City Centre

A melting pot of history and culture, with must-see museums and landmarks, and countless coffee shops to rest at and enjoy the view.

Both a commercial and cultural hub, the city centre is a cosmopolitan mix of sidewalk cafes, curio shops, galleries, museums and centuries-old churches, as well as being the city’s business district. 

Easy to explore on foot – with many attractions within walking distance of one other – it showcases Cape Town’s eclectic and multicultural makeup. Vising sites such as the South African Museum, the Castle of Good Hope, the Company’s Garden and St George’s Cathedral will offer insight into the history of the city, while Long Street will give you a dose of curio shops, antique stores and bistros. The famous Green Market Square market, just off Long Street, is known for its bustling stalls and African curios, while a few roads up, Bree Street has become the city’s must-visit foodie strip, with some of the city’s best restaurants and bars offering excellent cuisine and a vibrant atmosphere.

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