Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre
Door 10 locals aangeraden ·
Tips van locals
A large mall in Cape Town's historic waterfront with predominantly high-end shopping and a wide range of stores.
The shopping centre boasts more than 450 shops and attracts more than 23 million visitors a year.
Great place to shop, watch movies, eat and drink at restaurants and pubs! Good vibe but usually quite busy.
Beautiful shopping Mall with great shops and restaurants. magnificent location in the old harbour.
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Andere aanbevelingen van locals
“Sway your hips to great bands, live dance productions and storytelling or catch live action on the big screen. The V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre is one of Cape Town's hottest stages, hosting live music and other entertainment that's free to visitors. It's also a popular place for shopped out folk to grab some fresh air, rest weary feet and watch the bustling harbour activity.”
- Door 1 locals aangeraden
“The Victorian Rotunda, a beautiful, geometrical domed building, was the epitome of high society in Cape Town at the turn of the century when it was built as part of a hotel and functioned as an events venue. Even today, despite its being a national monument, it hosts fashion shows, weddings and corporate functions. The Rotunda was part of the then mayor, James Riddell Farquhar’s, plan to turn Camps Bay into what he termed a ‘little Brighton’ - a holiday resort to resemble the seaside resort in the south east of England. The Rotunda began life as a concert hall, with a pavilion that also functioned as a ballroom, a theatre and exhibition hall all rolled into one.”
- Door 8 locals aangeraden
“MyCiTi is Cape Town’s safe, reliable, convenient bus service, and the perfect way to access some of the city's most famous tourist and leisure destinations. Getting there is half the fun so use their handy trip planner to plan your journey, and hop aboard for a fabulous Cape Town adventure. Look out for your Going Places activity map in your local newspaper for more fun things to do and inspiring places to visit with MyCiTi. Buses operate up to 18 hours a day.”
- Door 2 locals aangeraden
Rental Car Location
“CABS offers some of the best rates, service and value with over 23 years’ experience in the rental industry. Their solid reputation is built on excellent customer service and their ability to consistently deliver great value for money. As one of South Africa’s premium travel destinations for business and leisure travellers, Cape Town caters to a large number of visitors each year. Renting a car to explore the many attractions that the ‘Mother City’ has to offer is a fun, convenient way of getting around at your own pace. With a head office based at Cape Town International Airport, along with branch in Sea Point, CABS helps you get from A to B safely and simply.”
- Door 2 locals aangeraden
“Glen Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Cape Town as it is the view from the Camps Bay strip where you’ll find a multitude of restaurants and beach bars. During season the beach will be packed with both tourists and locals who are settled in to work on their tans. It is not a large beach so you’ll need to get there early to secure your spot, but it is well worth it as the setting is gorgeous and you have wonderful views. The water at Glen Beach is refreshing after a while in the sun, but it is prone to sand banks, so think twice before you dive in. Sit back and enjoy the activity on the beach - from the ice cream men to the local cool-dude surfers and children playing beach ball.”
- Door 3 locals aangeraden