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The Nnamdi Azikiwi International Airport is the main airport of the city and in 2009 alone, it carried more or less 4 million passengers. The Arik Air is the busiest airline flying through this airport with local and international flights. There are also flights available going to Egypt, Ghana, and other neighboring African countries.
Picnic by the park
The Aso Rock located at the back of the Presidential House is one of the best places to go to in Abuja. This is a place where people simply hang out while seeing the beauty of the city in its full view. It is also an interesting place since it is located just right next to the Presidential House, where only invited guests and officials can enter.
The Business Capital
Since Abuja is the center of Nigeria, it has become an area filled with huge infrastructures for commercial establishments. Thus, you can see huge buildings around the city with authentic Nigerian architectural style.