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EExplore Port Elizabeth, Ibhayi (“the bay” in isiXhosa) or the Friendly City as it is affectionately known by locals. This is the coastal hub of the Eastern Cape and has many hidden treasures and some amazing history. With its rich history and variety of attractions, delegates can enjoy a walking tour of the city – stopping off at the Campanile (commemorating the 1820 settlers), Donkin Reserve, Vuyisile Mini Square, Fort Frederick and the South End Museum. City tours often start from the Campanile Memorial – an important landmark situated at the entrance of the railway station and then proceed to follow Route 67 – an exciting trail that combines the best elements – both historical and modern day – of the people and culture of the Eastern Cape. It also pays tribute to Madiba’s 67 years of service to South Africans.

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EExplore Port Elizabeth, Ibhayi (“the bay” in isiXhosa) or the Friendly City as it is affectionately known by locals. This is the coastal hub of the Eastern Cape and has many hidden treasures and some amazing history. With its rich history and variety of attractions, delegates can enjoy a walking tour of the city – stopping off at the Campanile (commemorating the 1820 settlers), Donkin Reserve, Vuyisile Mini Square, Fort Frederick and the South End Museum. City tours often start from the Campanile Memorial – an important landmark situated at the entrance of the railway station and then proceed to follow Route 67 – an exciting trail that combines the best elements – both historical and modern day – of the people and culture of the Eastern Cape. It also pays tribute to Madiba’s 67 years of service to South Africans.

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