Want to experience Cape Town like a local? You came to the right place. The Mother city’s markets are popular among locals and visors alike.
We’re starting off at the Oranjezicht City Farm Market (OCFM), where you can enjoy coffee, smoothies, pastries and many lunch options while looking at the Atlantic Ocean. Capetonians also come here to buy fresh and locally made produce - ranging from veggies and fruit to bread and even artisan fashion. Next on the list: Neighbourgoods Market at the Old Biscuit Mill. Here you can check out many hand-crafted stalls, more food (of course!) and sip on a drink while listening or dancing to live music.
Ready to indulge in a variety of food stalls that will make your taste buds sing an anthem over Cape Towns cuisine?
Then come join us!
Please note: Both markets cater for vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and halaal preferences. Card payments are accepted everywhere. If cash is king for you - please bring it along as there is no ATM at our first market (OCFM).
Meet at the entrance to Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront. (10 am). From there, we’ll walk to the market together. (500m)
- Stop: Oranjezicht City Farm Market (OCFM), Spend about 1h there
- Stop: The Neighbourgoods Market (@The Old Biscuit Mill), Spend about 2h there
Drop off at your accommodation (+/-2pm)
Good to know
- This tour is taking place on Saturdays and Sundays only
- All markets cater for vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and halaal preferences
- Card payments are accepted everywhere
- Transport & local accredited guide
- Road tolls & Parking fees
- Food & drinks
- Come hungry!
- Casual at your convenience
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