Beira, the second-largest city in Mozambique, is reclaiming its status as a worthwhile travel destination, and tourism in the region is expanding. At the mouth of the Pngoè River, midway up the coast in the province of Sofala, the significant port city of Beira is a hub for trade with its neighbors, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Malawi.
The city square (Praça), which is in the center of the city and a bustle of activity with stores, restaurants, and banks, is where you can best enjoy its beloved Mediterranean style architecture. The popular palm-lined Macuti Beach and the red and white lighthouse are located north of the city center along the beach road.
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