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It is nice to go since there are not so many things to visit in the city however don’t expect too much. It’s a simple station and some chairs and couple of wall pictures. And you also get the chance to find tickets as they...More
The train station is preserved in its original form and very interesting to explore. The train station also houses a Museum but we reached late there and could not explore the Museum. The train station in itself is very small and have a dark history
The Maputo Central railway station provides a fascinating insight into Mozambique history and days gone by.
In recent years it serve as a backdrop to Leonardo DiCaprio’s film ‘Blood Diamond’ and is framed by the amazing three kilometer Maputo bridge currently under construction which will...More
We went on a city walking tour with a local guide and he said we must see the station. It is a very old style building that was build long long ago when it was still LM. Beautifully done and well maintained.
Luckily it was...More
The area is seriously dodgy and dirty typical of many inner-cities in Africa but its worth taking a quick taxi ride there and back just to appreciate the beautiful, old-world and glamorous architecture, styling and details of a by-gone era.
If you are interested in old trains this is a worthwhile short stop in Maputo. 50 Metz entrance fee. You can visit and walk all the exhibits within 25 minutes.
1 original restored locomotive with luxury cabins on show.
Maputo’s landmark train station is one of the city’s most imposing buildings. The dome was designed by an associate of Alexandre Gustav Eiffel (of Eiffel Tower fame), although Eiffel himself never set foot in Mozambique.