Accra is forever changing and with each visit I am sure you too will find something new. Accra over the years has grown to become a vibrant city with many international shops and attractions to help the whet the appetites of the seasoned traveller or novice.
Among the highlights of Accra are the National Museum, with its splendid display of exhibits that reflect the heritage of Ghana from prehistoric times to modern times, the National Theatre with its distinctive modern architecture, the Centre for National Culture,
Independence Square, the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, the fishing port at James Town and Makola Market. The University of Ghana at Legon is just 14km north of Accra, and its distinctive buildings are set amongst elegant tree-lined gardens that are popular with students and visitors alike.
The Accra International Conference Centre has played host to many international gatherings.
For the shopaholic in you why not try out the Accra mall which is located conveniently at the crossroads of the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange and the Spintex Road which provides access for residents of Accra and surrounding residential and commercial areas.
Or why not venture a uptown to Osu, and the famous Oxford Street. Not to be confused with Oxford St UK. However here you will find a vibrant mix of shops, banks and places to eat. It’s a place where Ghanaians strutt their stuff.