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In The News: A further R37 million for the V&A Waterfront–operated cruise liner terminal

Passengers disembarking from the German luxury liner Europa received a warm welcome at Cape Town’s Cruise Terminal in E Berth at the Port of Cape Town, marking the first arrival of the 2016/17 season.

Coffee, Chocolate and Decadence with the Cape Town Big 7

The 13th of September is officially known at World Chocolate Day and we have found some of the best spots in Cape Town to celebrate. If you do not have a sweet tooth, then do not fear, chocolate usually goes hand-in-hand with a great cup of coffee! So come and celebrate this day of Coffee Chocolate and Decadence with the Cape Town Big 7!

Spectacular Cape Town | Top Places to visit

A trip to the Mother City will not be complete without a visit to each Cape Town Big 7 attractions namely: Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Robben Island, V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, City Walk and Groot Constantia – represents the perfect combination of dramatic scenic beauty, enthralling history and exhilarating activities that have come to define this beautiful corner of South Africa.

V&A Waterfront Winter Programme

Cosy up to hot entertainment, decadent restaurant specials and a host of kiddie activities this winter at the V&A Waterfront. Here is an extensive programme happening this Winter:

7th Table Mountain N7W frame installed in V&A Silo District

In the news: The V&A Waterfront’s Silo District is now home to a yellow Table Mountain New7Wonders (N7W) frame, the seventh in a series introduced across the city to celebrate Table Mountain being named a New7Wonder of Nature in 2011.

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    ‘Museum Night’ at V&A Waterfront | Free entry to 7 Museums on 14 July

‘Museum Night’ at V&A Waterfront | Free entry to 7 Museums on 14 July

In the news:  ‘Museum Night’ concept extends to the historic sites of the V&A Waterfront, with seven museums in the precinct opening their doors FREE of charge to the general public on Thursday, 14 July.