Lagos might not be the capital of Nigeria (centrally located Abuja is) but it is by far the largest city in the country and most of the economical and financial life takes place here, as does criminial life and safety is a major concern here. As a matter of fact, it probably is the biggest city in Africa and one of the fastest growing anywhere in the world. It's estimated that around 15 million people live in the concrete urban jungle that Lagos is.
Lagos is hot and humid year round, with temperatures around 30 °C on most days. February to May is a bit hotter, when even nights are very warm at 26 °C on average. Although the rainy season lasts from May to October, there generally is a peak in May/June and another in October, while in between it is relatively dry.
|Avg Max||32.2 °C||33.1 °C||32.7 °C||32.1 °C||30.9 °C||29.2 °C||28.1 °C||28.1 °C||28.9 °C||30.4 °C||31 °C||31.9 °C|
|Avg Min||22.3 °C||23.5 °C||23.8 °C||23.6 °C||23.1 °C||22.6 °C||22.1 °C||21.7 °C||21.9 °C||22.3 °C||22.6 °C||22.4 °C|
|Rainfall||14.3 mm||42 mm||77.1 mm||142.4 mm||204.8 mm||312.2 mm||256.9 mm||112.4 mm||167.1 mm||135.8 mm||54 mm||19 mm|
Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS) is the country's main airport and has domestic and international connections. Most major African cities are served as well as Atlanta, London, Madrid, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Beirut, Doha, New York City, Istanbul, Paris, Rome, Beijing, Dubai, Guangzhou and Houston.
|DeRitz Premier||4 Tiwalade Close Off Allen Avenue Opp Mama Cass New World||hostel||-|
|Lagos Citilodge Hotel||No.1 Goshen Estate Road By Elf Bus Stop Lekki-Epe Expressway||hotel||-|
|Planet One Hotel & Wellness||5 Mobolaji Bank||Hotel||-|
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