Cape Town International Convention Centre
While the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) is still relatively young as far as international convention centres go, it has made a significant economic, social, and environmental impact in the eight years since it first opened its doors.
Autobank and Forex Facilities
AutoCash machines are located in the foyer of the P3 parking basement and the ground floor at the CTICC.
The service centre is situated on the ground floor of the CTICC.
The medical facility at CTICC is equipped to treat medical emergencies. Patients can be stabilised and transferred to the nearest medical facility. The facility at CTICC is staffed by a Basic Life Support (BLS) medic.
The CTICC has over 1300 parking bays available under and adjacent to the centre. A parking ticket is issued on entry into the designated parking garages onsite. Visitors are billed for the duration of stay, charged at an hourly rate.
Free Wi-Fi is available within the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
A prayer room is situated behind the registration area on the ground floor of the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
A nursing room is situated in the area near the translation booths for Audi 2 on the 1st floor.
Location - Cape Town
Regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Cape Town is instantly recognizable by the famous backdrop of a table-shaped mountain. Cape Town was originally developed as a resting station for Dutch ships sailing to Eastern Africa, India, and the Far East more than 300 years ago. Today it boasts a population of over 3 million people and has become a popular and sought-after holiday destination.
Warmed by the African sun, the immense natural beauty of the Cape Peninsula, with its rocky mountain ranges, lush fertile valleys, wine farms, and stretches of magnificent sandy beaches, positions the Cape firmly on the tourist map. Just as two great oceans meet here, the warm Indian with the cool Atlantic, Cape Town's fast-paced urban centre with its vibrant night life and bustling waterfront merges effortlessly with its abundant indigenous beauty, creating the unique flavour for which the Cape has become so well known.