Kwame Nkrumah Park
It's all bronze statues and choreographed fountains at the Kwame Nkrumah park, dedicated in the early 1990s to Ghana's first president....
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Set in pleasant grounds, the national museum features excellent displays on various aspects of Ghanaian culture and history. The...
Tucked behind a petrol station (Engen), this outdoor Indian restaurant is a gem – cheap, delicious and with long opening hours. One of...
Makola Market information
There is no front door or welcoming sign to the Makola Market. Before you know it, you've been sucked by the human undertow from the usual pavements clogged with vendors hawking food, secondhand clothes and shoes to the market itself. For new arrivals to Africa, it can be an intense experience, but it’s a fun – though perhaps a little masochistic – Ghanaian initiation rite.