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Cape Town is host to a variety of shopping centres that cater to the needs of every shopper.

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The V&A Waterfront, which attracts roughly 24 million visitors each year, is South Africa’s most-visited destination. This is hardly surprising when you think about how much it has to offer! While it is still technically a working harbour – you’ll no doubt catch a glimpse of fishing boats and container ships – the V&A Waterfront is more frequently thought of…

When in Cape Town, do as the Capetonians do: Go bargain hunting at a markets, visit the V&A Waterfront at the quietest time and invest in creatives by supporting local. V&A Waterfront From gadgets, toys and camping gear to international designer wear and jewellery, everything your heart desires can be found at the V&A Waterfront. Avoid the rush and…

There are few places as quintessentially Cape Town as the V&A Waterfront. The old world charm of the historical harbour meets the most modern shopping experience and the gaps in between are filled with fine dining restaurants, down-to- earth food markets, museums, and more leisure activities than you can count on both hands.

One of the most popular Cape Town shopping centres is found around 10 minutes outside the city centre. Canal Walk has everything the modern consumer wants and needs. Local and international brands abound in what amounts to 400 stores, servicing around 20-million people that swarm through the centre’s doors each year.

Mere minutes away from the famous Groot Constantia and numerous paths through lush greenbelts and sweeping vineyards, Constantia Village is a luxury Cape Town shopping centre that has it all. Having said this, it has more of a trendy farm store feel than a busy centre, giving it a unique character.

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