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Busy street which provided access to The Company Gardens, Houses of Parliament, St George’s Mall, The Groote Kerk and then the city itself. Worthwile for sight-seeing, but not really for shopping. A yearly highlight is the lighting the Christmas lights.
Adderley Street could be classified as Cape Town's version of London's Oxford Street or New York's Fifth Avenue in terms of the quality and range of Shopping available including the presence of major Department Stores.
Adderley Street also houses several buildings of architectural importance and...More
Went to some places on the Street. Luckily the weather was pleasant, else the wind can make you shiver in winter. The history of the Street is most interesting and some ruins were discovered near the site of a new office building. Nice shops along...More
Adderley Street is Cape Town's high street. It is named after Sir Adderley, he Never visited Cape Town. his claim to fame is he was in charge of sending criminals to British colonies and his advisors told him The Cape of Good Hope was far...More
We stayed one night in Cartwright Building 19 Adderley St right in the middle of town. The apartment is completely sound proof so we had an excellent night of rest. We went for an early morning walk and it is 5 minutes to the Company...More
Did not get a chance to see the xmas lights during December so decided to view in January. The lights looked very tired for being up so long and for so many years. It's time Cape Town got new xmas lights, we deserve it!!!