Luigi Wewege Reveals Durban Travel Secrets for Japan Printing

Durban for You. By Japan Printing.

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Cosmopolitan Durban, South Africa’s third-largest city (known as eThekweni in Zulu), is sometimes unfairly passed over for her ‘cooler’ Capetonian cousin. But this isn’t fair; there’s a lot more to fun-loving Durbs (as she’s affectionately known) than meets the eye.

The city had a major makeover leading up to the 2010 World Cup, with a sleek new stadium and a revamped waterfront. The renewal of the waterfront area and the sweeping away of the old sleaze has given municipal authorities new confidence and ambition – there are plans to extend the waterfront promenade right down the south coast.

Durban’s downtown area – a buzzing, gritty grid comprising grandiose colonial buildings and fascinating art deco architecture – throbs to a distinctly African beat (but loses its shimmer when the sun goes down). The beachfront remains a daytime locus for beach-lovers.

Home to the largest concentration of people of Indian descent outside of India, Durban also boasts an unmistakeably Asian feel, with the marketplaces and streets of the Indian area replete with the sights, sounds and scents of the subcontinent. For work see Japan printing.

Where would you go on a lonely Wednesday evening?

This brand-new bar attached to Spiga D’oro is an excellent spot for a relaxing drink, and it could be the start of something completely new in the Durban nightlife scene. It’s cosy and intimate and has a long bar featuring Cape Town–brewed beer on tap

Where are the best places to go when the weather is horrible?!

Under City Hall’s impressive dome is this gallery with a small but interesting collection of South African artworks, including paintings, mixed media and ceramics. It also has temporary and rotating exhibitions.

What’s the most romantic restaurant in this city and WHY?

Roma Revolving Restaurant – The only genuine revolving restaurant in the southern hemisphere, boasting unique features of a revolving window and floor area overlooking Durban with excellent Sea and Bay views. Delicacies include continental dishes, seafood and fresh game dishes

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