is a famous street in Cape Town
, South Africa
. It is considered the main street of the central business district (downtown) of Cape Town. The Christmas lights, night markets, main train station and numerous shops and restaurants and office towers are on this thoroughfare.
It was named Adderley Street in 1850 to honour British Parliamentarian Charles Bowyer Adderley, who fought successfully against the plan for the British government to make Cape Town into another convict colony.