Cape Town on Foot - Wanderlust

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Travel and publishing company Wanderlust was founded by Ursula Stevens in 1981.Ursula came to Southern Africa as a young girl to explore and learn, completing her studies at Stellenbosch University and the University of South Africa. Her background is in teaching history and languages at a matric (Grade12) level.Today Wanderlust publishes the leading range of travel Books about Cape Town and surrounds. Wanderlust's books are used for study purposes by the tourist industry, as well as by local and international travelers.“Cape Town on Foot & Bo-Kaap” City WalkWhat will you see and encounter in this city of a thousand faces?We take you to the historic Grand Parade lined by the Castle, old Drill Hall and magnificent City Hall; we introduce you to stunning architecture and murals.Along the route you will pass Church Square, the Groote Kerk and original Slave Lodge, then walk into the former Dutch East India’s Company’s Garden where we focus on the parliamentary buildings, the National Library, direct you to the SA Museum, National Art Gallery and Jewish Museum before retracing our steps to St. George’s Cathedral.Then we leave the city centre behind and find our way to the original Muslim area of Cape Town, the Bo-Kaap. It is famed today for its quaint, colourful houses, but our story goes deeper than that… from here we weave back towards the city and Greenmarket Square.We do not enter museums – but buildings where history took place.



  • Languages spoken
  • english

Contact Details


  • PO Box 303
  • Paarden Eiland
  • Cape Town
  • 7420


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