Cape Town

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Atlantic House

Want a getaway that actually feels like a getaway? Atlantic House may be just the place for you. Lying right between Table Mountain and…

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District Six Museum

Up until the 1970s, District Six was home to almost a tenth of the city of Cape Town’s population. In 1965, the apartheid government,…

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Matte, muted and pops of color could take some traditional sensibilities by surprise, but if done tastefully, they could bring out more life to…

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La Colombe

Voted as one of the top 50 restaurants in the world by San Pellegrino Restaurant Awards, La Colombe, headed by Luke Dale-Roberts is an…

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Blues Restaurant & Bar

Blues Restaurant & Bar opened its doors in 1987 and has become the icon of the ultra-trendy Camps Bay. Blues is the most beautiful…

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Africa Cafe

Tourist-oriented Cape Town is so distinctly European that it’s all too possible to forget its roots. So head to the Africa Café set in…

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Cafe Caprice

The menu has remained mostly unchanged, but why mess with a good thing? The dishes that earned the restaurant its loyal following are still…

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Four Rosmead

Built in 1903, Four Rosmead is a classified monument that has been sensitively and stylishly re-modelled. The result is a Cape contemporary classic with…

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Cape Town Contemporary

Cape Town overwhelms your senses, a city built around its astonishing geography — the winding roads, pastel-colored houses, highest peaks, the twelve apostles standing as guardians, the ocean stretching and curving like a necklace. You can look up and around at any moment and you are just blown over yet again.