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Compare and Grab Cheap Flights to Accra

11 Sep

compare flight tickets to Accra

The capital of Ghana is situated on the Atlantic Coast and stretches inland in the direction of north of the country. Accra is a hotchpotch of colonial buildings and skyscrapers, with combination of past elegance alongside modern architecture. Cheap flights to Accra arrive at the Kotoka International Airport from international as well as domestic locations. Situated ten minutes away from the city centre, visitors can easily get to the major sites of interests and lots of entertainment venues it has to offer in no time.

The city’s National Museum displays gorgeous exhibits of Ghana heritage, ranging from the prehistoric phase to contemporary days. The National Cultural Centre is also worth a visit as is the Kwarne Nkrumah Mausoleum. African crafts have always been a big draw for tourists, so don’t miss a journey to the Makola Market where you will discover local, one of a kind creations of art at great prices.

Jamestown is a familiar sight of Accra, being the oldest region of the capital. Now days it is still a hectic fishing centre and a great way to perceive how locals live as well as work here. In the local markets you would find brightly coloured clothes, known as Kente, once designed for the royal citizens, along with leather items, jewellery and other typical handicraft.

With the option of comparing flight tickets to Accra available nowadays, you will be able to kick back on some of Ghana’s most pristine beaches, which stretch for more than 400 km along the Atlantic coast. One of the most popular beaches and nearest to Accra is the Kokrobite Beach. Labadi Beach is another hip stretch of white sand near Accra, where cafes and restaurants can be easily seen along with entertainment like dancing, pony riding, acrobatic dancers and drum music.

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