Book cheap bus tickets from Lagos to Abuja online and save time and money. Abuja, a purpose-built capital city, is the second of the 10 most populous cities in Nigeria after Lagos, with a population about six million people as estimated in 2016. Here is the guide how you can take bus from Lagos to Abuja:
Abuja was the name of Suleja, a town near to Abuja and the indigenous people of Abuja are the Gwari people and Gwari is the biggest language.
The Nigerian National Christian and Nigerian National Mosque are the religious sites while the Nnamdi Azikiwe international airport serves the city. Abuja is a powerful city in Africa because of the status of Nigeria and has hosted top African international conferences like the 2003 Commonwealth heads of meeting and the 2014 World economic Africa meetings forum. Abuja is the headquarters of the Economic community of West African states and it also serves as the area headquarters of OPEC. The city has lot of fun locations and resort centers, parks and hotels for residents and visitors to relax, have fun and spend time with friends and family.
The affordable way to get from Lagos to Abuja by bus and shuttle which costs $26 - $30 and takes 8h 20m.
The travel distance of Abuja and Lagos is 537km. The road distance of Lagos to Abuja bus is 785.5km.
The top way to get from Lagos to Abuja without a personal vehicle is to bus, which takes 8h 7m and
Lagos to Abuja bus fare costs $15- $30.
The top way to get from Lagos to Abuja is to fly which takes 2h 50m and costs $60 - $80. Alternatively, you can take bus Lagos to Abuja, which costs $15 -$30 and takes 8h 50m.
Yes, the driving distance between Lagos an Abuja is 747km. It takes about 9h 45m to drive from Lagos to Abuja.
In Abuja, the wet season is oppressive, hot, and overcast and dry season is warm and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature generally varies from 60F to 93 F and is rarely below 55F or above 100F.
The excellent time of year is to visit Abuja for warm weather activities is from late October to Mid March.