Cape Town City Bowl at a glance
Cape Town is an exquisite melting pot that is the with its deep roots leave this place a metropolis of sites, taste and feelings. The pulse of the Mother City is the diverse culture and deep roots the city celebrates. Supplying a sleepy city feeling, from one side an electric nightlife scene and close enough are the quite suburbs to enjoy some peace and quiet. Cape Town Citybowl offers an array of various restaurant, shops, markets, night clubs and trendy lunch -spots. The cosmopolitan that is supplied from Long Street, Bree Street and Kloof offer different exiting amenities for all walks of life.
The lively hub is run on a combination of work and play, making the city a delightful place not only to live but to work in. The night time lifestyle is truly a pleasure for locals and internationals alike. Once the sun has set the city bustles with an excitement for those who enjoy keeping up with the latest happenings.
The city has a lot to offer in it's close courter of space making it the most convenient Town to travel around. The deep culture makes the city sought after by so many as it offers a place for all.
Tamboerskloof is a neighbourhood of Cape Town, South Africa. It lies on the slopes of Lion's Head and Signal Hill, adjacent to the neighbourhoods of Gardens and Bo-Kaap. Tamboerskloof is one neighbourhood within the bouquet of neighbourhoods referred to as the City Bowl. Several schools can be found within Tamboerskloof, including Tamboerskloof Primary School, Jan van Riebeek Primary School and Jan van Riebeek High School.
Gardens (or The Gardens) is an inner-city suburb of Cape Town located just to the south of the city centre located in the higher elevations of the "City Bowl". It is located directly beneath Table Mountain and Lion's Head. It is an affluent neighbourhood populated mostly by young professionals and contains numerous chic restaurants, hotels, boutique shops and loft apartments.
The suburb is also a hub for the Cape Town creative industry, hosting the home of e.tv at Longkloof Studios and contains many modeling agencies, production and publishing companies and associated industries. It is also home to the world-famous five-star Mount Nelson Hotel.
The Bo-Kaap is an area of Cape Town, South Africa formerly known as the Malay Quarter. It is quintessentially a Township, situated on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city centre and is an historical centre of Cape Malay culture in Cape Town. The Nurul Islam Mosque, established in 1844, is located in the area.
Bo-Kaap is traditionally a multicultural area, rich in history and situated on the slopes of Signal Hill. The area is known for its romantic cobble stoned streets.
Vredehoek (Afrikaans: "corner of peace" or "peace corner" is a suburb of Cape Town, South Africa located in the City Bowl, on the slopes of Table Mountain, between Devil's Peak and Oranjezicht. The suburb was proclaimed after the first world war and expatriates from many European countries settled here after peace was declared. It is popular among duel income households, yet to have children and the suburb has been going through an urban revival as older blocks of flats are being replaced with high-quality apartments.