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Lagos Travel Guide: Things to Do, Where to Stay
There’s a frenetic energy to the crowded, colorful streets of Lagos, Nigeria. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Lagos is one of the largest cities in Africa, and has been called “the city that never sleeps” because of its 24/7 activity. It’s also home to many famous landmarks, including the National Museum, the National Stadium, and the Ikoyi neighborhood.

There are plenty of hotels in Lagos, ranging from budget options to luxury resorts. If you’re looking for something more affordable, try staying at a hostel. Hostels offer dorm rooms with shared bathrooms, as well as private rooms. They often provide free breakfast and Wi-Fi access.

Lagos has an abundance of restaurants serving different cuisines. You can find everything from Italian food to Nigerian dishes. Many people enjoy eating at local restaurants where they can interact with locals. It is home to some of Africa’s largest shopping malls. If you love shopping, then Lagos is the place to go. There are also plenty of museums and galleries to visit.

Located in the south west of Nigeria. It has two seasons – wet and dry. During the rainy season (June to October), there is more chance of getting sick as the air quality is lower than during the dry season. However, the weather is pleasant and temperatures are cooler.

Lagos is home to some of Africa’s most famous attractions. These include the National Museum, the National Stadium, the National Art Gallery, the National Theatre, the National Mosque, the National Library, and the National Archives. There are also several museums dedicated to different aspects of Nigerian culture.

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The Wheatbaker. Photo: Courtesy of the Wheatbaker

 

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Victoria Island. Photo: Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty

 

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Balogun Market is not for the faint of heart. Photo: Stefan Heunis/AFP/Getty Images

 

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OYASAF holds what is widely acknowledged to be the largest private art collection in Nigeria. Photo: Mfon Ralph Obot/Courtesy of OYASAF

 

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Surfing at Tarkwa Bay Beach. Photo: Stefan Heunis/AFP/Getty Images

 

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