Lying on the edge of Cape own's CBD, the small, yet vibrant and lively suburb of Green Point is found about a kilometre north of Sea Point, on Cape Town's Atlantic Seaboard. It is conveniently located just behind the V&A Waterfront which is within walking distance. Green Point is the hub of Cape Town's nightlife, and is one of the trendiest places to vacation or just hang out, in Cape Town at the moment. Those looking for entertainment have a great variety of restaurants, delis and coffee bars - most with fabulous views of the Atlantic Ocean and of Robben Island - to frequent during the day and busy, lively pubs, clubs and cabaret restaurants after dark.
Staying in Green Point gives travellers easy access to some of the best attractions that Cape Town has to offer. Green Point lies on the edge of the city centre and just behind the V&A Waterfront. It is on the same main road as Sea Point but just a little closer to Cape Town's CBD. It is a vibrant, lively area both during the day and night.
It is currently the hub of Cape Town's after dark activities. With a liberal constitution and a tradition of 'live and let live', makes Cape Town and especially Green Point a gay-friendly cultural melting pot and a welcoming destination for visitors.
If it’s a friendly, villagey atmosphere you’re after, the De Waterkant area around Somerset Road in Green Point is ideal. It’s quirky and cute with brightly coloured houses interspersed with quaint sidewalk cafes on narrow streets.
For most of your shopping needs head to the Waterfront or Sea Point. Green Point is dominated by a mix of restaurants, delicatessens and coffee bars open during the day and lively pubs, clubs and glitzy cabaret restaurants which come alive at night.
Green Point is famous for its big Sunday market; a fleamarket with thousands of stalls around the stadium. Mainly African arts & crafts are being sold here. The new Green Point Stadium is being constructed on Green Point Common for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Numerous infrastructural developments will take place, with the upgrade to Western Boulevard and the new Granger Bay Boulevard being constructed, along with a massive investment in creating an urban park around the stadium.
Spending your vacation or homestay in Green Point means you are close to many lively pubs, clubs and glitzy cabaret restaurants. These pump all night, especially in season and on weekends. If you’re not a night owl, many restaurants, delicatessens and coffee bars are open during the day to keep you out of harms way. So if you’re in the mood to soak up some culture and fill your nights with retro disco parties, then Green Point is your accommodation choice.
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