The best and most considered way to reach Cape Town is by air. You have the famous Cape Town International Airport that caters to both domestic and international flights. Being the busiest airport in the whole of South Africa, there are frequent flights to and from Johannesburg and Durban. Apart from this, it also caters to flights to George, Kimberley and so on.
City Centre is the major and main train station of Cape Town. It is well connected with Pretoria and Johannesburg with daily trains running, while Bloemfontein, Durban and East London with weekly ones. The most famous and the world’s most luxurious rails – Blue Train runs between Cape Town and Pretoria.
Being the starting point of three national highways, N1 connects the city with Zimbabwe, Bloemfontein, Pretoria, and Johannesburg, N2 connects with Durban, Port Elizabeth, and East London and N7 connects with Namibia and Northern Cape Province. Cape Town is well connected to the surrounding areas. A lot of major buses operate intercity connections between Cape Town and other cities in and around South Africa.