Victoria Street MarketCurrently Closed
- Address: Denis Hurley St, Durban 4001, South Africa
- Timings: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 27-313064021
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Flea Market, Market, Street Market, Family And Kids, Street Food
Durban has its own Indian district. Sadly they don’t have a catchy name like Chinatown, but they do have Victoria Street Market. Kurtas, saris, incense, other fabrics, spices and pretty much anything appropriately Indian is available here. The place is a thrill for the senses, with over a hundred and fifty stalls filling the air with sharp, spicy scents. Apart from spices, there’s a market for seafood, meat, fruits and vegetables. And naturally, the Indian atmosphere wouldn’t be complete if you didn’t get a chance to bargain so go ahead and test your negotiation skills against the vendors. The atmosphere here is heady with exotic energy. Close by, you’ll find the Grey Market, which has more Indian shops and architecture. Make sure you tuck into an Atom Bomb curry.
One of the prime destinations for shopping in Durban, Victoria street market is a paradise for shopaholics. As is the case with most of the markets, there are no ticket prices for Victoria Street Market. However, if you look forward to know and shop from this market better, go for a guided tour, for which the Victoria Street Markets ticket prices may be subjective. As you book tickets for Victoria Street Market tours with us, you will get some great discounts on our tickets section.
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50.25% of people who visit Durban include Victoria Street Market in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
42.15% of people start their Victoria Street Market visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Victoria Street Market
54.15% of people prefer walking in order to reach Victoria Street Market
A colourful experience in the heart of the city. Interesting shops catering for tourists representing the African curiosity (curios, animal skins etc.) Indian spices with a most interesting guide to spices at Madari & Son who we explains which and how spices are mixed for the exotic flavours in a multitude of foreign languages It is the expression of African experience with an Indian flavour
Experience the smell, aroma and sounds of a typical curio and spice market with ethnic garments. The fresh fish market is across the street and underground parking is available
Vibrant with the smells, sights and sounds of a typical curio, spice and flea-market. Popular with tourists and worth a visit
Victoria street marker is an oldest market in Durban. Here you can buy your fruits and vegetables. And its is also a tourist destination
The informal economy is booming I just wish the government/ municipal recognized it more and catered for it accordingly