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Enugu is a city in Nigeria known for its culture, scenery, and history. There are plenty of tourist attractions to explore when visiting, from the well-known Enugu State Museum to the well-known Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu House Museum. And best of all, you can enjoy this city without spending a lot of money thanks to the low cost of living. In Enugu, art work is popular, as well as festivals and celebrations hosted around events such as Afo-Oha Festival Of Achi in January; ‘Egba-Eze Festival which is celebrated in February; ‘Nnekeji Festival Of Achi‘ celebrated in October when there’s harvest ; and ‘Ani Onwa Ano Festival‘ which is celebrated in December as a religious thanksgiving for blessings over the course of the year and and prayers into the next year.
If you are interested in getting away from the hustle and bustle of daily life for a while, Enugu is the perfect place for you. It is one of Nigeria’s cities that are starting to enjoy an influx of tourists coming to take in its sights. The city of Enugu is the capital of Enugu State. The etymology of this word comes from the Igbo language Énú Ụ́gwụ́ which roughly translated into ‘hilltop’.
Here are a list of attractions in Enugu that you should not miss out on during your visit to the city:
Enugu State Museum: The state museum is a collection of artifacts and information about the history of the region.
Nike Lake: Nike Lake is a beautiful natural lake with clear water, perfect for swimming and fishing.
Nike Lake Resort: This resort is located at the banks of Nike Lake
The Market Square of Enugu: The market square in Enugu City is known by locals as ‘Eguare Market’. It is said to be one of the biggest markets in Nigeria next to Lagos’ Idumota Market. It has over 3 million people that come every day to sell or buy goods here.
Udi Hills: These hills are found in Enugu’s North Local Government Area, rising hundreds of meters above sea level.
- Great cuisine
- City of festivals
- Breathtaking landscapes