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When you visit Cape Town make sure you discover the vibrant City itself and the wonderful people and flavors from ground level. Take a walk with our local guide in the City Centre of the Mother City. Immerse yourself in culture and daily living and take a historic journey back in time and discover what makes this place so special. Come and see the diverse people and learn about what makes these locals tick by walking the city. Don't just drive pass walk it.
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7/16/2020 - 6/21/2024
Monday - Sunday : 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Queen Victoria Statue
30/A, Nrupathunga Rd, Ambedkar Veedhi, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001, India
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Whether it's an espresso or a flat white come experience the joy of coffee in the Mother City where coffee is the absolute lifeblood of its people. With the industrial feel with a modern take on the coffee, we grab a coffee from Truth. The Truth shall set you free.
Come and see exhibitions of the once-thriving community of District Six before the Apartheid and segregation era in South Africa. The museum is housed in the newly renovated and restored Methodist Church building, marvel at the architecture daing back 100's of years.
The City Hall is a wonderful example of an Edwardian architecture built-in 1905 located on the famous Grand Parade. Built from limestone imported from Bath, England this is the spot where Nelson Mandela addresses the South African people for the first time after being released from prison. Have you picture taken with a Brass life-size statue of Nelson Mandela with his fist pumped in the air showing victory over oppression.
Food Stop. Here we try some local flavors of the Cape Malay culture from Chilli bites to samoosas maybe a bunny-chow an authentic Cape Town experience.
We visit the oldest Christian place of worship in South Africa built-in 1841 by Herman Schuette. This Dutch Reform Church houses the biggest organ with its 5917 pipes. Come and gaze at the ceiling and the ornate pulpit carved out of teak and sit in the pews.
We stop briefly at Church Square to see where the British and Dutch traded with slaves and how the slaves got their new names.
The iZiko Slave Lodge is the oldest building in Cape Town built-in 1879 it housed many slaves brought into the Cape by the VOC ( The Dutch East India Company). inside you'll find lots of galleries that explore the history of the slave trade in the Cape.
We stop in St Georges Mall for some more local flavors to sample. This is a walkway for pedestrians only here you will find lots of street food stalls catering for this cosmopolitan city form Local cuisine to Sushi and food truck style food.
Situated at the foot of Signal Hill and the fringe of the City you will find Bo-Kaap. You will see all the colorful houses that were called "huurhuisjes" ( rental houses) these were houses that built and rented out to the slaves of the Cape. Also called the Malay Quarter as during the segregation in South Africa in the mid 1900's was only inhabited by people of the Muslim faith.
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