The Republic of Guinea attracts visitors with its picturesque landscapes of the Fouta Djallon plateau and an impressive contrast between the dry northern valleys and endless jungle in the south.

The centre of the capital city, Conakry, is quite modern and presents a complex of office buildings and banks between Roux du Niger and Ave de la Republica. The National Museum houses a large collection of masks, sculptures and folk instruments, placed in large buildings in the style of the Louvre. Opposite the presidential palace, there are about 50 villas in the Moorish style, currently used as offices of international organizations. The huge National Palace is home to two local performances of traditional theater and ballet shown at many festive ceremonies.

Located not far from the capital, Ile de Los are a group of small islands in the Atlantic Ocean, a favorite resort area of the local residents and visitors of Conakry. Here one will find a quite modern aquatic center. Mini-cruises on boats to a picturesque beach in Rheine Novotel are regularly carried out for tourists, and the place is in general a good destination for the weekend.

Fouta Djallon Plateau is one of the main natural attractions of the country, along with Bafara waterfall and Fuyama rapids. Located to the north-east of the capital, it attracts thousands of tourists with its emerald-green vegetation that covers the scenic hill, relative coolness of the local climate, charming villages with friendly people and very high quality of the local people's cuisine.

Dalaba is the former colonial mountain resort with a recreation center, D'Asyuel. Mali is the coolest city in the country, a local trekking facility. Elbe is the third largest city in the country, known for different markets and small cozy streets. In this city, one can observe the authnetic lifestyle and customs of the peoples of Fula, who inhabit this region. The city of Paran is located to the east of the capital and is under the personal patronage of the President, famous for its restaurants and cafes with great food, great local mosque, and numerous villas in the Victorian and classic style. Every Monday is the day of a big fair in the city, which attracts almost all the craftsmen and peasants from the neighborhood. Almost all hiking trails start from Paran and lead down to the river Djoliba (Niger) to the picturesque Fuyama rapids and Bafara waterfall.

Cancun is the spiritual and political center of the Malinke people. Built in the days of the medieval empire of Mali, the city is rich in a wide variety of historical sights. However, to see them you will definitely require the services of local guides. It is difficult to look at the old and new buildings and unmistakably differentiate where the history ends and the modern life begins. Local relics, like the beautifully ornamented Great Mosque, the presidential palace on the banks of the River Milo, the sculpture workshops and the two huge markets require a more careful study.
Cape Verga in situated on the middle of the way from Boffa to Boke. It is one of the best beach areas of the country, completely deserted during the week, and turning into a beautiful and lively resort town on weekends.
Nzerekore, located on the border with Liberia, is the 'Forest Capital of the country', the cheapest city of Guinea and the starting point for ecological excursions into the forest zone, famous for its inhabitants: wild elephants and many primates. It is also one of the few places in Africa where you can still see the forest leopard. The local market is the largest transit point for goods from neighboring countries, so you can buy almost everything at a modest price here.

Travel agencies in Guinea are the best choice to prepare a good and enjoyable trip to this country. Guinea tour operators can be contacted to request an international or local flight, find a safe and comfortable hotel, organize excursions, etc.