Brazzaville is accessible through Air France on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from Paris. Interair operates flights from Johannesburg on Mondays and Thursdays.
Brazzaville is also accessible by Ethiopian Airlines’ four weekly flights from Addis Ababa; Addis Ababa also offers connecting flights to a number of other international destinations, including Dubai. From Casablanca, Royal Air Maroc runs three direct flights every week. Kenya Airways runs three weekly flights from Nairobi to Brazzaville. If you are a Sky Team member, you may go to Nairobi on a KLM or Air France aircraft and then connect to Brazzaville.
There are also several flights to other African major cities, including Kinshasa.
Brazzaville is connected by rail to Dolisie and the beach city of Pointe-Noire. Although a new “express” train dubbed La Gazelle was inaugurated in 2012, the trip still takes a grueling 15 hours. The train does, however, have air conditioning, a bar car, and electrical outlets. Additionally, there are slower services that are typically not suggested for visitors.
Surprisingly, there is no bridge between Brazzaville and Kinshasa. If you prefer to bring your automobile over, you may pay an additional fee and board the boat. According to reports, the automobile will need “disinfection” at the Congo-DR Congo border crossing.