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Corner Voortrekker & Reitz St, Robertson
Voted SA’s second favourite wine route in 2008 and the Great Wine Capitals of the World’s award for Most Innovative Wine Tourism Experience

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Just off Klipfontein Road in Guguletu
An extremely popular hang out spot for both local and international visitors, Mzoli’s is a ‘do-it-yourself’ meat market and eatery.

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14 Calais Rd, Seapoint
An intimate acoustic venue hosting a maximum of 50 people. Surroundings are simple: red facebrick walls, wooden floors, a fireplace, and comfortable white couches.

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Situated across the Swing Bridge from the main area of the V&A Waterfront, this building was formerly the Port Captain’s office. Nowadays the precinct features the Victorian Gothic-style Clock Tower (1882) as well as the Nelson Mandela Gateway’s museum, ticket desk and departure point for ferries to Robben Island. Occasional events include buskers and art exhibitions.

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Trampoline zone, climbing walls and kids maze
Rose Innes St, Pinelands

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Fritz Sonnenberg Rd, Green Point
A world class stadium, built to FIFA specifications with a standard capacity of 55,000

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Ridge Rd, Off Victoria Rd, Camp’s Bay
Awarded Blue Flag Beach status, this beach is the most southerly of a series of small sandy coves in this upmarket suburb on the western seashore of Table Bay

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University of Stellenbosch, cnr Victoria & Neethling St
World class music performance venue playing host to well-known classical performers and conductors from around the world. Ample parking available

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V&A Waterfront
A square found at the centre of the Waterfront, next to the Amphitheatre and overlooked by the food court

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Darling St (overlooking the Grand Parade)
The building was designed as the result of a public competition, the winning architects being Messrs Harry Austin Reid and Frederick George Green, with the contractors being Messrs T. Howard and F. G. Scott. Much of the building material, including fixtures and fittings was imported from Europe.

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71 Waterkant St, along the Fan Walk, Cape Waters Building
This modern, cutting edge space offers a design reference library, a gallery-style exhibition room, a 98-seater state of the art theatre-style auditorium, a conference centre, a glass-encased rooftop area with panoramic views of the city, a newsstand that offers a limited number of international and local design magazines and an on-site restaurant and homeware store run by talented food artist Jacques Erasmus.

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120 km north east of Cape Town
Vibe: Friendly and laid back charm. The narrow, tree-lined Church Street, while not the main road of Tulbagh, holds the key to its heart. The residents are justifiably proud of its history and its fine wines, and will happily engage in conversation with visitors.

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Stellenbosch, between the R44 and R45
A carbon-neutral family-owned estate with 110 hectare vineyard located along the slopes of the Simonsberg Mountains.

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Golfing hub and family-friendly entertainment venue
Liesbeek Pkwy & Observatory Rd, Observatory

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1 Lower Long St, Cape Town
Opened in 2003, the CTICC quickly became the regular venue for large national and international conferences as well as for big events such as the International Boat Show and the Design Indaba Conference as well as popular exhibitions such as the CapeHomemakers Expo, the Good Food and Wine Show and Decorex

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Granger Rd, V&A Waterfront
This relatively new venue, The Lookout, on the Granger Bay Road has breathtaking views of the ocean, Table Mountain and Cape Town Stadium. Host to parties, launches and more, marquees are put up to suit the need of each individual event.

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Independent South African physical theatre
cnr Lower Main & St Michaels Rds, Observatory

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Sir Lowry Rd, Foreshore
The Good Hope Centre in Cape Town, South Africa (1976) by Pier Luigi Nervi, is an exhibition hall and conference centre

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75 km from Cape Town
Vibe: A bustling village, Franschhoek revolves around its gourmet restaurants, its wine farms and its French heritage. With these in mind, there is always a chance for a festival and the annual calendar is filled with events that attract large crowds from across the Western Cape.

Activities and Attractions: Food, wine, art, pottery, hiking, horse riding, fly-fishing, mountain biking

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M13 (Racecourse Road), Durbanville
This vineyard forms part of the Durbanville and Tygerberg Hills and is comprised of two historic farms, Doordekraal and Springfield, as well as Poplars Restaurant

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