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January 08, 2013

The V&A Waterfront in pictures

The V&A Waterfront is South Africa's most visited tourist attraction. With its combination of popular nightspots, restaurants, shops, museums and things to see and do, this is one place never to miss on even the briefest of visits to Cape Town.

Take a peek at some of the sights at the Waterfront in our photo essay below, compiled from Creative Commons images taken by locals and travellers to the Mother City.

A view from the V&A Waterfront towards Devil's Peak on the left, Table Mountain in the middle, and Lion's Head and Signal Hill on the right. Photo: Steve Crane

Statues of South Africa's four Nobel Peace Laureates stand tall in Nobel Square From left to right, they are: Albert Luthuli, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, FW de Klerk and Nelson Mandela. Photo: HBarrison

You might well see a seal at the Waterfront. Photo: dupart

Experience a 360-degree view of Cape Town from the Wheel of Excellence. Photo: Danny McL

The Clock Tower in the V&A Waterfront. Photo: marie1swart

Sunrise in the V&A Waterfront. Photo: coda

Enjoy shopping ‐ even if it's just window shopping in the V&A Waterfront's Victoria Wharf shopping centre. Photo: coda

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