There is just so much to do, so much to discover
Long established and proud of a rich heritage, the V&A Waterfront nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Table Mountain, marches with time, embracing change that brings with it exciting new additions for you to discover. Life on the edge of an historical working harbour in the picturesque city of Cape Town has a charm, and it is with warmth that an invite is extended to you to keep discovering. Indoor shopping and entertainment venues seamlessly merge with outdoor restaurants, ocean vistas and mountain views, and the fresh sea breeze and warm African sun add zest to a cosmopolitan, vibrant atmosphere.
Taste the international influences from all whose paths inevitably led to this port city. Choose from Asian, Italian, Portuguese, Mexican, Spanish, German, Moroccan, American, French, British and South African cuisine. Make it a fine dining, smart casual, coffee shop, café, pub, steakhouse, health or on- the- go affair. For more dining details, request an Eateries Guide from an Information Centre or visit the V&A Waterfront website.
VICTORIA WHARF SHOPPING CENTRE 021 408 7600
Here you’ll discover South African designers next door to international brands, as well as the convenience of full-service department stores. Plus, you can enjoy free Wi-Fi access in selected areas throughout this shopping centre. Open 9 am – 9 pm, Mon – Sun, 7 days a week.
ALFRED MALL AND PIERHEAD 021 408 7600
Explore the V&A Waterfront’s proud maritime history. Choose from 21 speciality shops, boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops with a nautical and African flavour. Open 9 am – 9 pm, Mon – Sun, 7 days a week.
CLOCK TOWER SHOPPING CENTRE 021 408 7600
Featuring an eclectic selection of cultural stores, restaurants, coffee shops and historical sites, the Clock Tower, named for the iconic heritage building, is must visit. Open 9 am – 9 pm, Mon – Sun, 7 days a week.
WATERSHED AND WELLNESS AT THE WATERSHED 021 408 7840
A unique craft and design offering and a dedicated wellness area that offers tranquility and privacy. Open 10:00 am – 7pm, Mon – Sun, 7 days a week.
GETTING TO THE V&A WATERFRONT FROM THE AIRPORT
TRANSPORT TO AND AROUND THE V&A WATERFRONT
Car parking is situated at convenient locations around the V&A Waterfront, with varying tariffs to suit the length of your stay. Catch a MyCiti Bus (Cape Town’s rapid bus service) at Breakwater Station. On week days it comes every 10 minutes during peak periods. Metered Sedan Taxis are available from a number of locations in the V&A Waterfront. The easiest way to explore Cape Town is on the Hop on – Hop off City Sightseeing Bus. Offering two routes, the ‘historic and rich in culture’ Red City Tour and ‘scenic’ Blue Mini Peninsula Tour, it operates 365 days a year come rain or shine. Find out more at the V&A Information Centre.
V&A WATERFRONT INFORMATION CENTRE
Situated on Dock Road (alongside Ferryman’s Pub)
Tel: +27 21 408 7600
V&A Food Market – 1st June – 31 Oct: 10.00 to 17.30; 1st Nov to 30 April: 10.00 to 19.00; CLOSED ON CHRISTMAS DAY and NEW YEARS DAY, OPEN ON PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.
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