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Cape Quarter

The Cape Quarter is the one of the most unique retail experience in Cape Town. Wander between 3 Blocks of Chic and fall in love with the boutique shopping experience in the historic De Waterkant district.

Vintage Style Shopping
There are a number of vintage clothing stores along Kloof Street and Long Street.

Cape Town is famous for its markets, and the bustling City Bowl is no exception. Browsing markets is a great leisure activity, but also a fun bargain-hunting mission. You’re sure to find something unique, whether you’re on the lookout for a piece that’s innovative, traditional, vintage, gourmet or creative. You’ll also get to meet characteristic market sellers with great insights into the City Bowl’s patchwork of cultures.

Some of the popular Cape markets include:

  • Neighbourgoods Market
  • City Bowl Market
  • V&A Market on the Wharf
  • Holistic Life.Style and Eco Fair
  • Pan African Market
  • Church St Antiques Market
  • Adderley Street Flower Market
  • City Bowl Market
  • Earth Fair Food Market
  • Bo-Kaap Food and Craft Market

 

Street Markets in Cape Town
The old and new. Market shopping has its own appeal in the Cape
Burberry High Fashion
International brands are well represented too

A kilometre from Cape Town’s city centre, Woodstock used to be home to more textile factories than fashion outlets. But in very recent years this industrial area with mountain views has dramatically changed. The transformation of the Old Biscuit Mill into a hub of cafes and creativity led the way for further regeneration in the area. More recently the opening of the Woodstock Exchange, a collection of workshops-cum-boutiques, cafes and collectives, has bought even more fashion and design to the area.

Dark Horse in Woodstock
Dark Horse describe themselves as a designer brand for the world’s most seasoned travellers. Using locally sourced materials they craft beautiful leather accessories and quirky furniture.
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V & A Waterfront

Situated at the foot of Table Mountain, within a stone’s throw from the Cape Town Stadium and in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbour, the V&A Waterfront offers over 450 retail outlets selling everything from fashion, homeware and curios, to jewellery, leather goods and audiovisual equipment.

The Old Biscuit Mill
The Old Biscuit Mill is one of the most popular spots to find a range of boutique clothing, artworks and creatively inspired culinary treats
Biscuit Mill
Handmade streetside crafts
Take a stroll down Kloof Street and you are bound to find a lot of vendors selling hand-made crafts
African Masks
A signature of Africa - wooden masks and statues