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Port Elizabeth Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Port Elizabeth is an industrial city located in South Africa and is characterized by stunning beaches, accommodations and modern suburbs. The living standard provided by the city is excellent and tourists from all around the world book their flights to Port Elizabeth in a large number, every year. The city is also known as ‘Die Baai’ by the natives as it has rich cultures and traditions. This industrial city is South Africa’s fifth largest city and according to ma...

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Alexandria Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Alexandria is the largest sea port of Egypt and is the country’s second largest city. It sits facing the Mediterranean Sea and is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Alexandria is one of the most spectacular cosmopolitan cities of the region and accounts for nearly 80% of Egypt’s imports and exports. Due to its importance as business hub, Alexandria’s population is over 3 million. Alexandria International Airport (El Nouzha Airport) serves...

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Bamako Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Bamako is a fascinating capital city of Mali that is characterized by its simplicity and splendid nature. The city is considered as a “sprawling village” and is situated in the southwest of the country. Bamako is a clean city and is close to nature, having a population around 1.8 million. The city is largest in the country and is also believed to the one of the largest cities in the Western Africa. Tourists usually book their flights to Bamako and visit the region to ex...

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Asmara Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Asmara is the capital as well as the largest city of Eritrea. Since Eritrea was formerly an Italian colony, neo-Romanesque architecture spreads around the city. Colonial architecture has remained the main attraction in the city for tourists. Asmara International Airport serves the city, which was previously known as Yohannes IV International Airport. Egypt Air, Lufthansa, Nasair, Saudi Arabian Airlines and Yemenia offer cheap flights to Asmara to facilitate the Asmara visitors. Fl...

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Casablanca Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Casablanca is the largest city of Morocco and the hub of country’s economic activities. Most of Moroccan industry is based in Casablanca, thus the city is fast becoming highly populated as people come here to search for jobs. Thus, it is the most prospered city of Morocco. The population of Casablanca, according to the most recent census, is around 4 million. Compared to all other Moroccan cities, Casablanca is the most open-minded of all. Dressing up in designer labels, no s...

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Abuja Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Located in the central part of Nigeria; Abuja is the capital city of the country. Though it’s a highly populated area but still it’s a clean and well planned city. Abuja was built in 1980s and became the capital on 12th December 1991. It’s considered as a new capital city of Nigeria, replacing Lagos. Being an administrative hub, it has many foreign embassies and offers great living standards. The city has a rich historic background and has many museums, monument...

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Bissau Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Bissau is the capital as well as the largest city of Guinea-Bissau. It is the base of the country’s military as well as the administrative center and boasts the Guinea-Bissau’s major port. Most of Guinea-Bissau’s business activity is conducted here. The annual carnival of Bissau mainly accounts for tourism in the city however; the many ancient buildings of Bissau have remained a major tourist attraction in the city. Since Bissau was founded by the Portuguese in th...

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Morocco Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Morocco is a North African country bordered by Algeria and Mauritania. The Straight of Gibraltar separates Morocco from Europe which is around 15kn wide at its narrowest point. The country boasts a highly varied landscape whose scenic beauty suffices for increasing demands for Morocco flights. The country has seen many invasions, the first invaders to Morocco being the Arabs followed by Romans. French were the last conquerors of the country and the first inhabitants of the land wer...

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Pyramids of Giza Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Giza houses three Pyramids that are the most famous tourists’ attraction of Egypt. These Pyramids are also known as Pyramid of Cheops and Pyramid of Khufu. These Pyramids are the only survivors of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World. The history indicates that these pyramids were built in over the course of 20 years finishes off in 2560BC. The Pyramids in Giza is one of the most visited tourist destination in the world. People around the world take flights to Cairo and v...

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Entebbe Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Entebbe is situated in the Wakiso District of Uganda, along the northern shores of Lake Victoria. Until before Kampala, it served as the capital city of Uganda while its distance from Kampala is no more than 37 kilometers. Although Kampala is the capital and the largest city in Uganda, the gateway to the country remains Entebbe. Entebbe International Airports is the port of entry into Uganda and is served by a number of African as well as European carriers. British Airways and KL...

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