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Cape Town and vineyards

Constantia in Cape Town's center and one of the vineyards of Stellenbosch and Franchoek, which are about 50 km from Cape Town, a visit to one of them during your visit in Cape Town, is a great opportunity for a traveler to spend time outside of the city as they take you to a fairy tale world. The mild weather, the aesthetics of the vineyards lying in rows in the fields, the beauty of the villas with big gardens, the gardens, and spending pleasant hours in the sun.

The wine tram in Franchoek is an activity where you can jump with childlike joy and have fun all day long.

A tram and an open bus stop at the wine vineyards from morning to evening throughout the day, a fun touristic activity designed for passengers to hop on and off, stay at each vineyard for an hour, have a wine tasting, and go to the next one. There are 10 vineyards, as you can't visit them all in one day, you have to choose the ones you want to go to. You can visit any of these 10 farms by stopping at the vineyards of Allée Bleue, Camberley, Bartinney, Le Pommier, Zorgvliet, Plaisir Platform, Vrede en Lust Platform, Boschendal. The Boschendal Vineyards is the largest of them. Wine tastings are paid, and some have dining options.

Picnic in the vineyards is one of the favorite activities of Cape Town residents. They take the food prepared in a box and spread out to the picnic areas in the vineyards throughout the day.

The trip to the Wine Tram can be purchased for 625 Rand, including round trip and full-day tram from the Red Bus box office in Cape Town.

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