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The Adventures of Ben Durban's Victoria Street Market is a great place to visit, there's lots of things to look at. I enjoyed pancakes for lunch there and bought a Zulu cultural outfit with shoes made from car tyres! Whatever you do guys, do not get spice in your...
If you are interested in our African culture, the Victoria Street Market is certainly one of the places to go to. Our guide Jabulani (Sambo) was excellent, explaining the intricacies of the Traditional Healers, and other African traditions expertly. Parking is...
This is a fun market to visit - shopkeepers and assistants are really friendly and only a couple were pushy. There is a lot of beautiful Zulu and Xhosa beaded jewelry here and if you’re around for a few days, you can also commission pieces. You don’t have to haggle if...
The city of Durban (eThekwini) is home to one of the largest populations of Indians outside of India, and the Victoria Street Market is a reflection of the city’s historical ties with India. While the current Victoria Street Market was built at the beginning of the...
The Victoria Street Market is known as the Vic to its vendors. Browse over 170 stalls and you will find a uniquely South African eclectic mix of African and Indian products. The ground floor has a fish and seafood market, fresh meat, fruit, vegetables and spices. The...
The Victoria Street Market is a touristy Durban market where one can buy lots of souvenirs! Spices, bracelets, African/Indian dresses and little trinkets are sold here.
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Victoria Street Market
151/155 Bertha Mkhize Street
Durban Central, Durban, 4037
KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
031 306 4021