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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Cosmetics Shop
“Really nice to walk around and look at all the little craft shops and have a coffee with view of the harbor and Table Mountain, great vibe, various of shops in the Mall ”
  • 325 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Amazing shopping experience with convenient accessibility to retail, restaurants and other entertainment.”
  • 201 locals recommend
  • 3 Experiences
“The Aquarium is a treat for all ages and will keep kids fascinated for hours. It's right next to the V&A Waterfront, City Sightseeing Tour Bus stop and plenty of other activities. Also a great option for rainy days!”
  • 106 locals recommend
Art Museum
“For the building alone, it's must-see. The art thereafter is an education and a treat. ”
  • 154 locals recommend
  • 3 Experiences
“Its Capetown flagship tourist place. Plenty to do, restaurants, night life, aquarium. Scenery is everything. A must see, trust me”
  • 181 locals recommend
“This place is amazing for any occasion whether it’s just a lunch or dinner or just stopping by for a drink or coffee or you want to celebrate your birthday or anniversary. Feet in the sand, good music, unbelievable sunsets!”
  • 142 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“To me the best sushi in CT, Sammy the head sushi chef is a legend. It is in the V&A mall but the sushi is brilliant. They also have a seafood menu for the non sushi inclined.”
  • 114 locals recommend
Mexican Restaurant
“Go at sunset and book a table on the balcony. Go downstairs for a tequilla after dinner.”
  • 94 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Great shopping, incredible Zeitz Mocaa Museum, wonderful restaurants...don’t miss Willougbys for best sushi. The Oranjezicht Saturday Market is amazing and the Grand Beach Club is fun for sundowners with your feet in the sand.”
  • 116 locals recommend
Miscellaneous Shop
“The original old Cape Quaters were renovated into a beautiful shopping experience. ”
  • 88 locals recommend
“Visit Saturday mornings - lovely food, fresh produce and other stalls. Close to the beach front in Granger Bay”
  • 108 locals recommend
Sushi Restaurant
“One of the classics, a stalwart of the Cape Town foodie scene...and for good reason! ”
  • 76 locals recommend
“One of only two locations that have their own beach, this overpriced bar/restaurant is known for it's scantily clad clientele and bad food. Very popular amongst those wishing to flaunt their wealth”
  • 61 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“Italian known for its veal and pasta (De Waterkant). Requires definite bookings in advance especially in High Season, but come highly recommended by local experts.”
  • 50 locals recommend
“One of Cape Town's most famous landmarks. Head here for sunset cruises, tours to historic Robben Island, shopping, sightseeing and more.”
  • 74 locals recommend
History Museum
“Madiba spent 18 years imprisoned on Robben Island, which is located just under 7km from off the coast of Bloubergstrand, Cape Town. This is a three to 5-hour excursion. Website: ”
  • 25 locals recommend