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Introducing Nouakchott


Nouakchott has been the capital city since Mauritania gained independence in 1960 and has since become one of the biggest city of the Sahara. During the times of French colonization Nouakchott was just a small city. Unlike the other African capitals, the city, which is the busiest fishing center in West Africa, has undergone a serious construction process. Having hot and dry weather as a result of being in the Sahara Desert, Nouakchott best visited in December, January and February when the weather is colder compared to the other months.

Nouakchott is known for:


Storia e arte Natura e animali Deserto

Informazioni rapide

CITTÀ VICINE
Rosso (205 km)
Boutilimit (152 km)
UNITÀ MONETARIA
Mauritanian Ouguiya (MRO)

PREFISSO TELEFONICO
+222

ALIMENTAZIONE
C

FUSO ORARIO
GMT 0

PREZZO MEDIO DI UN CAFFÈ
€1.36

PREZZO MEDIO DI UN PASTO
€8.40

Nouakchott airport information

Scarichi la guida all'aeroporto in formato PDF

SERVIZI DI TRASPORTO PUBBLICI:

There is no public transport from Mauritania’s Nouakchott Airport to the city center.

Tempo medio dall'aeroporto: N/A

Distanza dall'aeroporto: N/A

TAXI:

The only way to get from the airport to the city center is by taxi and prices need to be negotiated with the driver. The average cost is around 2,000 Mauritanian ouguiya.

Prezzo medio del taxi: 2,000 Mauritanian Ouguiya

NOLEGGIO AUTO:

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Costo medio dell'autonoleggio: N/A


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