Captivating Cape Town

The richness of South Africa’s cuisine is a result of influences from its many cultures and cooking styles. Discover the cultural hot spots of the city and enjoy the culinary delights of Cape Town.

Greenmarket Square

Greenmarket Square cap town

 

A historical 17th century square in Cape Town’s heritage sector, at the Greenmarket, you can look for antiques and souvenirs in pop-up flea markets or just sit back and watch the town pass by over snacks and coffee.

Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM Daily

Faces of Cape Town Tour

Faces of Cape Town Tour

 

Get a glimpse of everyday Cape Town scenes and interact with the locals of this vibrant city. During the Faces of Cape Town Tour, you can also try the different street delicacies that give Cape Town cuisine its distinction.

Timings: Day-time tours, pickups at 8.45 AM

Cape Malay Cuisine

Cape Malay Cuisine

 

Cultures tours in Cape Town usually include a trip to Bo Kaab, Cape Town’s Malay neighbourhood which is famed for its multicultural vibrancy. Try out the authentic and delectable dishes in some of Bo Kaab’s favourite restaurants.

AmaZink Live, Stellenbosch

AmaZink Live, Stellenbosch

 

At the AmaZink Restaurant, you can enjoy a fabulous 3-course meal consisting of delicious African originals while interacting with people around you as live musicians play the beats that give Cape Town its character. The establishment is a must for those who want to experience the thriving culture in Cape Town.

Cape Town Jazz Safari

Cape Town Jazz Safari

 

Enjoy Cape Town’s famous jazz scene and interact with the musicians and people involved in the city’s flourishing music and entertainment scene. Over some food and drinks, you can tour the famous live music spots or even be part of a private audience in a musician’s home.

Timings: Keep your evening free, and don’t plan to get home in a hurry.

Whether it is the food in Cape Town or the art in Cape Town, this city will always have a surprise in store. Enjoy the vibrant Cape Town culture and celebrate the beauty of Africa’s tip.

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