If You Only Have Three Days in Cape Town
Go outside, eat a lot, and plan where you'll be during sunrise and sunset—so that you're somewhere cool to enjoy them. With just three days to explore the Peninsula, you'll want to cover a of of ground. Highlights include: tourist attractions in the city, local cuisine and shopping, a day trip to Cape Point, a township tour, and wine tasting in Constantia.

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Pastis, Je t'Aime

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After a wine tasting at Groot Constantia, I had a nice late lunch/early dinner at a cute little French café called Pastis. It’s located in a shopping plaza called High Constantia, right outside of the road that leads to the vineyard. Sitting outside, amongst lime trees and sunshine, was the perfect end to a wine-tasting outing. My mozzarella/tomato/basil sandwich was delicious and I could tell the bread was freshly baked. The wait staff and manager were friendly, phoning a taxi for my return home without hesitation.

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by Marie Frei
AFAR Local Expert
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