10. Kumasi (Ghana)
There are so many plants and flowers that the city can be called Eden.
9. Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)
It lies on the shores of the Indian Ocean, famous for its local university, the largest and oldest state institution of higher education in Tanzania, and the Technological Institute.
8. Libreville (Gabon)
In the stunning architecture and monuments of Libreville, the undoubted French imprint is read. The city lies on the Atlantic coast.
7. Cape Town (South Africa)
Cape Town is the third largest city, located near the southernmost point of Africa.
6. Johannesburg (South Africa)
Johannesburg is considered a world-class city.
5. Nairobi (Kenya)
Nairobi is the most populous metropolis in East Africa, as well as the largest city and capital of Kenya.
It is also known as the “Green City under the Sun.”
4. Gaborone (Botswana)
It earned the reputation of peaceful, politically stable, and economically powerful city, as it is one of the largest diamond producers in the world.
3. Tunisia (Tunisia)
In its eponymous capital, echoes of the times of the Ottoman Empire and the French colonial past are preserved in the form of different architectural ensembles.
2. Windhoek (Namibia)
It is clean, relatively safe, and easy to move around.
German culture has had a tremendous impact on Windhoek: from speech to architecture.
Mauritius is an Indian ocean island, and very interested in preserving the attractiveness of its own resorts and the surrounding nature