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Cape Town and the Northern Suburbs offer a host of entertainment for visitors both for the indoor and outdoor enthusiasts. Choose from the several and varied activities and see some of the landmarks which Cape Town has to offer which are all within close proximity to Portobello Place. Fantastics restaurants and pubs abound in addition to movie theatres and top class shopping centres.
Exhibits simulate local condidtions of our 2 oceans surrounding our magnificent shores & include specimens e.g. sharks, penguins, seals, sun fish and much more. This is specatacle not to be missed.
Open daily 365 days a year 09H30 to 18H00
World class shopping and recreational centre with over 380 shops, restaurants and cinemas, the renowned MTN Science Centre and Ratanga Junction Theme Park.
One of the most spectacular drives in the world. From Cape Town around the Peninsula along the False Bay coastline via Cape Point and back along the Atlantic coast via Hout Bay, Clifton's famous beaches and Sea Point.
This is the oldest building in South Africa and was built by the VOC to protect the refreshment station at the Cape of Good Hope from pirates and competitors plying the trade routes between Europe and Asia.
Situated at the very top of Adderley Street in Cape Town City Centre, the Company's Garden was originally established to provide fresh fruit and vegetable for the seamen sailing from Holland to Indonesia. The beautiful Garden is home to several landmark buildings including Parliament, SA Museum, SA National Gallery, Slave Lodge, St George's Cathedral, the Jewish Museum and the university of Cape Town's City Campus.
Sun Internationals Inner City Casino and entertainment world.
60 Hectares covering the SE slopes of Table Mountain dedicated to indigenous flora. Open air concerts and recitals on Sundays, breakfasts and teas.
Just 12 kms from Cape Town, this world heritage site is not to be missed. Take a ferry ride from the V & A Waterfront to Robben Island for and informative and funfilled day.
Magical views, winding walkways, inquisitive rock rabbits and masses of indigenous flora. An unequalled cable car ride!
A vibrant fusion of shopping, entertainment and nightlife. See the website for details.
An enormous selection of wine estates, so strictly speaking a few days should be allocated to this activity as the winelands are divided up into various areas, all well worth a visit.
The Durbanville Wine Route is virtually on our doorstep with the Durbanville Hills wine estate a mere 10 minute drive from Portobello Place. After sampling some of their award winning wines why not meander on to Hillcrest or Meerendal Estate, just a stone's throw from Durbanville Hills. Cosy restaurants are the order of the day and make for a wonderful weekend outing.
Getting married? Portobello Place will assist you in planning your wedding at one of the beautiful Durbanville Wine Estates. Contact us here for further details.