The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
Cape Town • South Africa

From: Cape Town Travel Guide

See also: Cape Town Beach'sTable Top MountainCape Point

The V and A Waterfront, Cape Town, South Africa
The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront has now turned into a very modern shopping, entertainment and leisure destination and which also contains its own luxury marina.

The Waterfront also offers wonderful views of the harbour from the Pierhead, Quays and Alfred Basin and the added attraction of seals which are often sited within the Alfred Basin, Waterfront Marina and at the Gateway to Robben Island.

Boat Tours
Small and large vessels are available and can be booked through the information centres which are positioned on the Waterfront near to Quay 4 and the Gateway to Robben Island.

Helicopter Trips
There are many charter companies who offer trips by air in and around Cape Town such as around the harbour, to the Winelands and to the airport as well.

The V and A Waterfront Information Centre
It is here that you can find out the latest information on boat trips, taxi's and general advice. The main Information Centre is in Market Square, near the Central Station and there are many information kiosks situated within the Waterfront complex such as at the Market Square, Clock Tower and Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre.

Travel There
The bus stops are sited near to the Clock Tower and Pierhead and there are many Taxi Ranks located at the Central Station off Dock Road. If you travelling by car there are many car parking areas situated within the Waterfront.

Opening Hours
The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is open daily.

Cape Town Travel Attractions Guide
In and around the harbour you will find many other shops, restaurants, taverns, theatres, craft markets, malls, cinemas and the Maritime Museum.