GETTING THERE



Getting to the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) is easy as Cape Town is a dynamic city with well-established transport systems in place. The centre is located in the business and entertainment hub, which provides many options when it comes to choosing your method of transport whether you opt for public transport, bus services, car rental or metered taxis.

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PARKING
Parking at the CTICC is never a problem, with over 1 300 secure, easily accessible on-site parking bays available to visitors.


Additional, overflow parking can be arranged if necessary. Shuttle services are provided from these parking areas to the CTICC.

Parking is not included in the venue rental, and guests are required to use the convenient pay-on-foot parking ticket kiosks to pay for their parking on an hourly basis. Alternatively, event organisers can organise to pre-book parking for their guest by prior arrangement. These pre-booked parking tickets can be bought at a price of R40 per guest, per day.

Transport
A range of transport options are available to get you wherever you want to be. These include:

Integrated Rapid Transport System - Cape Town's sophisticated bus transport system.
MyCiTi Shuttles - These shuttles offer efficient and safe public transport across the city. The CTICC is conveniently located on one of the MyCiti routes, which runs from the airport to the city.  To find out more visit: http://myciti.org.za/en/home/
Taxi, Bus or Coach- Metered taxis, luxury air-conditioned coaches and shuttle buses regularly run between the airport, hotels, the city centre and most major tourist destinations.
Train - Cape Town Central Station is situated in the heart of the city, while an extensive rail system connects the city centre with the rest of the region and the greater Western Cape.
By Canal - The unique Roggebaai canal offers a relaxed, charming journey via water taxi between the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and the CTICC.
On Foot - The centralised and compact nature of the city means that walking is often the transport mode of choice for visitors.
On Two Wheels - Given the temperate climate and abundance of safe routes around the city, bicycles are fast becoming a very popular form of transport for visitors. As part of its commitment to minimising its carbon footprint, the CTICC encourages the use of this mode of transport and the proposed expansion will even include a dedicated bicycle hiring facility.