Cape Town’s World-Class Infrastructure and Technology

Cape Town is known for its unspoiled mountain vistas and idyllic beach locations, which have captured the imaginations of filmmakers from around the globe. What’s more, this pristine natural scenery is found in a city with first-world infrastructure, offering production companies the best of both worlds.

Transport Infrastructure in Cape Town

The award-winning Cape Town International Airport is the major international gateway to the Cape Town metropolitan area. The airport handles flights to several destinations in Africa, Europe and Asia, and also offers direct flights to other major South African cities like Johannesburg and Durban.

Cape Town has well-maintained roads and offers a variety of reliable taxi and shuttle services to and from the airport and around the city. Uber drivers are also available at all hours.

Cape Town is also home to a network of MyCiTi buses, which make multiple stops and drops around the city, providing access to all major transport routes including the airport. 

MyCiti is an affordable and environmentally friendly way to get around Cape Town. The original buses comply with Euro 4 emission standards, while the newer buses meet the stringent Euro 5 emission standards. 

Communication and Connectivity

For added convenience, Cape Town has a new public transport app which can be downloaded for free to an iPhone, Android, Blackberry or Windows smartphone.

Communication in the city is supported by a world-class, ever-expanding fibre network, to help you stay connected when you’re on the move. Cape Town is at the cutting edge of South Africa’s digital revolution and offers the best in terms of technology and IT support.

Cape Town is highly accessible to local and international visitors, and the perfect gateway to the rest of South Africa and the African continent.