reasons to come to Lagos
Lagos has a beautiful coastline. Its beaches are compatible to white, sandy beaches in Mexico or Thailand. The most attractive beaches are Tarkwa Bay, Elegushi and Oniru Beach. Lagos beaches offer fun and sun all year long.
For those who love history, the National Museum Lagos is a place to explore. The museum has a notable collection of Nigerian art, including pieces of statuary, carvings and archaeological and ethnographic exhibits. The museum was founded in 1957 by an English archaeologist and has educated many Nigerians, British, and tourists on the history and culture of Nigeria since then.
The Third Mainland Bridge is the longest of three bridges connecting Lagos Island, Lagos to the mainland, the other two being the Eko and Carter bridges. It is the longest bridge in Africa. The bridge was built by Julius Berger Nigeria PLC and opened by President Ibrahim Babangida in 1990; it measures about 11.8 km in length.
Eko Hotel & Suites is the most prestigious international hotel in Lagos, strategically positioned near the heart of Nigeria’s economic activity. Built on the exclusive Victoria Island, the hotel is spread over three buildings and has spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Kuramo Lagoon. It is surrounded by beautiful gardens and magnificent African landscaping.
If you love shopping and exploring markets, you have come to the right place. With a bouquet of commodities ranging from beautiful local and foreign jewelry to fabrics, clothing, home wares and electronics, Lagos Island Market is the largest shopping district in West Africa. While the market has no particular address as it spans across many streets on the island, certain parts within the market, including Balogun and Breadfruit Streets, are famous for attracting most of the tourists.
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