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Kampala is not only the capital city of Uganda but its also the largest and busiest city in the country.Its the commercial hub of Uganda and it borders Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake. It was originally known as the city of seven hills; Old Kampala, Mengo, Namirembe, Kibuli, Nsambya, Nakasero and Lubaga hills. Here you will find lots of hotels, restaurants, banks, shopping centers, local markets and lots of tourist attractions. Below are some of the tourist attractions you should not miss seeing during your visit to Uganda;

  • The Parliament of Uganda – found in the heart of Kampala along parliamentary avenue off Jinja Road
  • Kasubi Royal Tombs: This is one of the several UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Uganda. This large grass-thatched building is a very important site to the Baganda people. It is also among the leading tourist attractions in Uganda.
  • Kabaka`s Lake – this is the biggest man made lake in Uganda
  • Kabaka`a Palaces in Bulange-Mengo and Lubiri. Visit these two places to learn about the rich history of the biggest kingdom in Uganda. Learn about the culture and customs of the Baganda, the biggest tribe in Uganda. Learn about their role during the colonial times and the road to Uganda`s independence.
  • Religious places;  Visit the Rubaga cathedral – the parent Cathedral for the roman catholic church ; Saint Paul’s Cathedral Namirembe, commonly referred to as Namirembe Cathedral the oldest cathedral in Uganda and serves as the provincial cathedral of the Anglican Church of Uganda ; Old Kampala Mosque – the biggest Mosque in East Africa ; Miracle Center Cathedral – one of the biggest and oldest Pentecostal churches in Uganda ; and many more
  • Uganda National Museum
  • Makerere University -the oldest and biggest University in Uganda. It has recently been ranked the 13th best University in Africa and the top most outside of Egypt and South Africa.
  • Down-town Kampala – have a tour through the extremely busy streets of Kampala, old and new taxi park, shopping arcades, Local markets, small roadside businesses etc
  • Uganda Martyrs Shrine Namugongo– Its one of the largest Pilgrimage destinations in Africa dedicated to the 22 Martyrs and saints of Uganda who were martyred between 1885 and 1887 by the King of Buganda due to their faith In God.
  • The East African craft village – buy souvenirs here.
  • And many more
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