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Lush and colourful Benin City showers visitors with a welcome that few other places can muster. Benin was once the capital of a mighty West African empire. ...

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Ibadan is a pioneering city: the location of the first television station in Africa, the tallest building (at that time) and the first Nigerian ...

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Lagos is a city buzzing with art, music and adventure. Situated around a lagoon of islands and the mainland, the city is divided into geographic districts, ...

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Seaside Accra is a melting pot of sophistication and poverty, hustle and relaxation, not to mention numerous ethnicities. Accra locals are always on the ...

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Friendly Enugu is a charming city full of greenery and history. Just one hour away from Abuja, you can escape into the tropical jungle on the city’s many ...

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Abuja may be the capital but Kano is actually Nigeria’s second largest city after Lagos. It’s a place bustling with trade, military officials and vibrant ...

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Few cities are as iconic as London. From taking a black taxi cab to having afternoon tea, everything is an experience in the British capital. That’s not to ...

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As Nigeria’s economic centre and a cultural hub, Lagos is sure to pop up onto your itinerary at some point. It’s a city full of art, music and history ...

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Seaside Accra is a melting pot of sophistication and poverty, hustle and relaxation, not to mention numerous ethnicities. Accra locals are always on the go ...

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Asaba’s a relaxed, vibrant city that’s always on the edge of exciting things. Although many of its landmarks date from its colonial era, there is a more ...

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