Lagos is the economic focal point of Nigeria and the commercial nerve centre of Africa. The state, which was initially a port city, was at a point the capital of Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy. Lagos is famous throughout Africa for its business inclination, the fast pace nature of its terrains and the wide spread of wealth amongst its dwellers.
The state plays host to one of the largest seaports in its part of the world and Murtala Muhammed International Airport, one of the busiest airports in Africa.
The skyline of the city is dominated by high rise buildings and her soils are lined with a variety of world class hotels ranging from three to five star hotels. The state is blessed with several landmarks, a few of which include the Tafewa Balewa Square, Lekki Conservation Centre, Badagry’s Slave Jetty, The Remembrance Arcade and a number of sand beaches by the Atlantic ocean. All these make Lagos a tourist destination of choice.