How to have a fun filled 48 hours in Enugu

Enugu is a cool city with a lot of tourist attractions. It has a blend
of an ancient city and convenience of a modern city that charms
visitors.
The tallest building in Enugu is the 6-storey African Continental
Bank (ACB) tower and the 7-storey Hotel Presidential building; all
located in the Central Business District of Enugu. The Michael
Okpara square found in the middle of Enugu, has the Enugu State
Government House, House of Assembly and Judiciary Complex all
located near the square.
Day 1: Eat Igbo delicacies:
Okpa, Isiewu, Abacha, fiofio, akpu/fufu, Ugba, pepper soup and
Nkwobi, akpu, banga soup, oha soup, nkwobi and ukwa are
common delicacies popularly sold in restaurants in Enugu.
National Museum of Unity was established at the end of the civil
war to stimulate unity. Military artefacts and relics from the Stone
Age through the post-colonial period are housed in the museum. It
opens weekdays from 9: 4:00pm.a4:00 pm.
Awhum Waterfall and cave: The cave is a breath-taking scenery
with its waters believed to have healing and curative effects.
Ngwo Caves, waterfall , and Pine Forest has several caves and
waterfalls. The Ngwo cave takes you through the trees of the
Pristine Ngwo Pine forest.
Day 2: Udi Hills:
The site of the first coal mine in Enugu. Opened in 1915 before it
was replaced in 1917 by Iva Valley mine. The old tunnels for
conveying the coals outside the hill is still present. Visitors should
tour the hills and learn about the history of Enugu.
Milken Hills : It offers a beautiful standpoint to view Enugu
metropolis, especially at dawn and dusk. Relics of coal mines and
its beautiful tunnels are under the hills. The hills are good for
mountaineering. The Ani Ozalla Lake is located at Ozalla in Enugu. Sacrifices are offered to the crocodiles in the Lake, as they are believed to be goddesses.
Mmanwu Festival: This masquerade festival holds yearly at the
Nnamdi Azikiwe stadium in November. So, go to the stadium to
enjoy the colourful events to honour the ancestral spirits.
There are several masquerades that will be displaying an array of
beautiful garbs such as Ojionu, the Enyi Mmanwu, Mmanwu Ugo
and Ijele, the King of masquerades.

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