Cape Town's well established road infrastructure, and the proximity of the CTICC (Cape Town International Convention Centre) to most of the city's major landmarks and tourist attractions, makes getting to and from the centre, whether by hired car or public transport, easy and stress free.
Airport transfers will be arranged for ICE 2018 delegates at negotiated rates.
MYCITI Bus Service
The MyCiti airport-to-city service runs between the Cape Town International Airport and the Civic Centre bus stations via the N2 and Nelson Mandela Boulevard. This service will operate between 20 and 24 hours a day at a cost of R57,00 one way. It will depart every six to 30 minutes, depending on demand. The MyCiti inner-city bus service provides convenient transport to hotels, accommodation nodes, restaurants, entertainment areas, parking areas, and places of interest. Buses depart every 10 to 30 minutes and operate between 20 and 24 hours a day.
Cape Town offers a wide selection of car rental companies with good road systems. An international driver's license is required and driving will be on the left hand side of the road.
Metered taxis are readily available in the city centre.
Uber is also available in Cape Town.
Getting around South Africa:
By Air: https://www.southafrica.net/za/en/travel/page/getting-around-south-africa-by-air
By Bus: https://www.southafrica.net/za/en/travel/page/getting-around-south-africa-by-bus
By Car: https://www.southafrica.net/za/en/travel/page/getting-around-south-africa-by-car
By Train: https://www.southafrica.net/za/en/travel/page/getting-around-south-africa-by-train