Seeff Properties has a specialised division, Seeff Rental, with dedicated and highly trained rental property agents able to assist you with any queries you may have in finding accommodation in Cape Town for the duration of the 2010 soccer tournament.
Our stock of 2010 rental properties for foreign visitors seeking 2010 accommodation in Cape Town ranges from the most exclusive furnished or unfurnished villas at the very top end of the market to small furnished or unfurnished apartments at the lower end.
Cape Town is located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean in the Western Cape Province in Southern Africa and is a truly cosmopolitan city with beautiful natural surrounds.
With its Mediterranean climate and the iconic Table Mountain with its ‘table cloth’ of clouds as its backdrop, Cape Town is one of the most popular international tourist destinations in the world. The ‘Mother City’, as Cape Town is affectionately known in South Africa, has an abundance of unique attractions to suit all interests. From retail therapy at the Victoria and Alfred (V&A) Waterfront, stroll along a picture–perfect white sand beach, tasting world class wines on a tour of the popular Winelands, to a boat trip to Robben Island to visit the place of incarceration of Nelson Mandela, guided by an ex–inmate. For those who seek a more thrilling adventure – a shark cage dive at Gansbaai might appeal, for an up close and personal experience with the Great Whites. Cape Town has a wide variety of restaurants to suit every palate and budget and is renowned for its phenomenal nightlife.
Cape Town oozes with soul, colour and cultural diversity and is home to more than 3 million people. Nonetheless, visitors are welcomed open–heartedly with warmth and kindness true to its reputation of social tolerance of all.
The brand new Cape Town stadium has been built especially for the 2010 World Cup. The stadium is a stone's throw away from the city centre and the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, and is just a short walk from the transportation hub of the city.Read more