How to Reach Cape Town
- There are many direct international flights into Cape Town but there are some that require you to change planes at Johannesburg airport.
- Once in the city you can take your pick from public transport like mini-bus taxis, white taxis, buses or metro trains. The public transport system is very reliable and affordable and is authentically Capetonian in nature.
- You can also rent a private car or motorcycle at one of the many large car rental places around the city or at the airport itself.
Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Cape Town. The most preferred mode of transport in Cape Town is Car.
Average distance: 20.92 km Average time: 44.07 min
Car 86.18%Driving 43.65 min Walking 0.5 min Motorbike 0.23 min Overall average time for 22.46 kms 44.38 min
Motorbike 1.97%Motorbike 19.33 min Overall average time for 13.33 kms 19.33 min
Train/Metro 1.97%Train 25 min Waiting 21.67 min Walking 15 min Overall average time for 15 kms 61.67 min
Walking 5.26%Walking 28.75 min Driving 3.25 min Waiting 2.5 min Train 1.25 min Overall average time for 3.74 kms 35.75 min
Bus/Trolleybus 1.97%Bus 41.67 min Walking 13.33 min Waiting 5 min Overall average time for 13 kms 60 min
|Stellenbosch to Cape Town||48.47 km||48 mins|
|Somerset west to Cape Town||49.22 km||49 mins|
|Paarl to Cape Town||62.76 km||1 hour 2 mins|
|Langebaan to Cape Town||98.08 km||1 hour 38 mins|
|Caledon to Cape Town||116.13 km||1 hour 56 mins|
|Worcester to Cape Town||117.07 km||1 hour 57 mins|
|George to Cape Town||447.44 km||7 hours 27 mins|
|Central karoo dc to Cape Town||596.85 km||9 hours 56 mins|
|Port elizabeth to Cape Town||789.83 km||13 hours 9 mins|