The ObG Project is pleased to bring you our first major international ObGyn meeting, the RCOG World Congress 2017, incorporating the 13th ISUOG International Symposium, in beautiful Cape Town, South Africa. Even if you can’t make it to one of the most important ObGyn meetings of the year, you can follow from afar through social media. For those attending – tips about one of the most beautiful cities on the planet, to help you plan ahead.
Cape Town International Convention Centre
Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street
Cape Town 8001, South Africa
+27 (0) 21 410 5000
Airport transportation options from the Cape Town International Airport (CPT)
Ever tried potjiekos? How about bobotie or biltong? Or chakalaka with amasi? South African cuisine boasts names as colorful and vibrant as the food itself. Here’s a guide to help you navigate the menu!
South Africa’s vineyards have an illustrious history dating back to the 17th century. These days, they produce some world class wines. The signature red grape is Pinotage, a cross between Pinot Noir and Cinsault. Whites made from Chenin Blanc go well with seafood, while luscious sweet dessert wines make any meal end memorably.
Mountains, beaches, gardens, harbors and history: Cape Town has it all.
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Do you know Cape Town? Have any comments or reviews for your colleagues? Contact us with your suggestions!
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