Lagos City Guide

Hailed as the most populous city in Nigeria and the second most populous city in the whole of Africa, bustling Lagos, Nigeria has been compared to New York, City. Nicknamed "Las Gidi" this dynamic city is known for it's hustle and packs plenty of activity for travelers!

Nigerian National Museum
Nigerian National Museum

Nigerian National Museum

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Lagos Muson Centre
Lagos Muson Centre

Lagos Muson Centre

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Tarkwa Bay Beach
Tarkwa Bay Beach

Tarkwa Bay Beach

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Lekki Conservation Center
Lekki Conservation Center

Lekki Conservation Center

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Nike Center for Art and Culture
Nike Center for Art and Culture

Nike Center for Art and Culture

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Fela Kuti Museum
Fela Kuti Museum

Fela Kuti Museum

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Shopping

Arts & Culture

  • The New African Shrine

  • The Muson Centre

  • Rele Gallery

  • Jazzhole

  • Vlekete Slave Marke

Nigerian Festivals

  • Calabar Carnivals

  • Sango Festival

  • Argungo Fishing Festival

  • The New Yam Festival

  • Osun Festival

Eats

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Eko Hotels and Suites

From:

$147.00/night

3.0
150 Hotel Rating
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Lagos Continental Hotel

From:

$159.00/night

3.0
150 Hotel Rating
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The Lilygate Hotel-Lekki

From:

$120.00/night

3.0
150 Hotel Rating
  • Lagos (LOS-Murtala Muhammed Intl.) - 45 Min. Drive

  • Kuramo Beach - 6 Min. Walk

  • Eko Gym and Spa - 8Min. Drive

  • Lagos (LOS-Murtala Muhammed Intl.) - 43 Min. Drive

  • Silverbird Galleria - 8 Min. Drive

  • Ikoyi Golf Club - 13 Min. Drive

  • Lagos (LOS-Murtala Muhammed Intl.) - 45 Min. Drive

  • Nike Art Gallery - 6 Min. Drive

  • Palms Mall - 18 Min. Drive