Cape Town City Centre
Get down into the old town, start at Green Market Square, soak up the African vibe. Food to shopping, museums and castles. The old town has it all.
There is a small charming precinct around Church street which offers unique shops and galleries and good food. Pop into Michael Chandler for a peek into the best in art and artifacts.
Bree Street and Kloof street are in close proximity to each other and house the bustly heart of Cape Town nightlife. Cool restaurants and hip bars line the streets. Visit the no.1 rated ice-cream shop in the world - Unframed, grab bagels from Jason's bakery and your morning cuppa from hipster…
City Centre is Cape Town’s vibrant business and commercial heart, with a mix of chain stores, surf shops and fashion boutiques. Amid the bustle, the Company’s Garden is a peaceful 1600s park with monuments and a rose garden, while the colonial Castle of Good Hope has military and art museums. Dining…
There are too many wonderful places to list here. One has to research this area for all the amazing galleries, shops, restaurants, bars nightclubs and hotels etc The beautiful historic Bo-Kaap is a must visit. Jason’s Bakery In Bree Street is my favorite for coffee and pastry and Chefs Warehouse at…
“Many Captonians plus their parents have at some point partied at Club Galaxy. A popular Cape Flats nightclub, Galaxy is as popular on Thursday nights as it is over weekends. Local Cape Town DJ’s take to the decks and keep the crowd going until the early hours of the morning.”