The hustle and bustle of the city, or the quiet escape of the suburbs? While barely a 20-minute drive between them, there’s a world of difference between the City Bowl and Claremont. We put them through their paces in this round of the battle of the ‘burbs – who’s your winner? The City Bowl […]

  A cosmopolitan hub, you could easily spend a weekend just exploring the gems De Waterkant and Green Point have to offer. From the best Mexican food in the city to dinner dances, drag shows, boutique hotels and tequila bars – here are a few suggestions of our must-visit spots when exploring De Waterkant and […]

  Stretching for 3,8km and more than 20 blocks, Long Street is one of Cape Town’s oldest streets. With many of the stores originally starting as stalls in Greenmarket Square, this single thoroughfare offers a vibrant peek into the cosmopolitan city. Grand Daddy Hotel More than simply a hotel, Grand Daddy Hotel is home to one […]

  District Six used to be a close-knit community until the forced removal and relocation of its residents took place in the 70s. Today colour has returned to the suburb.  37 years after the disruption of the lives of those who lived in this once buzzing suburb, life has come back to the area. Those […]

Situated on the False Bay coastline, between Muizenberg and Kalk Bay, St. James is a quaint little village famous for its old-fashioned beach huts, tidal pool, pretty beach and scattering of restaurants. The suburb lies on the Southern Railway Line en-route to Simon’s Town. Taking a train to visit St. James for the day is […]