The city tour of Cape Town begins with a walk through the Company Gardens, followed by a visit to the Bo-Kaap Museum. Centuries ago, Islamic people moved into the area known today as the Bo-Kaap, building mosques with picturesque minarets and their own Georgian-style houses with Dutch influence. One of the oldest Cape Town buildings houses the museum, which is furnished as a Muslim house of the 19th century and documents the history of the Cape Malays.
Head toward the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and stop at Diamond Works for a tour of the diamond cutting studio, a jewelry manufacturing workshop, a jewelry design studio as well as a gemological laboratory.
Lunch at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in Table Bay, which offers shops, craft markets, restaurants, taverns, cinemas, and theatres as well as great views over the harbor. In the afternoon, drive through District Six, established in 1867 as a diverse community, but later destroyed by apartheid and forced removals.
End the city tour with a visit to the Castle of Good Hope, the oldest surviving building in South Africa. This pentagonal fortification replaced a small clay and timber fort built by Commander Jan van Riebeeck in 1652 as a maritime replenishment station for the ships of the Dutch East India Company.