St George's Mall is a great place to enjoy some interesting street vendors, coffee shops, restaurants and much more. You are bound to pass through it when in town
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from the railway station walk to the flower sellers - a great photo shoot. The Mall is pedestrianised...wander at will. at the far end is a memorial worth seeing - and across Wale Street is St. George's Cathedral
Nice mall, but be careful around this area, it is not the safest for tourist, these days, make sure you go in large groups.
An easy way to get from one side of the city to another as it is mainly a pedestrian mall with fine shops selling goods and services. St Georges Mall use to be a city street running parallel with Adderley street, but as big business...More
Lots of interesting shops either side of the mall, and plenty of stalls in the middle, offering all kinds of wares...some pretty and covetable, many rather tawdry and cheap...be careful with your bag...lots of pickpockets around.
We stumbled across a weekly lunch market at St. Georges Mall while we were walking by on a Thursday afternoon and we were so happy we did. Filled with independent, local food vendors and great for foodies. Great for eating and people-watching while you listed...More
What an excellent idea it was to pedestrianise this street as now the informal traders have a well demarcated area where they can sell their wares and shoppers can move around without cars whizzing past them. The mall starts very close to the St George's...More
We strolled the length of St George's Mall a few times. Each time the passage seemed busy and lively. There are numerous stores, restaurants and merchant stalls. Everybody takes a photo with the somewhat weird statue with multiple heads of Bart Simpson.
We stayed at the Holiday Inn which on St George's Mall. We walked around, It is a nice pedestrian mall with some street vendors. Nice, but nothing spectacular.