Windhoek, Namibia’s small capital yet the largest city, lies in a beautiful valley bordered by the Eros Mountains in the north and the Auas mountains in the south. Its German colonial past has lingered, especially in language and architecture, yet it is fused with a modern style. Whilst some call the city provincial, it also has a cosmopolitan flare. Enjoy traditional German dishes, bread and beer, and even celebrate the German carnival. Explore the center, Independence Avenue, by foot. Visit the Tintenpalast (Ink Palace), which houses Namibia’s parliament, the 19th century Lutheran Christuskirche (Christ Church), the Alte Feste (Old Fort), and the National Museum.

Interests

  • Heritage
  • Wine & Food

Highlights

  • Joe`s Beerhouse
  • Cultural History at Owela Museum
  • Katutura Township
  • Ink Palace

Places to Stay

Casa Piccolo

Style: Boutique

Located in one of the oldest and most established residential neighborhoods in Windhoek, Casa Piccolo consists of 16 bedroom set in pretty grounds.

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Galton House

Style: Boutique

Galton House is Windhoek's newest accommodation establishment.

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Guest House Terra Africa

Style: Boutique

Boasting stunning views of the southern valleys and city, guesthouse Terra Africa is located in Windhoek.

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Heinitzburg Hotel

Style: Boutique

The Heinitzburg Hotel, is situated in one of Windhoek's beautiful castles.

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Olive Grove Guesthouse

Style: Boutique

The Olive Grove is a stylish guesthouse in Windhoek's Eros suburb.

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The Olive Exclusive Boutique Hotel

Style: Boutique

Reflecting a different Namibian region, each of the seven suites at The Olive Exclusive Hotel is decorated with great attention to detail.

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