Lagos is a well-developed state in Nigeria that has once been placed as the Nation’s capital. Sometimes, we may live in Lagos but lack time to enjoy a great/exciting moment in some interesting places in the city due to our daily busy schedules.
Howbeit, today, what I will do in this post is that I will list out the names of the 5 best places you should visit anytime you go to Lagos.
- 1 Top Attractive Places to Visit in Lagos
Top Attractive Places to Visit in Lagos
- Eko Hotels and Suites
- La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort
- Ikeja City Mall
- Terra Kulture
- Bheerhugz Cafe
- Tarkwa Bay Beach
- Freedom Park
- Lekki Market
- Christ the Cathedral Church
- Kalakuta Republic Museum
1. Eko Hotels and Suites
Eko Hotels & Suites is the most preferred hotel in West Africa, and it’s all about the right mix! Located in the heart of Victoria Island and shielded from the hustle and bustle of the Lagos metropolis, we offer our corporate clients and walk-in guests a perfect blend of relaxation, activities, and African tradition delicately infused to meet the highest international standards.
There are airy rooms with balconies and wood floors at the hotel that offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and safes. Upgraded rooms and minifridges and tea and coffeemaking equipment; some have garden views. Suites feature separate living areas. Upgraded suites provide Nespresso machines and panoramic views.
Inside the Eko Hotels and Suites, there are many social and structural amenities such as 5 restaurants, a cafe, and 2 bars, an outdoor pool, a gym, a tennis court, and a spa. There is also a space for meetings and events.
2. La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort
The La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort is one of the most visited beach resorts in Africa situated on a piece of isolated nature along the Lekki Expressway.
Many exciting activities await you to engage yourself when you visit the La Campagne Tropicana beach resort.
3. Ikeja City Mall
The Ikeja City Mall is a mall located at Alausa in Ikeja, Lagos State. It is the first of its kind on the Mainland of Metropolitan Lagos. There is a Silverbird cinema in the mall as well as ShopRite, eateries, clothing brands and clothing stores, and different bank ATMs.
4. Terra Kulture
Terra Kulture is a leading art, culture, lifestyle, and educational center located in Lagos, Nigeria. It is the premier recreational destination.]
5. Bheerhugz Cafe
BhEERHUGZ Cafe is a premium Lounge, Restaurant, Bar, and Cafe located in three popular areas (Ikeja City Mall, Leisure Mall, and Atlantic mall) of Lagos, Nigeria.
BhEERHUGZ, as popularly known, is a leisure and entertainment spot for urban, fun-seeking Lagosians to unwind, meet, and lounge. You are guaranteed a unique lounge and dining experience. Whether you are after an intimate dinner for two or a private party, we cater for all.
6. Tarkwa Bay Beach
Tarkwa Bay Beach is one of the most beautiful attractions in Lagos. It is very close to the Lagos harbour. The area is frequented by people who love to swim or partake in water sports. Tarkwa Bay Beach is only accessible by boat.
7. Freedom Park
Freedom Park is the most popular relaxation centre and leisure park on Lagos Island. It was formerly a famous prison that housed some of Nigeria’s most revered heroes like Herbert Macauley and Obafemi Awolowo. The aim of Freedom Park is to secure Nigeria’s fast eroding historical and cultural heritage. The park has a theatre, garden, cultural museum and recreation park. It is always open to everyone and there is so much to enjoy in this place.
8. Lekki Market
Also known as Lekki Arts and Crafts Market, this market is a cultural phenomenon. It is always bustling as it located near the busy Lekki-Epe expressway. The market is very organised, even though crowded. You can buy wooden sculptures, necklace, masks and bracelets. There are also catchy bowls and beautifully designed chairs on sale. Other parts of the market sell Ankara bags, neckpieces and dresses.
9. Christ the Cathedral Church
Christ the Cathedral Church is located in Marina, Lagos Island, Lagos. The building was completed in 1946, but the foundation was laid in 1867. The church also houses a cenotaph built in the memories of Africa’s first bishop, Samuel Ajayi Crowther. It is at the present, the seat of the Lagos Bishop, it was formerly the seat of the archbishop of West African Province. Christ the Cathedral Church has an architectural beauty that stands out.
10. Kalakuta Republic Museum
A trip to Lagos will be incomplete without a visit to the Kalakuta Republic Museum. It is located in Ikeja, the capital of Lagos and it has become a site for visitation for Lagos tourists. The Kalakuta Republic Museum was formerly the residence of Afrobeat legend and musical genius, Fela Kuti. It housed his recording studio as well. Today, the museum stores his relics and memorials, every tiny tidbit that was significant to Fela’s life can be found in the museum.
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