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More insight about the area: Stellenbosch

The town of Stellenbosch is known primarily for two things – its renowned university and its outstanding wines. Although small, it remains a popular tourist hub and has welcomed hundreds of thousands of international tourists from all over the world. The incredible history of the region permeates the architecture, culture, art and ambience of the whole town, and continues to be a major draw card to Stellenbosch.

Stellenbosch has been dubbed “City of Oaks” for the oak trees that flank so many of the roads and shade the houses and shops. These were planted by the founder of the town, Simon van der Stel.

Closeby, the magnificent mountains make for an enormous variety of popular activities. There are a number of trails for walking, hiking and cycling.

These wind through the mountains and showcase the natural beauty of the area while revealing beautiful views of Stellenbosch from elevated heights.

The town itself is a delight to explore. The architecture has retained some of its old-world charm, which gives the whole town a romantic, historical look and feel. There are antique shops, markets, museums and imposing historical buildings everywhere. Because there is so much to see and do in and around Stellenbosch, there are a number of tours available. These are well worth it, as experienced guides are able to reveal the history and culture of Stellenbosch more intimately.

Of course, the various wine tours and wine farms around Stellenbosch can simply not be missed. There are more than 200 of these farms, the vast majority of which offer tastings, as well as wines at reduced rates.