Take a look at some of the cities in Africa that will seriously make you want to travel.
It is thought that “the black continent” is one of the poorest continents in the world.
On the other hand, these stunning African cities will interact with those in the richest regions of the world.
As a representation of Africa, we are inundated with images of starving children and decaying villages in the media.
The majority have constructed individual narratives about Africa based on media images.Thankfully, this is not the case in many places.
Here are a few examples of African cities that can demolish such single stories and compete with the world’s most prestigious cities.
Luanda is the capital of the third-largest oil producer in Africa. It also houses the main seaport and administrative center of the country.
The government is putting a lot of money into making Luanda look better;by replacing slums with large social housing high rises, extensive repaving, the construction of numerous highways, and a large new airport that is currently being built outside of town and is expected to open in 2019
2.Johannesburg, South Africa
Johannesburg is South Africa’s largest and most prosperous city.It is not surprising that it is a tourist’s paradise because it is full of life, enthusiasm, and an amazing culture.
3.Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Tanzania, is the largest and wealthiest city in Tanzania and a major hub for government and business.
Nairobi and its environs offer visitors a mesmerizing landscape.Addis Ababa is the most popular destination for tourists and travel agents worldwide because it offers numerous tourism and business opportunities.
Marrakech is perhaps of the most outlandish spot on the planet, with heaps of invigorating activities and see.
Marrakech is without a doubt the most charming city in Africa because of its red buildings, beautiful oriental palaces and mosques, and lively local markets.
The Red City, the Pink City, and the City of Roses are all nicknames for this cultural haven in the middle of the red sands of the desert.
6. Cape Town, South Africa
Located at the foot of Table Mountain, the picturesque view that the city offers on a clear and sunny day is hard to describe in words. It is also not far from the famous Cape of Good Hope.
Tunisia is home to modern office buildings in narrow streets surrounded by whitewashed one- or two-story houses with blue windows and doors. The city will make you think of the Greek islands or Andalusia, Spain, in your mind.
Abuja is home to the largest mosque in Nigeria, as well as beautiful and exotic private and government buildings, efficient public transportation, well-planned layouts, and clean, wide roads.Abuja is on our list for a number of reasons, including its suburban nature, tranquility, and aesthetic appeal, as well as its abundance of activities.