The only thing to do here is take a picture of the colorful building. So it was a miss for me. Nothing special.
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Wonderful assortment of coloured buildings. Not much else to see but enjoyed the experience nonetheless. Was a cold, wet day on our visit which didn't add to the enjoyment and the colours weren't as vibrant as they would have been in a sunny day.
What a beautiful sight, awesomely painted houses, wonderful history tour as part of the landscape of this old city.
nice way to have good first impressions from South Africa : visit on our first day arrival : very colorful and a great shop with all kinds of herbs to visit also !
We had a good time walking around this neighborhood with early morning photographer's light.The colors of the buildings are cheery and bright. Everyone was friendly and waved hello. Our guide said that all of the homes had originally been white but owners painted them bright...More
My family and I had an amazing trip to the Bo-kaap district. Our guide was Keith, who was knowledgeable of the history and significance of Bo-kaap. He also took us to the market to buy South African spices to bring back home. In addition, we...More
Bo Kapp is the colourful muslim center of Cape Town. We lived there for a small week in a very nice AirBnb apartment. Some nice shops with design and arts and crafts products. Also nice coffee shops and close to shopping and restaurants in Bree...More
We booked a cooking class in Bo-Kaap, which included a quick tour of the street. The cooking class was hosted in one of the colourful houses and included samosa's, curry chicken, roti and chilli balls. This was a great way to immerse ourselves and experience...More
This is a can't-miss stop for any visitor to Cape Town. Colorful buildings, colorful history and great Cape Malay cuisine.