The most desired destination in Cape Town, nestled under the backdrop of the famous Table Mountain, is Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. The harbour area combines sea and mountains in one view, offering stunning vistas. This is the perfect place to soak up the city’s great vibe under the African Sun.
Endless Sightseeing Opportunities
From V&A Waterfront there are many ways to make the most out of the harbour. You can take to sea with a guided cruise, take to air with unforgettable helicopter rides over the city and ocean, or explore the Cape Town on terra firma via bike or bus tours. Nearby, you will also find plenty of activities for the whole family. Delve into the underwater world at Two Oceans Aquarium or enjoy a trip out in the harbour on the Jolly Roger Pirate Boat. There are also a number of museums here, or look out for one of the regular shows held at the amphitheatre. Once you are finished with your sightseeing activities, there is a diverse range of shops and markets to browse.
Dining on any Budget
One thing is for sure, when spending the day at V&A Waterfront you will not go hungry. With over 80 restaurants and cafes, this is the most desirable place to eat in Cape Town, with a huge array of international cuisine on offer. There are options to suit any budget, whether you are looking for a quick lunch or an à la carte meal.
V&A Waterfront plays a central role to life in the city and is located nearby to other famous attractions and venues, including Cape Town Stadium, located next to it. The Radisson Blu Le Vendome Hotel, Cape Town is ideally placed in the suburb of Sea Point, and places you perfectly for exploring the city.