De Waterkant Village, also known as De Waterkant Old Town, is nestled between Table Mountain, Historical “Bo Kaap”, the City Centre and the Victoria Alfred Waterfront.
The colourful mixed Georgian, Cape Dutch and Asian architecture, cobbled streets and Historical standing is what makes De Waterkant Village so unique. De Waterkant is often described as being arty, charismatic and quaint. It is a truly special area decorated with gorgeous al fresco restaurants, sidewalk cafés, boutiques and bars, comparable with Greenwich Village in New York or Soho in London.
The area is declared a National Preservation Area, and has been renovated over the years with certain guidelines to preserve the architectural style conceived in the eighteenth century.
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