Africa has always been known as the black continent. It is highly regarded positively as the continent with the highest mineral resources. This is why the top exporting countries are situated in Africa.
On the contrary, Africa harbours very poor and underdeveloped places that are ignored, subjected to penury and inhabitants struggling to feed and survive.
By the way, there has been drastic changes over the past couple of years and most places, states and countries have been developed and beautified to attract both locals and foreigners and guarantee peaceful living, progress and development.
Most Developed and Beautiful Cities in Africa.
Here is an updated 2021 list of the 15 Most Developed And Beautiful Cities In Africa:
1. Cape Town, South Africa
This city deserves to top our list because it has beautiful beaches and a vast number of tourist attractions.
It is the most developed city in Africa and it has it all! Cape Town is located at the base of Table Mountain and right on the Atlantic Ocean.
Coupled with its beauty, it has one of the best governmental and economical strategies in the whole of Africa.
2. Marrakesh, Morocco
Marrakesh is Morocco’s fourth largest city and it harbours amazing ancient and modern culture.
If you’re looking for a place to spend your vacation, Marrakesh is the place for you. It is a city with more liberty and less draconian laws.
It really should not be a surprise that this is coming after Cape Town.
3. Cairo, Egypt
Cairo is an extremely large city, and one you would expect to be untidy, rough and chaotic. But no, Cairo has an understanding Government which does not tolerate dirt, violence or any sort of crime.
It is well-polished, beautiful and has a friendly environment.
4. Stone Town, Zanzibar
Stone Town may be nothing short of an old Swahili coastal trading town, but it remains on of the best cities in the whole of Africa.
The terrains, the horizons, the people, the language—all these showcases the beauty and development in the city.
It is regarded as the heart and soul of the beautiful island of Zanzibar.
5. Johannesburg, South Africa
Johannesburg remains South Africa’s largest city and one of the most modern and wealthy.
Some may even compare it to New York City due to its stability, development and overall beauty.
6. Kigali, Rwanda
Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda, is popularly recognized as one of the tidiest cities in Africa.
It is also famous for its appreciation of wildlife and tourists do visit to explore the Mountain Gorilla reserves and all other attractions.
The Rwandan government has the best of the people’s interests at heart, hence Kigali remains developed till this day.
7. Essaouira, Morocco
Essaouira, located on the country’s Atlantic coast is one of the most beautiful and developed cities in Africa.
The city, which is known as the Wind City of Africa also has some nice tourist centres, beaches and reserved.
It picks up the seventh position of our list.
8. Windhoek, Namibia
Windhoek is the capital city of Namibia. Safe, beautiful, and well-developed.
It remains the largest city in Namibia but this didn’t make up our consideration for Windhoek.
The citizens and foreign inhabitants are extremely friendly too.
9. Durban, South Africa
Durban, South Africa’s third major city is extremely unique and has sublime multicultural characteristics.
It is located on the Indian Ocean coastline and is also known for its large Indian population.
Just like other South Africa’s cities that made the list, Durban remains developed.
10. Nairobi, Kenya
Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya and is home of some of the best unique infrastructure in the whole of Africa.
This has to be a huge sign of its unparalleled development and remains our tenth ranked city at the moment.
11. Lagos, Nigeria
Nigeria’s largest city, Lagos is also the country’s financial epicenter.
The mighty city of Lagos stretches inland from the Gulf of Guinea and across the popular Lagos Lagoon.
It is the home of priceless artifacts, amazing landmarks and a good government, presently.
It is the most preferred destination for foreigners and tourists.
12. Algiers, Algeria
Algiers remains the capital city of Algeria (hence the similar name). Algiers is often called the “Paris of North Africa”.
It is that gorgeous and developed city located on the Mediterranean coast.
13. Accra, Ghana
Accra, the home to gold-sand beaches and located on the Atlantic coast, remains the capital of Ghana with the largest metropolis.
The city has since been developing ever since the first president of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah got elected.
Now it has become a full-blown developed country which attracts a huge number of tourists annually.
14. Luxor, Egypt
The city of Luxor in southern Egypt is located on the East bank of the Nile River.
It was the site of the ancient city of Thebes between the 11th and 16th centuries.
The modern city is built around two surviving monuments from these ancient times and remains developed till this day.
15. Port Harcourt, Nigeria
And the last on the list, Port Harcourt in Nigeria, is the capital of Rivers State.
Apart from its beauty and riches due to its vast number of mining industries, it is regarded as one of the most developed cities in Nigeria and Africa, following Lagos.
It isn’t a surprise that it has always been a sight for the sore eyes of tourists and foreigners.
There you have it! The most beautiful and developed cities in Africa. You must understand that a city needs to pass through certain checks before it can be termed “most beautiful” or “most developed”, so this list is well refined and updated to bring you your desired information.
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