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Lagos is at the centre of the most important film industry in Africa, Nollywood, which produces around 1,500 films each year, telling stories of ordinary lives which have an appeal across the continent. It is one of the most important homes of the Afrobeats music movement, one aspect of the huge music scene which is beginning to draw tourists from far and wide. Have you really been to Nigeria if you haven’t visited Lagos?

Lagos is a busy port city built on a series of islands and surrounding land on the West Coast of Africa. It one of the fastest growing cities in the world, with a population of 21 million including its surrounding conurbation. Abuja became Nigeria’s capital in 1991, Lagos remains the economic heart of the country. The city is particularly notable for its transformation over the past 20 years, from a place which in the late 90s was beyond state control and regarded as dangerous, to a new world destination with a fledgling tourist industry, which is also attracting back the Nigerian diaspora. Today it is rapidly gaining built infrastructure and regulation, enabling it to attract more investment and continue to develop.

Lagos is a melting pot of cultural traditions. The city has a lively growing arts scene, which is as much evident on the streets and in personal celebrations as in formal settings.


Places to see
  • Tarkwa Bay Beach
  • Landmark Leisure Beach
  • Eleko Private Beach
  • Barracuda Beach
  • Santa Cruz Beach
  • Elegushi Beach
  • Lekki Conservation Centre
  • Kalakuta Republic Museum
  • Lufasi Nature Park
  • Amusement Park Apapa
  • National Museum Centre
  • Lagoon Front Resort
  • Nike Art Gallery
  • Signature Beyond Art Gallery
  • Negro Art Gallery
  • Ikeja City Mall
  • Palm Shoprite
  • Sky Mall
  • Spar
  • Maryland Mall
  • Mega Plaza
  • Silverbird Cinema
  • Genesis Cinemas
  • Ozone Cinema
  • IMAX Cinema
  • RSVP Restaurants
  • The Place
  • Bukka Hut
  • Hard Rock Café
  • Ibile Foods & Lounge
  • Ocean Basket
  • Casper & Gambini’s
  • Danfo Bistros
  • Quilox
  • Club 57
  • Pablo By Cabana
  • Trojan
  • Rumors Night Club
  • Dejavu Gentleman’s club
  • Silverfox
  • Owens Lounge
  • Bay Lounge
  • Piccadilly

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