Khartoum, known for its hospitable people, is built where the Blue and White Niles meet, Khartoum defies expectations. It's a boisterous, modern, flashy city with an ever-increasing number of glass tower blocks altering its skyline. As well as an excellent museum, some fascinating souqs and fantastic Nile-side views, Khartoum's good facilities and laid-back vibe mean that most people find it an agreeable destination in itself.
Top Places to visit in Khartoum:
1.Sudan National Museum:
Start your trip here - it will really help you understand Sudan's long history. The museum is enormous with two levels with the artefacts inside absolutely make it worthwhile. You can get within a breath's distance from incredible statues, hieroglyphics, you name it. Truly incredible.
2.The Nile Street:
One of the longest streets in Khartoum city, going along the Nile River. It is indeed very pleasant place to visit, walk and sit. There is sitting places, gardens, restaurants, cafés etc. It truly looks like an oasis in the desert.
Tuti is an island in the between the Blue Nile and the White Nile. The first coming from Ethiopia and the second from Uganda. You can actually see the different colour and the merging in the Great Nile River
4.The Presidential Palace:
The presidential palace building is of a historical nature since the colonization of Sudan and after the exploitation of Sudan. This place became the headquarters of each ruler on this state and built at the end of the 18th century. It has some big and beautiful gardens.
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