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How To Travel To Brazzaville

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BY PLAIN

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.

BY TRAIN

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.

BY ROAD

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.

How To Get Around In Brazzaville

You may use local green cabs, even if they are in disrepair. As you would anyplace else, approach taxis with caution - Refuse to board any vehicle that already has two or more persons in it. A single journey inside town costs XAF 1,000. (USD 2).

Prices in Brazzaville

MARKET / SUPERMARKET Milk1 liter$ 3.70 Tomatoes1 kg$ 6.50Cheese0.5 kg$ Apples1 kg$ 2.50Oranges1 kg$ 4.50Beer (domestic)0.5 l$ 1.90Bottle of Wine1 bottle$ 15.00Coca-Cola2 liters$ 3.30Bread1 piece$ 0.80Water1.5 l$ 2.30 RESTAURANTS Dinner (Low-range)for 2$ 30.00Dinner (Mid-range)for 2$ 50.00Dinner (High-range)for 2$ 82.00Mac Meal or similar1 meal$ 15.00Water0.33 l$ 2.60Cappuccino1 cup$ 5.00Beer (Imported)0.33 l$ 5.30Beer (domestic)0.5 l$ 2.30Coca-Cola0.33 l$ 2.00Coctail drink1...

Sights & Landmarks In Brazzaville

Basilique Sainte-Anne of the Congo. Built in 1949 by Roger Erell, this is one of the world's most stunning contemporary churches.Palais du Peuple. In 1901, a lovely colonial palace was erected; it is now the presidential residence.Cathédrale Sacré-Coeur. Mr. Augouard built this Catholic church, which gives views of downtown regions such as...

Things To Do In Brazzaville

If you like outdoor activities, pack any necessary equipment, such as picnic snacks, golf clubs, and athletic clothes. Every piece of equipment accessible locally is prohibitively pricey. Additionally, photographic equipment and facilities are accessible at twice the price in the United States. The following clubs/hotels accept membership fees: Tennis Club (Close...

Food & Restaurants In Brazzaville

Mami Wata (amazing pizzas in the afternoon, fantastic view of Kinshasa and the Congo river) or Nenuphar (great steaks). There are relatively few dining options for Muslims in the city, such as La Mandarine, one of the city's Lebanese restaurants. There are a few restaurants and cafés on Avenue...

Shopping In Brazzaville

Brazzaville is a very costly city, with everything costing about four times as much as it does in Dubai or elsewhere. For instance, if you want to purchase a can of Pepsi Cola, which costs around 1 UAE Dihram in Dubai, you will pay XAF 750 (Central African CFA...

Nightlife In Brazzaville

Ram Dam. This nightclub is situated in Plato, next to the restaurant Nanu Fer. The cover price each person is 5,000 CFA and includes one drink. All beverages, even water, are exorbitantly priced. Music from the region, France, and England. It is open till late.Boom Boom Afrique. This lounge...

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