琛嗨鱼籽酱Wine Route is comparable to Provence, France. Ride the narrow gauge train to watch the train, and shuttle through the large and small family wineries. And try various wines. The tranquility of the vineyards and the surrounding rivers and lakes is infinitely nostalgic. Stay in FranschHoek Vine ValLey, known as the most beautiful and romantic grape valley in South Africa
juki235Stellenbosch is a French town in Cape Town. All the buildings here are French-style buildings. It is also planted with blue silver flowers. When the flowers are in full bloom, the whole town looks very beautiful. A strong French street mood, very different.
JCNone the most magnificent attractions of cape town. the views from the top are spectacular. the hike to the top, though tough, is extremely rewarding experience. there are many different trails to the top
juki235SPIERS Wine Farm Hotel is located in a large grape plantation in Cape Town, South Africa. This is not only a hotel, but also a wine farm. The scenery is very spectacular. The tracts of vineyards make the area full of greenery. The wines produced here are also very famous in South Africa. They will be given away when you stay in the hotel. Two glasses of wine, the taste is quite good, worthy of a good name.
I never thought I would enjoy a motor museum this much! The property is gorgeous and the four barns of cars are well worth the visit. It's wonderful to see old cars so lovingly cared for and I would highly recommend a visit. The owner has a huge collection so the cars on display are changed regularly.
Get away from the crowds of your buses and the Tram and book a private tour with Brad! We received some great suggestions from Brad including where to go for our wine and cheese tasting, got to see a smaller boutique winery and filled in all of the wineries that were also on our list. You get to go at your own pace, can stay as long or short as you want at each stop, make changes along the way and you have great conversation as well as information along the way. Plus you get to go to some of the most beautiful properties that the tram does not.
The Franschhoek Motor Museum, a hundred years ago, the history of the car is in front of you
Franschhoek Motor Museum
Franschhoek Motor Museum
This car museum is the second richest man in South Africa
John Rupert's private museum,
collection car is just his personal hobby,
his family has from Cartier to Jaeger-LeCoultre,
from Vacheron Constantin to IWC,
from Montblanc to Dunhill has a dazzling array of luxury brands!
The result is that the lives of wealthy people are unimaginable...
The museum is located outside the vineyards of Frankfurt,
behind the Groot Dakkensten mountain range,
Unlike the cold-blooded museum,
This museum has a more natural and classical car history in a beautiful natural environment.
4 warehouses, more than 220 vehicles,
2700 square meters of exhibition area,
here exhibited the cars of a hundred years ago,
each historic long The cars are well maintained.
From the Beston motor tricycle,
to the world's first Ford,
to the Ferrari Enzo supercar...
In addition to the popular sales of various manufacturers on the market In addition to the luxury models,
many cars here are still privately customized by the Regal family,
is the only model in the world.
The mini-sports car with the 3 nickname is the exclusive car for the children.
is specially customized according to the champion models that won the AE and FE events that year,
the front of the car has left behind by the children. trace.
In addition to the uniquely shaped cars, there is also a display of motorcycles and bicycles.
Combined with the surrounding signs,
everyone can walk into the car history more than a hundred years ago.
If you are a car owner,
is definitely not wrong here!
More than 300 years ago, the French Huguenot sect settled in this magnificent valley and brought the grapes here, permanently changing the look and fate of it. Since then, the French tradition of the town has continued to this day. Every July, the Bastille Day is celebrated here. The Masters are playing the ball, wearing a beret and eating Brie cheese. Franschhoek is known as the gastronomic capital of South Africa. The variety of cuisines here is dazzling. It is even more difficult to choose from, which is home to numerous art galleries, wineries and modern and stylish homestays.
Franschhoek (French Town) is about an hour's drive from Cape Town and 1.5 hours drive from the Aquila Private Reserve;
There are many good western restaurants to taste;
Art and crafts are a major feature here, and you can stop at the various shops to enjoy;
Some art shops are forbidden to take pictures.