We’re celebrating our third anniversary of the Cape Town Big 7 being a part of the Monopoly Cape Town board game! In November 2017, we invited a few Cape Town bloggers to a celebratory adventure with the Cape Town Big 7 and the Cape Town edition of the very popular Monopoly game.
There is so much to do at the Cape Town Big 7 this Festive Season that we have compiled a list of top tips to help you make the most of your visit at the top events. Here are our Top Tips on what to bring to the Cape Town Big 7 this Festive Season:
Summer in Cape Town is a wonderful time – the days are longer, the year is winding down and everyone is getting into the festive mood. One of the best ways to celebrate summer is to pack a picnic, take a hike or find the best spot to enjoy an epic Summer Sunset. Here are our top Summer Sunset ideas:
It’s that time of the year again where we look forward to ending off the weekends with music that satisfies the most diverse tastes in the spectacularly beautiful Kirstenbosch Garden. Meet with friends and family, gather your picnic baskets and blankets to enjoy the floral heritage and the mountain and let the music end your weekend on a high note.
The Grifizzi Brothers (Animal Free Circus) will be visiting and hosting a Children’s Circus Performance at North Wharf at the V&A Waterfront from 29 Sep – 9 Oct 2017
Spring is in the air and the flowers are blooming, which makes for really pretty photos of the Mother City. Do you have a beautiful photo to share? Tag us on Instagram @CapeTownBig7. Here are our favourite Spring photos of our beautiful city, including the Cape Town Big 7 Attractions and more:
V&A Waterfront, Cape Town’s premier shopping, cultural and leisure destination and home to the cutting-edge Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA) and the departure point to Robben Island.
Open Streets Main Road builds on a local programme inspired by Colombia’s Ciclovía. The concept is to close down a street temporarily so that it becomes CAR-FREE. It’s a chance for people to reclaim streets as public space, for walking, cycling, skating, playing, exploring and general socialising. Open Streets suspends reality and allows us to imagine a new “normal” for our streets.