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The greenest city in Africa

Like Rome, Kampala is built on seven glorious fertile hills. But Kampala’s hills not only provide a beautiful backdrop to the city, but also its living history, its definition and they furnish unique points of orientation and identity. There are three religious hills- Lubaga Hill is Catholic, Namirembe Hill provides the headquarters of the British Church Missionary Society, while Kibuli Hill is Muslim. Nakasero Hill and Kololo Hill provide administrative offices and diplomatic residential areas and Makerere Hill is home to the University Campus. Mengo Hill, where the Buganda King’s palace was situated provided a reception point for foreign missionaries arriving in Uganda. Kampala hill (hill of the antelopes- Ka Impala), after which the city was named provided the fort.

After work the city’s friendliness is most apparent in its enormous capacity to enjoy itself and, in the past few years, new restaurants, nightclubs, bars and casinos have been springing up all over the city. There is hardly a country that isn’t represented very effectively when it comes to extremely good eating and drinking.


The Kampala Sheraton is at the heart of the city’s society. Here you may enjoy all the facilities of an international luxury hotel with a particular African style. The hotel numbers among its facilities a swimming pool, beauty salon, restaurant and bars. All rooms have private facilities.

The terrace of Speke Hotel is where Kampala Café Society meets. A delightful colonial style hotel the Speke has Indian and Italian restaurants. All rooms have private facilities, some have air conditioning.

The Equatoria Hotel is a modern first class hotel situated in Kampala city centre. All rooms have full private facilities. The hotel offers two restaurants, a swimming pool, and ice cream parlour and four bars. There is a health facility and shopping mall.


June 27, 2017, 11:50 am
Partly sunny
Partly sunny
current pressure: 1020 mb
humidity: 70%
wind speed: 2 m/s SSE
sunrise: 6:49 am
sunset: 6:57 pm

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