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If you’re lucky handsome feline Agatha Panther will be there to greet you. Their white chocolate macadamia ‘blondie’ brownies are an institution. You’ll even be able to see birds and people scurrying around.
Open everyday of the week at Shop 139, Irene Village Mall, Cnr. If that’s not your thing they have an extensive daytime menu. Open on Mondays from to , to from Tuesday to Friday and - on Saturdays. It’s recommended that you visit in the mornings to see the best view of the city centre when it’s illuminated by the sunlight from the east.
The viewing of the Camera Obscura falls under Sci-Enza.
You will be accompanied to the Camera Obscura from 11h00 – 15h00.
Try their new black mushroom and white cheddar burger for vegetarians, add a beef patty if you’re not.
It’s 23 metres high and a nature reserve has been built around it to protect it. Locals rave about Alfredo Fiachetti’s traditional Italian Restaurant, the proof is that it’s always full so remember to make a reservation. Cost: about R150-R200 for main meal including drinks.
We discover 30 affordable, free and fun things to do in Pretoria, a city known for more than jacaranda blossoms and the blue train.
With monthly pop-up markets, free Zulu lessons, the longest urban street in SA and some of the best mountain bike tracks, there’s lots to explore in Pretoria.
Open from Monday to Friday from 6am to 6 pm and Saturdays from 8am to 3pm, closed on Sundays. This unique restaurant is chock full of attitude and delicious food.
Corner Pierneef Street and 24th Avenue, The Moot, Pretoria. Order a glass of wine “for a whine”, enjoy the garden setting, breakfast, light or serious lunches and of course their incredible cakes. The Pretoria North park has a 3 hour high flying adult course, kids need to be 9 years and older, it costs R290 per person.