GoMetro team picks: the best weekend vibes in Cape Town


On Monday mornings, the weekend seems very far away… But that’s exactly when you need your weekend vibes on.

Cheer up, Cape Town is the best place on earth to be in the warmer months. With long days of sun, phenomenal wine, people from around the world and gorgeous sunsets that start long after you’re back from the office, life’s a peach. Or a beach.

Here, the GoMetro team share their things to do on weekends in the Mother City. Start visualising now, even text a few mates to book them for Saturday, and Monday will pass much quicker than you realise….

“Eastern bazaar in town.. they have awesome, affordable  eastern food.”

– Alicia, GoMetro junior Development intern

“Diemersdal lawn on a Friday evening”

– Justin, GoMetro CEO

“Oranjezicht Farmers Market at the V&A Waterfront on Saturday morning.”

– Dave, GoMetro Project Manager

“Muizenburg beach, Saturday morning at Sunrise”

– Gary, UK Country Manager

“Long Street on a Friday night.”

“… Actually, Long Street on a Saturday night too!”

– Nathi, GoMetro Business Developer

“Sunset at Milnerton Lighthouse”

– Baptiste, GoMetro Head of Marketing

“Mabu Vinyl Cape Town Music Store!”

– Alicia, GoMetro junior Developer intern

“Early morning swim at Saunders Rocks tidal pool”

– Dave, GoMetro Project Manager

“Looooong walks on the beach at sunset. Okay, in Summer only….”

– Teresa, Office Manager

“The Metrorail train route that goes down to Simonstown! The route goes right on the beach and you have a very beautiful view of the coast all the way. My wife and I drive down to Simonstown and get on the train at the little, quiet train station there, then we travel up to Muizenberg beach and enjoy the walk back to Simonstown along the beach, stopping at market places along the way.”

– Marnus, GoMetro Graphic Designer

What are your favourite weekend vibes, GoMetroers? Let us know! Maybe we’ll see you there soon… And remember – only six weeks left until December! Woo hoo!

By | 2018-05-14T09:34:23+00:00 October 23rd, 2017|Featured, South Africa, Uncategorized, Western Cape, Western Cape Metrorail|