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Greenmarket Square

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January 30, 2020
Catch the vibe - From the North to the South of Africa this is it. lots of shopping from all over the continent. Accessible in the city of Cape Town
November 1, 2018
is where Cape Town's rainbow nation is evident. Barter at the curio stalls and people watch from cafes around the square.
Belinda Mary
Belinda Mary
September 7, 2018
Great local and other African craft with live music, arty scene.
September 4, 2018
Outdoor market, place to buy curios and clothing made my locals
May 29, 2018
Greenmarket Square, just off Long Street heading into town, has a daily market that is popular with visitors. The open-top bus tours which leave from here are a great way to get to know the city when you first arrive (with a surprisingly entertaining audio commentary).

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Cape Town City Centre, WC 8000
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