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Dorp Street

Stellenbosch, South Africa
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The street itself dates back all the way to 1710. You can have a walk down the street and there are... read more

Reviewed yesterday
arpegiator
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Pretoria, South Africa
Take me back a few years

This street dates back to 1710 and the history is still visible on and in some of the buildings... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
OneBigAdventure2016
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Stellenbosch, South Africa
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Stellenbosch, South Africa
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Reviewed yesterday

The street itself dates back all the way to 1710. You can have a walk down the street and there are interesting places to eat near by.

Thank arpegiator
Reviewed 1 week ago

This street dates back to 1710 and the history is still visible on and in some of the buildings along the street. This is a great place to just walk through and satisfy any culnirary needs that you may have.

Thank OneBigAdventure2016
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

When you are in Stellenbosch,you have to take a walk through Dorpstreet and visit OOm Samie se Winkel

Thank WendyMaes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have a special place in my heart for Dorp Street as I had to do my tourism exam on this street. As you enter the street you will notice wide gutters, these stem from the days before piped water . Dam water would flow...More

Thank davesdrivesandtours
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Wonderful street to walk up and down and shops, restaurants and bars serving good food and wine or beers. Oom Samies se Winkel is great place to explore

Thank spanishfoodie
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The houses and buildings around Dorp street are beautiful and I would expect not much changed over the years. It was nice to chill out on a very hot day have a coffee and just watch the world roll past. Had a great chat with...More

Thank Brian F
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Thus quaint st is lined with oaks and contains a collection of some of South Africa's oldest buildings. The western end contains beautiful Cape Dutch architecture including an old seminary, gaol and Dutch Reformed Church manse. The church itself is a masterpiece of elegance and...More

Thank Metokas
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Always a winner walking down Dorp Street, just love the buss hapening around one. Lots of shops and restaurants, siteseeing aswell. Always a winner

Thank Estelle D
Reviewed 12 April 2017

This oak lined street with its water furrows is full of the most beautiful historic buildings ranging from Cape Dutch to Victorian to Georgian. Full of galleries, boutiques and coffee shops it is and interesting stroll in this beautiful town.

Thank Lisa R
Reviewed 11 April 2017

We loved being in Stellenbosch, and loved walk around the streets, very calm and relaxing, taking photographs. Highly recommended.

Thank malc1005
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Marce_forever
Hi! I'm just arriving at Stellenbosch. It is Friday afternoon and I am only for the weekend. I'd like to know what is the best time to visit many places, like historic buildings, considering that it will be Saturday and Sunday. Also if you can give me other places to visit, I'll be apreciate it very much. Thanks!!!
3 February 2017|
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Response from erna o | Reviewed this property |
Yes I agree, if you have a car, also go to Strand, not far away and walk on the beach and take photos.Wineries are also great. Enjoy!
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JB0408
Hi! I am considering spending New Years in Stellenbosch with friends (we would be staying just around the corner from Dorp Str). What is it like on New Years? We are in our early thirties, so not exactly looking for a student vibe, but something fun! Any suggestions would be appreciated :)
18 October 2015|
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