Cheapest price to Lome
(from London Heathrow)
fr £ 681.92
(from London Heathrow)
Located on the Gulf of Guinea, this pot city is known as the ‘Pearl of Africa’. With extremely friendly locals and lush green countryside that will leave you breathless, are only a few reasons that make Lome the perfect destination for relaxation. The hills and forests that are home to this city attract tourists all year round. This city is a food lover’s haven, with top notch quality restaurants dotted all over; your taste buds are in for a great time. Cote Jardin, an international cuisine restaurant is one of the leading in league; enjoy your meal midst exotic gardens full of tropical plants and wood carvings. La Belle Epoque, offering French cuisine is also at the top of its game, setting a luxury yet relaxed atmosphere with dim lights and crisp table cloths. Lome also is a great shopping hub, with the Grand Marche facilitating all kinds of traditional merchandise and general purpose articles. There are separate clothing markets as well as a fetish market for local provision of animal organics for traditional medicine and voodoo practices. Tourists avail guided tours with the locals and shop for souvenirs, ranging from anything from jewelry to native African masks. The city’s role as the capital to represent the country is highlighted at the National Museum and the Monument of Independence, while an official artisan museum with galleries is also present.
The approximate distance is about 6 kilometres from the Lome-Tokoin Airport.
Air France, Brussels Airlines, Royal Air Marco and Ethiopian Airways that fly to Lome Airport.
Travel is made easy and convenient for travellers as Lome offers an efficient local transport system including taxis, busses and car rental services.
With a couple of options to choose from Lome is easy to explore. Taxis are abundant and there is no meter system followed. There are standard routes taxis follow that are cost effective which are regularly used and opted by visitors. Car rentals are available all around the city; these are usually used for tourists on longer trips. Different taxis and minibuses leave from central points such as Gare de Cotonou and help travel to nearby destinations such as Lake Togo and Aneho. With local transport travel available 24/7 travel is made easy for and comfortable for tourists. In the central commercial area within the heart of the city, motos or motorcycle taxis are frequent, cheap and take commuters point to point within a short span of time, regardless of the rush of traffic.
Lome offers a tropical temperature. The North faces rainfall from April to August whist the south faces two rainy seasons, one between March and July and the other during September and October.
The flight duration is 9 hours and 40 minutes, which includes one stop over.
No there are no direct flights to Lome currently operating from any airport of the UK.
Lome offers distinct types of accommodations including apartments; guest houses B&B, hotels, beach side resorts, giving tourists ample to choose from. Hotel Novela Star remains to be a favorite as its right along the coast line, offering air conditioned clean rooms and luxury facilities such as eating by the pools along with the usual amenities. For hotels located in the city either opt for the Mint Hotel or the Hotel Marie Antoinette Lome both offering green gardens, outdoor pools and needless to say clean rooms, making your stay away from home as comfortable as possible. These hotels alongside the many apartment options available to tourists don’t allow them to miss out on the city’s night life or other central activities. Lome also nests various guesthouses located in the suburb areas, the top pick, Cote Sud sports a homely vibe with a small garden yet spacious rooms. Other choices could include the Veronica Guesthouse.