Things To Do in Ivory Coast, Ivory Coast food

The 8 Best Things to Do in Grand Bassam, Lagunes Region

Discover the best top things to do in Grand Bassam, Ivory Coast including Musee National des Costumes, Pont De La Victoire, Maison Ganamet, La 1ere boutique CFAO installe a BASSAM, Lighthouse Grand Bassam, Maison Varlet, Ex Poste de Douane, Palais de Justice Nouveau.

Where to Eat in Abidjan: The Best Restaurants and Bars

Abidjan (French pronunciation: ​[abidʒɑ̃]) is the economic capital of Côte d'Ivoire and is one of the most populous French-speaking cities in Africa. According to the 2014 Côte d'Ivoire census, Abidjan's population was 4.7 million, which is 20 percent of the overall population of the country, and this also makes it the fourth most populous city proper in Africa, after Lagos, Cairo and Kinshasa. Considered the cultural crossroads of Africa, Abidjan is characterised by a high level of industrialisation and urbanisation.

Where to Eat in Yamoussoukro: The Best Restaurants and Bars

Yamoussoukro was made capital of the Cote d'Ivoire in 1983 by the country’s first president, Felix Houphouet-Boigny. Although never as popular as the large coastal city of Abidjan, Houphouet-Boigny had great plans for the city of his birth. He commissioned several massive building projects, including a Presidential Palace and the Basilica of Our Lady of Peace of Yamoussoukro, a modern recreation of the Vatican’s St. Peter’s Basilica that lays claim to the title of world’s largest church.

Where to Eat in Grand Bassam: The Best Restaurants and Bars

Discover the best food in Grand Bassam, Ivory Coast including La Case Bleue, Les Moutons De La Pizza, Assoyam Beach, La Taverne Bassamoise, Le Quai, Restaurant La Belle Etoile, Restaurant La Baleine, Restaurant Vietnamien La Riziere, La Paillote, BlackWhite

The 10 Best Things to Do in Abidjan, Lagunes Region

Abidjan (French pronunciation: ​[abidʒɑ̃]) is the economic capital of Côte d'Ivoire and is one of the most populous French-speaking cities in Africa. According to the 2014 Côte d'Ivoire census, Abidjan's population was 4.7 million, which is 20 percent of the overall population of the country, and this also makes it the fourth most populous city proper in Africa, after Lagos, Cairo and Kinshasa. Considered the cultural crossroads of Africa, Abidjan is characterised by a high level of industrialisation and urbanisation.