Several cities on the African continent, especially capital cities are very beautiful – well-planned structurally with enchanting sites and attractions that captivate visitors and makes one want to stay longer or return.
The PunchNg.com makes a compilation of eight African cities to look forward to seeing – perhaps after COVID-19 and the resumption of international flights. Check them out, and see if the choices give you wanderlust:
Luanda is the capital of Africa’s third largest oil producer and is home to the nation’s main seaport and administrative center.
Its government is investing heavily in making Luanda more aesthetically pleasing; by building large social housing high rises to replace slums, performing extensive repaving, the construction of several highways and a large new airport currently being constructed outside of town projected to open in 2019.
Johannesburg, South Africa
Johannesburg is the largest and wealthiest city in South Africa. Filled with life, enthusiasm and an amazing culture, it is no wonder that it is the tourist’s paradise.
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Major city for business and government, Dar Es Salaam is the largest and richest city in Tanzania.
The five charming towns and cities in Africa.
Nairobi and its outskirts offer a spellbinding landscape to its visitors. Home to several business opportunities and tourism, Nairobi is the choicest destination for travel agents as well as tourists worldwide.
Marrakech is one of the most exotic places in the world, with lots of exciting things to do and see.
Its red-coloured buildings, beautiful oriental palaces and mosques, and vibrant local markets are what make Marrakech the most enchanting city in Africa, undoubtedly.
This cultural oasis nestled amidst the red sands of the desert is often called the Red City, the Pink City or the City of Roses.
Cape Town, South Africa
Located at the foot of Table Mountain, the picturesque view that the city offers on a clear and sunny day is hard to describe in words. It is also not far from the famous Cape of Good Hope.
Home to modern office buildings in narrow streets with white washed one or two storey houses with blue windows and doors, Tunis will have you reminiscing about the islands of Greece or Andalusia in Spain.
Abuja is home to neat and wide roads, well planned lay-outs, effective and cheap public transportation, beautiful and exotic private and government buildings as well as the grandest mosque in Nigeria.
Aesthetically pleasant, serene and suburban nature while also offering many activities, are just some of the reasons why Abuja is on our list.