Tonight, the World Cup draw was finally made and Fleewinter, the UK tour operator with over 100 properties within walking distance of the Green Point stadium in Cape Town, where England will play Algeria on 18 June, expects a rush of enquiries from England’s die-hard fans.
Following the group stage, Cape Town will also play host to a Round of 16 match on 29 June, a quarter final on 3 July and a semi-final on 6 July.
For example 7-nights staying at 511 Mutual Heights or Piazza Church Apt at any time during the World Cup costs £1480 – which works out to just £370 pp based on four people sharing the smart, two bedroomed apartments.
Both apartments are located in the City Bowl area which is just a 15 minute walk from Green Point stadium.
At the other end of the scale, celebrity football fans like Russell Brand or Ray Winstone might like to consider Palgrave 005. The smart three-bedroomed apartment, located on the trendy V&A Waterfront, will cost a tidy £22,060 for a week during the World Cup (around £3670 pp when 6 people share).
Expensive, but at least celebrity fans won’t be pestered by autograph hunters as they would in a hotel! The V&A Waterfront is around a 10 minute walk from Green Point Stadium.
For further information on accommodation in Cape Town during the FIFA World Cup call Fleewinter on 020 7112 0019 (www.fleewinter.com).
Fleewinter specialises in offering a concierge-style service with international and regional flights, car-hire, private chauffeurs, restaurant/concert/sporting bookings and baby sitting all available on request. Booking through Fleewinter is the same price (or cheaper) than booking direct and its AITO membership means 100% financial protection.
In addition to Cape Town and the Garden Route Fleewinter also offers holidays to Brazil, Bali, Barbados, the Maldives, Morocco, Norway, Sri Lanka, St. Lucia, Thailand and Tobago.
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