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Historic Site
“The Castle of Good Hope known locally as the Castle or Cape Town Castle is a bastion fort built in the 17th century in Cape Town, South Africa.”
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Historic Site
“Rhodes Memorial (or Rhodes Mem as it is affectionately called) hosts some of the most spectacular views of Cape Town, a bunch of enormous stone lions and a little coffee shop which serves great scones. ”
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Park
“On Sunday afternoons during the summer months you can take along a picnic blanket, some snacks and drinks and listen to local bands - famous and less famous - for free! ”
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Park
“A very dog & kid friendly park that hosts free local music concerts every Sunday afternoon in the summer.”
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Tourist Information Center
“The Stellenbosch Wine Route is the oldest in South Africa, and the well-established wine estates in this beautiful region are world-renowned for their award-winning wines. Stellenbosch Wine Routes represents more than 200 wine and grape producers in the region, over 150 of which have tasting rooms in their scenic vineyards.”
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Tourist Information Center
“Besides the variety of wine farms to visit. Beyond Stellenbosch, there is Franschhoek and Paarl all with their unique approach to food. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“The historical Building of Parliament are set in beautiful gardens where you can feed squirrels, visit the museum and art gallery. No far is Trendy Kloof Street and Bree Streets for vibey restaurants. The Bo-kaap and its brightly painted houses are also worth a visit. ”
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Plaza
“Their sushi is top-notch and there's oodles of character in this little place. If you're after a small healthy lunch-time bite to tie you over for your big dinner plans, have the 4 piece sushi at +/- R55. If you need a little bit more, there is ofcourse 8 piece offers as well as the trending poke bowls. ”
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Historic Site
“The Clock Tower is a truly interesting section of the Waterfront, taking its name from the central clock tower found in this part of the harbour. You access the Clock Tower either by crossing a pedestrian bridge over the water, or by taking the road that leads to the Cape Grace instead of the main Waterfront turn-off. There is a small shopping centre, a scattering of restaurants and some postcard perfect views to enjoy here. Don't forget your camera - you will want to get a shot of the iconic red clock tower!”
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Historic Site
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Historic Site
“A different side of the waterfront, you will find nice restaurants, museums and exhibits here as well. ”
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Historic Site
“Built by Sir George Grey the governor of the Cape in 1859 the Cape Medical Museum is a great visit if you are interested in the history of medicine, particularly as it emphasizes both Western and traditional medicine in the Cape.”
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Evenementenhal
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Stadhuis
“This monumental location is best known as the spot where revolutionary icon and former president Nelson Mandela gave his first public speech after being released from a 27 –year- long prison sentence.”
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