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Ghana's capital city of Accra presents a stark contrast of grand buildings and shanty towns. For visitors, it offers a variety of attractions, beaches, culture, and history.
Accra has several nice beaches. One of the best is Labadi Beach. You can swim in the Atlantic Ocean or enjoy the various entertainment options on dry land. There are rickety cafes, beach side vendors, and amusing entertainers.
One of the best museums is the National Museum. It contains information on the country's history, heritage, and culture thoughout the ages. It deals with the slave trade in great depth and with feeling. There are many exhibits. Other museums include the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Archives, and the Artists Alliance Gallery.
Ghana is very proud of having received independence from Great Britain, and there are several attractions and landmarks in Accra dedicated to freedom and independence. These include Independence Square and Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park.
A top city sight is Osu Castle. It is the main government building today, but has served different roles over the years. One horrible use was as a storage place for slaves prior to loading them onto boats and sending them off to the unknown.
Jamestown is the oldest part of the city, and Nima is one of the poorest areas. Visit both for memorable, albeit different, experiences.
Kotoka International Airports links Accra to domestic destinations as well as other places in Africa, Europe, North America, and the Middle East. The city has plentiful taxis, and you can also rent a car with a driver. The local population tend to use vehicles known as trotros. They are old, cramped minibuses that ply various routes in the city.
Browse our Accra Holidays or the Accra Airport guides for further details and hot travel tips. Country travel information is available at our Ghana Holidays guide.