World Travel Awards
Africa's leading tourist attraction
World’s Leading Tourist Attraction
Africa’s Leading Festival and Events Destination

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