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Nightlife Nightlife in Cape Town, Cape Town

Capetonians are always game for a party. For some five-star glamour, visit the Mount Nelson Hotel's Planet and Champagne Bar, known for its cocktails (try the... more

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Shop Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is an enormous pedestrian mall on the water, with wonderful views of Table Mountain. It's a tourist favorite, with boat... more

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Shop Gardens Neighborhood, Cape Town

For Capetonians wanting to live in the city, Gardens is a sought-after address (one shared by the five-star Mount Nelson Hotel). It's a leafy neighborhood close... more

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Shop Green Point Neighborhood, Cape Town

Green Point is a trendy neighborhood on the slopes of Signal Hill, overlooking the V&A Waterfront. The locals here like to see and be seen, and you'll find... more

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See + Do Table Mountain National Park, Cape Town

Cape Town's most famous landmark is Table Mountain, a flat-topped mountain that stands 3,563 feet above the city. It has two mountains on either side, Devil's... more

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See + Do Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, Cape Town

Located a ten-minute drive from central Cape Town, this modern Eden is devoted to indigenous plants, and you'll find about 5,000 of South Africa's botanical... more

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See + Do Constantia Wine Route, Cape Town

You don't need to go far to find vineyards around Cape Town—there are five in the Constantia valley, a 20-minute drive from the city center. Groot... more

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Eating Haiku, Cape Town

The steamed dumplings alone warrant a visit to this Asian tapas joint in the center of Cape Town. Some of the best dumplings are the spinach and creamed cheese... more

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Eating Jardine Restaurant, Cape Town

Jardine quickly made a mark on the Cape Town dining scene with Scottish chef George Jardine's focused, unfussy food. The menu has a number of tasty winners,... more

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Eating La Colombe, Cape Town

For a sublime French dinner, head 20 minutes out of the city to the Constantia winelands to one of the city's most beautiful wine estates, Constantia Uitsig.... more

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Eating Mama Africa, Cape Town

Mama Africa caters shamelessly to tourists, and many Capetonians look down their nose at it. Nonetheless, it's a lot of fun. The zany design includes a vast... more

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Eating Paranga, Cape Town

On the sunset strip of the Camps Bay beachfront, Paranga attracts a glam crowd of scantily clad sun worshippers and after-work partyers. Some conduct trysts in... more

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Eating Salt Restaurant and Bar, Cape Town

Salt's location, poised on a cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Bantry Bay, is spectacular; ask for a table at the window to get the benefit of a glorious... more

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Eating Ginja, Cape Town

Tables are hard to get at Ginja, an intimate restaurant serving international fusion food close to the V&A Waterfront. This spot has no ocean or mountain... more

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