From the modern, high-rise buildings of the city centre to the ramshackle shacks of the slums, the city is a melting pot of cultures and traditions. The lively marketplaces are a great place to explore the city’s unique blend of African, Indian and French influences, while the ancient royal palace and the National Museum are well worth a visit. With its wide range of restaurants and bars, Antananarivo is a great place to sample the best of Madagascar’s food and wine. Be sure to try the traditional dish of zebu meat, cooked in a spicy sauce with rice.

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