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Table Mountain

 Nesting under the famous Table Mountain, Cape Town is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city.  it has been designated as the best city to living in the world according to National Geogtaphic . 

  • You can walk to the top...

    But I prefer the lazy way !

The Waterfront

 

 

 First port of call is the Waterfront which has been completed renovated and offers a variety of restaurants ( try Quay 5 or the food market with its wide selection of food stalls)  and shops at the V & A (Victoria and Alfred). The Watershed is a newly converted warehouse housing great local arts and crafts stalls (well worth a visit if you are looking for something original and made locally.

My favourite pastime is to just stroll about and listen to the various music bands on show.

Observatory

A fun  eclectic area in Cape Town, primarily  lived in by students and artists.  Well worth a visit.

The Biscuit Mill

Located in Woodstock,  it is an exciting market to visit on Saturday ( closed Sundays ).  It can get extremely busy during the season so go early in the morning and have breakfast there.

 You will experience the best food South Africa has to offer.

 

Rhodes Memorial

 Definitely on the To Do list when you are in Cape Town.  The site offers fantastic Panoramic vistas of the city and a nice place to have lunch or coffee.

Camps Bay

Enjoy a stroll on the beach, treat yourself ro a delicious ice cream whilst looking at the Aposrles and Lion’s Head. Finally finish at the Cod Father for superbly grilled fish such as kingclip and lobster or giant prawns.

The Apostles

Lion”s Head

Hout Bay

A stone’s throw away from Camps Bay (you can get there by hopping on the tourist bus from the city centre) lies Hout Bay. Famous fot its in-door craft market with plenty of  food stalls to choose from, it is open on a friday evening and saturday when you can enjoy live music. Fish on the Rock is a famous fish&chips shop just outside the market and you will not be able to eat fish as fresh as they serve there.  The views are also  spectacular  and you may spot a few seals waiting for some crumbs...

 Don’t forget to take a stroll around the harbour too.