## About Lagos
For the first time visitor who has just arrived in on flights to Lagos it is best to split the city into four parts – Yaba which is south of the airport; Lagos Island, the centre of the city; Ikoyi Island, a smart suburb with luxury hotels; and Victoria Island, even more upmarket and which faces the Atlantic Ocean. All the islands are connected by interlinking bridges and elevated expressways.
Must see spots in Lagos
The three main markets in Lagos are sure to take up a lot of your time while you are sightseeing. There is the Sandgrouse Market selling live food, Jankara Market full of fabrics and charms, and Balogun Market with more fabric from across all of West Africa. If you buy something to take home on your flights Lagos and its sights will stay in your memory for a long time.
Live music spots are dotted all around the city, and along with the nightlife of Lagos, are well worth experiencing. Nightclubs do not get going until at least 11pm so enjoy a meal of kebabs or goat’s head soup first.
Lagos Island is good for spotting Brazilian architecture built by former slaves, and there is the National Museum with fascinating displays of ancient sculpture as well as a craft centre.
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Many airlines that have flights Lagos bound are based at Murtala Mohammed International Airport, which is about eight miles north of the city. This shows there are plenty of flights to Lagos all year round but for the cheap flights to Lagos use BudgetAir for those and all your travel needs.
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