5 days in Franschhoek is a must if visiting the Western Cape of South Africa. Franschhoek means ‘French Corner’ in Afrikaans as the area was named after the French Huguenots. Just like France, food and wine are fundamental here. The once sleepy village, with its Cape Dutch architecture, has grown in popularity in recent years, with its gorgeous summer weather and its proximity to Cape Town. Franschhoek is an idyllic place to spend time and here are our tips for enjoying 5 days in Franschhoek – the food and wine capital of South Africa.
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