Cape Town is the most populous city and provincial capital of Western Cape. Here diverse range of attractions, sights and activities to offer. It is regarded as a melting point for various different cultures in Southern Africa. Known as Mother City, it has an abundance of contrasting activities from lounging on the Atlantic seaboard's popular beaches to exploring the vividly painted area of the Bo-Kaap.
As everyone is aware that South Africa is going to host FIFA world cup 2010, Cape Town is one of the cities hosting this grand event. This grand event is going to be held between 11 June 2010 and 11 July 2010. Matches in Cape Town are going to held Greenpoint Stadium. Here is the schedule of the matches that are going to be held in Cape Town:
11 June 2010
Match: Team A3 vs Team A4
14 June 2010
Match: Team F1 vs Team F2
18 June 2010
Match: Team C1 vs Team C3
21 June 2010
Match: Team G4 vs Team G2
24 June 2010
Match: Team E4 vs Team E1
Search cheap flights for FIFA World Cup 2010; choose the most suitable cheap deal for your travel. Airfares to Cape Town were never so cheap earlier as they are now. Enjoy the most exciting historic event, first ever football world cup in South Africa.
Many airlines have reduced airfares for the flights to Cape Town. Different airlines are offering different airfares. Fares offered by some of the airlines providing cheap flights to Cape Town are as follows:
Emirate Airways 1-Oct-2009 31-Dec-2009 £535 with 30 Kgs Baggage
Qatar Airways 1-Oct-2009 10-Dec-2009 £439 with 20 Kgs Baggage
Etihad Airways 15-Jan-2010 19-Mar-2009 £520 with 20Kgs Baggage
Iberia Airways 1-Oct-2009 30-Nov-2009 £434 with 20 Kgs Baggage
Business class airfares:-
Emirates: 01 Oct 09- 31 Dec 09 £2149, 01 Jan 10 - 31 Dec 10 £2149 with 40kg baggage
South African Airways: 01 Oct 09- 31 Dec 09 £2770, 01 Jan 10 - 31 Mar 10 £2770 with 30kg baggage
Qatar Airways: 01 Oct 09- 10 Dec 09 £1629, 24 Dec 09 - 25 Mar 10 £1629 with 30kg baggage
Turkish Airlines: 01 Oct 09- 31 Dec 09 £1655, 01 Jan 10 - 31 Mar 10 £1655 with 30kg baggage
It is the most visited international tourist destination in South Africa.