Most Beautiful Cities In Nigeria – it is said that Nigeria is the most popular country in Africa, and Fastest growing economy in Africa. here are 7 most beautiful cities in Nigeria Enjoy, and don’t forget to share with friends………
1) Abuja, Federal Capital Territory:
Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria, is one of the most organized and well-developed cities in Nigeria. It is the Washing DC of Nigeria. While in Abuja, experience a different kind of sightseeing that you may not find elsewhere in Nigeria. From beautiful government infrastructure to five-star hotels, king-sized road network, amazing bridges, restaurants and lots more. Make sure you come along with your camera…
2) Calabar, Cross River state:
Tourist attraction centers like the famous Obudu Cattle and Tinapa Resort have placed Calabar on our list of beautiful cities in Nigeria. Unique for its indigenous Calabar soup, one can say that Calabar is indeed the Canaan city. Every year, Calabar hosts Africa’s biggest street party known as the Calabar Carnival, where diverse colourful cultural costumes are displayed. Plan to attend the next Calabar carnival.
3) Enugu, Enugu state:
Enugu is the coal city, but there is nothing black about the city. The city is filled with life and colour emanating from its beautifully planned architecture and a social life like no other. The magic of the city is very captivating with places like the Ngwo Pine forest, Eziagu tourism complex, Ani Ozalla Lake, Iva valley coal mine, Awhum waterfall, and other attractions awaiting your visit. There are also lots of luxury hotels in Enugu to lay your head. So, what’s holding you back?
Lagos is the largest city in Africa and is also a major financial centre on the African continent; it also houses one of the largest and busiest ports on the continent. Whether for business or pleasure, Lagos remains one of the most sought after cities in the world. The abundance of water has given rise to places like Bar beach, Lekki beach, Badagry beach, Eleko Beach, Elegushi, & Alpha beach. Talk about nightlife, restaurants, carnivals, road network, hotels, amusement parks, and lots more. Lagos is the place to be.
5) Port Harcourt, Rivers state:
Port Harcourt is known for its record-breaking late-night activities and entertainment scene. There are several hotels, lounges, clubs, dance bars and restaurants spread out around the city. The mesmerizing greenery in the city has earned it its title, “ Garden City”.
Let’s not forget that it is one of the wealthiest cities in Nigeria, so cast your imagination wide as you visit the oil-rich city to experience its magic.