Venue Information

  • Our venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre

    2019 WTM Africa's venue will be the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), Africa's premier exhibition and convention centre! CTICC is a world-class venue for meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions located in the heart of Cape Town.

    This multi-purpose venue offers a comprehensive array of services, playing host to prominent global conferences, trade shows, concerts and celebrated stage productions.

  • Venue address

    CTICC (Cape Town International Convention Centre)
    Convention Square,
    1 Lower Long St,
    Cape Town,
    South Africa

    Opening times

    Mon 6th April 2020: 10:00 - 19:00
    Tue 7th April 2020: 10:00 - 18:00
    Wed 8th April 2020: 10:00 - 16:00

  • Our venue’s world-class amenities are there for your convenience and exclusive use. The CTICC provides full wheel-chair access and on-site, secure, undercover parking for visitors.

    Even beyond an acclaimed event venue, the CTICC is centrally located, providing easy access to South Africa’s most celebrated attractions. Boasting award-winning beaches and World Heritage Sites such as Table Mountain and Robben Island, Cape Town forms the ideal destination for tourists and is the Official Host City for World Travel Market Africa.

    Cape Town is a premier urban tourism destination with much to offer local and international visitors. Always busy and constantly on the cutting edge, this diverse city offers something for everyone. If you’re looking for inspiration for things to do and see we can help with the perfect activities to fit around our attendance at WTM Africa…

    Table Mountain

    Table Mountain

    One of the New 7 Wonders of Nature, it is an eternal presence. It also offers some of the most majestic views of Cape Town and her surrounds.

    Cape Point

    Cape Point

    Located at the south-western tip of Africa, this truly feels like lands-end as open oceans and mountainous coastline meet.

    Robben Island

    Robben Island

    A UNESCO World Heritage Site and the infamous former prison where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years behind bars.

  • Kirstenbosch Gardens

    Kirstenbosch Gardens

    One of the great botanical gardens of the world, Kirstenbosch is home to more than 22 000 indigenous plants and is an exceptional place to walk, picnic and relax in.



    Boulders Beach forms part of the Table Mountain National Park and is home to a breeding colony of more than 2000 endangered African Penguins.

    Groot Constantia

    Groot Constantia

    The first wine farm in South Africa, Groot Constantia is now a National Monument but it is still a working wine farm just half an hours journey from the city centre.

  • V&A Waterfront

    V&A Waterfront

    Situated in the heart of a Cape Town’s working harbour, the V&A Waterfront showcases some of the city’s best restaurants, entertainment and shopping options, with regular live entertainment and people watching.

    City Sightseeing Bus Tours

    City Sightseeing Bus Tours

    One of the best ways to explore Cape Town at your own pace is by hopping on and off one of City Sightseeing’s red busses.

    Beluga of Cape Town

    Beluga of Cape Town

    The people of Beluga love what they do! For them, Beluga is so much more than just a restaurant; it’s a lifestyle. Their only goal is to do better than the previous day, as they search for perfection and strive to exceed every expectation. Whether it is sushi, dim sum or their a la carte offerings, washed down with wine or cocktails from the bar, Beluga has it all.

  • Wondering where to stay?

    If you need help finding somewhere to stay during your visit our friends at HotelMap have the best offers.

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    Need help getting to the venue?

    WTM Africa attracts an international audience so wherever you’re coming from we can help you find your way.

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