Ouagadougo, capital city of Burkina Faso
The economic, communications, cultural, administrative and capital city of Burkina Faso since the early 19th century when the nation was known as the Upper Volta is Ouagadougou. The city’s major productions are food and textiles, and also different stunning handicrafts. Ouagadougou was created in the 15th century by the Ninsi tribes and was colonized by the French settlers until the independence in 1960. The city is in close proximity to Ouahuigouya and Yatenga province.
Hotels in Ouagadougou
Different types of accommodation, both hotels and guesthouses in Ouagadougou are of affordable prices. The professionalism of this accommodation providers is impeccable and makes you enjoy the city more. The hotel's location truly matters to your stay and kind of fun you planned to have like the Laico Ouaga 2000, the 5 star hotel located at the centre of the city which provides you everything you need to enjoy Ouagadougou.
Transportation in Ouagadougou
There is a railroad that runs through the city down to Abidjan three times in week. The International airport offers direct flights within the country and to other countries. The highway connects the city to Niamey, Niger, the south of Ghana and Southwestern part of Ivory Coast. The Green cab is the most popular means of getting around in the city.