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Often, it's the people who live in a city that make it unique. In this part of Mozambique, there's 1,200,000 of them.
Wandering around the manicured garden beds and artistic flower displays at the Maputo Botanical Gardens feels like gliding through a colourful wonderland.
Make the most of good weather by enjoying a picnic at one of Maputo's green spaces, such as Ponta Abril or Marracuene Playfield.
Is it time to head out into nature for a bit of fresh, clean air? Take it easy in the delightful surrounds of Xefina Pequena and Portuguese Island.
After eye-opening exhibits? Look no further than the Marine Biology Museum and Geology Museum. Don't forget to find out about any special happenings. Kulungwana Espaço Artístico and House & Studio of Malangatana are also must visits for museum buffs.
You don't need to be an explorer to see all of the incredible wonders of the natural world, especially when you've got the Museum of Natural History. The rooms here are brimming with unique specimens and fascinating models.
Pick up a strong cup of coffee and spend a few hours gallery hopping between the National Art Museum and the Chissano Gallery. Full of captivating canvases and sculptures, these popular spaces offer something for all visitors.
Don't just read about history, discover it with your own eyes at the National Money Museum! Here you'll experience a fascinating look into the characters and events that have helped shape the region throughout the years.
Stopping at historical sights is a fantastic way to gain a real understanding of times gone by. Discover Maputo's past at Maputo City Hall and the Núcleo de Arte. The Louis Tregardt Memorial Garden and Vila Algarve are also worth your while.
Ponder life and its meaning at two historic religious sites, Maputo Cathedral and Cathedral of Nossa Senhora da Conceição.
Praça da Independência is a great space to do some people-watching and really get a feel for the city. If you're in the mood to mingle, strike up a casual chat with a local. Who knows, they might just pass on some inside information on the city's best sights.
Designed to radiate a light that has helped lead countless watercraft through unpredictable waters, Inhaca Lighthouse is a tall, impressive structure that you can't miss.
Feel a connection to Maputo's past as you sit alongside the symbolic structure of the Praca dos Trabalhadores.
Admire the modern architecture at the Eduardo Mondlane University, a top centre for higher learning. While you're on campus, why not talk to a few of the students and hear what it's like to study there?
Sniff out a good deal, grab some holiday mementos or just head straight to the food court. No matter what kind of shopper you are, Municipal Market and Fish Market will have what you're after. Still have a pocketful of cash? Continue your shopping safari at Maputo Central Market.
While it is easy to concentrate on seeing the headline attractions here, Maputo also features some worthwhile lesser-known sights. Scuba Adventures Dive Camp is a good example. You could also spend some time at The Dolphin Centre.
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