It became a farmers' market in 1710 and is now the city's best-known flea market. It is also home to many buskers including ... More
It became a farmers' market in 1710 and is now the city's best-known flea market. It is also home to many buskers including dancers, singers and musicians as well as some of Cape Town's more colourful and eccentric characters. It is bordered by a good selection of restaurants and cafes with outdoor tables for alfresco coffees. Beautiful old buildings, including the Old Town House, look over the square. The best time to explore Greenmarket Square is on a sunny Saturday morning. Credit card acceptance vary between businesses.
Chill amongst Cape Town hipsters and young professionals in a relaxed lounge environment. The only time you'll hear a Capetonian
say "Let's go to Jo'burg" is when they're up for sipping on cocktails and draught beer whilst mingling in ...
Walking through Church Square, one can find some points of historical interest. Overlooking the square is the statue of Onze
Jan, the retired Honorable Jan Hendrik Hofmeyr, an influential statesman of the 19th century whose work ensured official recognition ...
La Med is best known as a summer sundowner spot, this being a great Capetonian tradition. And what better place
than this to sip on something tall and alcoholic—with a beach setting second to none and an incredible vibe, ...
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