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The real question is, what’s not on? There is always something to do in Stellenbosch. Thanks to the vibrant student culture, you can find bustling restaurants and music any night of the week. Search Stellenbosch Events by clicking here
A history in wine The town of Stellenbosch dates back to 1679 and the first vineyards were planted in the same year.  The Stellenbosch Wine Route, world-renowned for its award-winning wines, was founded in 1971, making it the second-oldest wine p...
The town draws artists from around the world, but Stellenbosch also boasts several local artists who have gained international acclaim. Their work is on display in the many art galleries in town and on wine estates.  One of the flagship artworks...
Our rich, colourful heritage dates back to 1679 and is depicted in fine Cape Dutch, Georgian and Victorian architecture. Get a taste of the history and heritage that contributed to our town being what it is today at the Stellenbosch Village Museum....
SPORT Stellenbosch is a sporting mecca with a proud history of achievements. It is also a prime destination for international sport enthusiast.   The scenic surroundings and mild weather are conducive to both indoor and outdoor activities, ma...
STUDY Each year, students from around the globe flock to the town not only for its reputation as a world-class centre for learning, but also because of the unique village setting and rich, cultural heritage.   Boland College is an aw...
Whether you take a morning walk or afternoon stroll, you’ll find a huge variety of cafés, coffee shops and small restaurants lining the streets in the town centre.  Wander along Bird, Plein, Ryneveld, Andringa or Church streets where tables spill out...
Almost every conceivable cuisine in every conceivable location – that’s the Wine and Food Capital of South Africa dining experience. There are more than 200 restaurants offering the most basic dishes to over-the-top and 5-star dining experiences, set...
Being the second oldest town in South Africa, Stellenbosch is steeped in history. The history of the town is all around you - museums and art galleries are dotted around the town and even historic Dorp Street is a National Monument, with one of the l...
With so much invested in nature and the elements, it’s vital for Stellenbosch’s natural environment to be preserved and nurtured. The Simonsberg Environmental Education Centre on DelVera farm, assists the local communities in training and awareness p...

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Stellenbosch, 7600