Kuckis Pub - Namibia
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Directions to Kuckis Pub
Kücki’s Pub is situated in the heart of Swakopmund, within walking distance from all major hotels and the main beach of Swakopmund. As our name suggests, we have a fabulous pub but are also well known for our seafood and grill restaurant.
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