Things to do in Windhoek:

Visit the Alte Feste

A national heritage site

The Alte feste (or “Old Ford”) in Windhoek is situated on a small hill closed to the Tintenplaste (The Namibian house of the parliament)

The Alte Feste is situated on a high point overlooking the central business district of Windhoek.

Christuskirche / German church

Windhoek’s best-recognized landmark, and something of an unofficial symbol of the city, this German Lutheran church stands on a traffic island and lords it over the city center. This unusual building, which was constructed from local sandstone in 1907


Namibia Crafts Centre / Café

This place is an outlet for heaps of wonderful Namibian inspiration – leatherwork, basketry, pottery, jewellery, needlework, hand-painted textiles and other material arts – and the artist and origin of each piece is documented.


This cafe-restaurant-bar is a great spot to perch yourself above Tal St, checking out the local action and taking in the breeze from the outside deck. It’s one of the capital’s more pleasant places to consume food or have a cold drink.

Trans Namib Railway Museum

The Trans Namib museum is located in historical Windhoek Railway station building. The museum was officially opened on 1 July 1993. The exhibition consists of wide range of railway equipment, maps and related items date back to German colonial times and South African administration. Outside of the museum you can see old locomotives including the first diesel locomotive in the country.

And much more . . .




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