Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
This waterfront is South Africa’s oldest working harbour, and has an area of around 123 hectares, both for residential and commercial occupancies. It was named after Queen Victoria and her second son, Prince Alfred, who visited the Cape Town in 1860 and was so popular among the people of the city.
The waterfront is filled with over 450 retail shops, selling everything from fashionwear to electronics. As it is still a working harbour, you will see fishing boats bringing in fresh fish and seafood, as well as large container ships being pulled in by tugboats.