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6 exciting things to do in Lagos, Portugal

Lagos is one of the most populous cities in the entire world: ranking at a healthy 6th rank with more than 9 million people living in the city and 14 million or so in the urban area.

A rent a car service will surely help you spend a great time in Lagos. You can drive through the whole city and enjoy different activities if you are using rent a car service. You can book your rental car in the city here: But you can also rent a car at Faro Airport on arrival.

Top things to do in Lagos:

If you are in Nigeria for a spin, here are 6 exciting things that you will not want to skip on its commercial center: Lagos:

Beaches to rest

Lagos has some of the prettiest beaches in all of Nigeria. As long as you follow their rules, you will have an excellent time-wasting the rest of your day lounging on their beaches. Though many locals usually spend their family holidays on the Takwa Bay or Elegushi Beach, you can also visit Ilashe Beach if you want a more luxurious and adventure-oriented experience.

Lagos – the city of the night

Though Lagos is known to be the commercial center of all of Nigeria, its nightlife is something certainly capable and comparable to many richer cities. Lagos has something for everyone: whether you are looking to party on a budget or want to make it as luxurious as possible, you will find your wishes come true after the dawn of the day.

Kalakuta Republic Museum for you, geeks

Like we said earlier, the beautiful city of Lagos has something for everyone. This includes the exceptionally amazing museum that is home to some of the most exceptional handcrafted murals, paintings and sketches of all time. 

Kalakuta Republic Museum is not free to visit, however, and many times you need to book in advance. This is to ensure that the integrity of the place remains, and the museum does not get flooded with customers. 

The Floating Village is breathtaking

Makoko Floating Village is one of the most breathtaking destinations right outside the main Lagos island. Though majestic, the area is a designated floating slum. You may find inspiration of some sorts here, as is common to many tourists. 

Lekki Conservation Center

Another exceptional place to visit in the heart of Lagos is the Lekki Conservation Center. This beautiful center has been designated as natural resource conservation in the Lekki Peninsula II. Established in 1990, this 78-hectare natural resource conservation contains some of the most beautiful views as well as natural habitat and a breathtaking bridge that everyone should try at least once in their lives. 

Keke? Keke! Everyone needs a Keke!

If you have played PubG mobile, you probably know what a Keke actually is. If you don’t, let us elaborate. It is basically a rickshaw – a bike that is attached to the exterior of a boxer car and runs on 3 wheels. A Keke is capable of driving up to 6 people at a time, but we’ve even seen 8 (6 in the back and 2 with the driver). 

Because Kekes are so common in the city, you will not feel scarce riding one of these.

We hope that this simple guide has helped you find out some of the most exciting things to do in Lagos.