Top 5 Most Beautiful Cities In Nigeria 2021 Today
Nigeria is unarguably the most populous country in Africa with over 211million people. The country has 36 amazing states with Abuja as its Capital. Nigeria is blessed with many natural resources like Tin, goal, Iron ore, etc. infoguidenigeria
From the 36 states, We will now proceed to choose 5 of the most beautiful cities for you to explore.
The popular phrase ‘ Warri people no dey carry last’ emanates from their amazing and unique lifestyle. It is the location of popular places like the ana Living History Museum, Red Mangrove swamp, Falcorp Mangrove Park / Mini Zoo, Ijala, Behind Warri Refinery, Warri Township Stadium, Delta Shopping Mall, Gemstone ultrasmart etc. It is one of the homes of Former CAN President Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor and the popular Erriga.
“Busy, fast, unique, and populated”; are some of the words that rightly define Lagos as a place. It is the home of some of the most famous and sort after places in Nigeria like Tafawa Balewa Square, Teslim Balogun Stadium, Third Mainland Bridge, Nigerian National Museum, Lekki Conservation Centre, New Afrikan Shrine, Jhalobia Recreation Park and Gardens, Freedom Park, National Arts Theatre, La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort, Hi-Impact Planet, Silverbird Galleria, Kalakuta Republic Museum, Eko Hotels and Suites. According to statistics, it is one of the busiest states in Nigeria.
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“The home of soups”. Have you tasted Edikaikong soup? You just have to. It is the capital of Cross River State.It is considered as one of the most peaceful and eventful places in Nigeria. The popular “Calabar carnival” is one of the most anticipated events in recent years. These are some of the places you can explore: National Museum, Calabar, Slave Museum, Drill Rehabilitation Center, Cross River National Park, Kwa Waterfalls, Chief Ekpo Bassey’s House, Mary Slessor’s House, Statue of Mary Slessor, Tortuga Island, the Tomb of Mary Slessor, and more.
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Uyo is the capital of Akwa Ibom state; It is tagged “the most peaceful State in Nigeria”. It owns “The Nest of Champions” which is unarguably the finest stadium in the country. It has one of the best Road Networks in the country. It plays host to Akwa united- The 2020/2021 Champions of the NPFL.Dollar to Naira
This is unarguably the most organised and well-structured city in Nigeria. It is the home of the President of Nigeria. the city has unarguably the best road network. It has some of the best five-star hostels in the country. If the President lives there that means that the city is beautiful.
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