Cape Town - Wynberg is one of those highly underrated urban areas on the southern side of Table Mountain in the Cape.
It operates as a link, mostly. Between old and new. Between high-end southern suburbs and the buzzing Cape flats. Between various religions, and between nature and urban development.
We asked to local millennials what they loved most about Wynberg... Here's what Zara Wichman and Zahrah Sedick deem the Top 5 things to do and see in a day: Eat breakfast at Four and Twenty Cafe
Start the morning in style with a vintage-inspired brunch at Four and Twenty Cafe. With excellent pastries and steaming coffee, this little nook with ensure you're well fed for your Wynberg exploration day. Have a peaceful picnic in Wynberg Park
Spend the morning having a peaceful picnic in Wynberg Park. For those with children, jungle-gyms and duck-feeding are an excellent way to stay active over weekends. Go Rose picking at the Chart Farm
A romantic date for two, rose-picking is a unique experience for those with green fingers. Afternoon tea is also available for when you’ve worked up an appetite.See a show in the theatre in Maynardville Park
End off your day with a brilliant performance beneath a ceiling of stars. The open-air theatre is a fantastic experience, with regular Shakespeare performances and ballets, which will sweep you away to another world for an hour or two.
Check into an eclectic boutique on Main Road
These boutiques are perfect for those with an eclectic taste in fashion.
Cape Town Tourism is currently rolling out a series of videos aimed at showcasing the best of unique Cape Town neighbourhoods. A second series featuring three Love Cape Town neighbourhoods clips was recently released, giving travellers an inside scoop on places like Langa, Constantia and Somerset West. WATCH: Langa like you've never seen it before
Previously, during the first Love Cape Town neighbourhood series, Woodstock, Kalk Bay and the Cape Town city centre was featured.
Enver Duminy for Cape Town Tourism says “These videos offer an intimate invitation to prospective and returning visitors to come and enjoy our locals’ favourite spots and personal hidden gems, first hand". What to read next on Traveller24:
- 12 Places locals love in the Cape Town CBD
- WATCH: Inside scoop into cool Constantia
- WATCH: Langa like you've never seen it before