This area of the market is over priced, you have to knock them down, night time it's not safe at all .. make sure you only visit during the day
About Greenmarket Square
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A street square with vendors hawking souvenirs and other typical stuff for tourists. You must bargain hard and knock off 30-50% from the quoted price. Could get crowded so watch your belongings!
We envisaged finding authentic paraphernalia from the Cape showcasing the rich heritage of the mother city but all we encountered were traders from the rest of Africa. Collin and Pratisha
there is many shops here in this market but all of them sell same things - they dont give you any discount maybe just few rand - no bargain here - when you try to get out of here, beggars start to surrounding you and...More
This is a fab market so much to see and look at but you really need to have your wits about you. You will also need to be firm and make sure you can bargin with them if they see your weak you have no...More
the worst type and quality of tourist cheap stuff. no class all stands sell the same things, really to be avoided by all means . for a good food market go to the saturday morning waterfront market, lovely !
Enjoyed walking thru the booths but a few of the vendors do get a bit aggressive. We found it was best to keep a distance and not stop unless you were ready to make a purchase.
This is just off Long Street and rather reach to explore, possible half foodball field. Native products and pushy vendors hoping to attract your attention. Bargaining is not a problem but a tip to bargain only if you are interested in the specified products.We are...More
Just off Long Street is a remarkable sort of pop up market. There are rows and rows of supposedly native arts and crafts. The volume is remarkable. Most stalls sell about the same stuff but it is fun too look at. We spent about an...More