Abomey-Calavi (not to be confused with Abomey) is a city in southern Benin, capital of the town of the same name. It is located 18 kilometers north of Cotonou, the economic capital of Benin. With more than 600,000 inhabitants in 2013, it is the second most populous municipality in Benin, just after Cotonou.
Parakou is a large city in central Benin and the prefecture of the Borgou department. It is located on the National Interstate 2 Route (RNIE 2) which crosses Benin from north to south and notably links the city to Cotonou. It was also on the Benin-Niger railway line, which is now non-functional.
Djougou is a city in northwestern Benin, capital of the commune of the same name and prefecture of the Donga department. It is located about forty kilometers from the Togolese border, at the gates of the Atacora massif. Djougou is, by its population, the first city in northern Benin and the third in Benin ahead of Porto-Novo, the capital.
Natitingou is a town in northwestern Benin, capital of the commune of the same name and prefecture of the Atakora department.The commune is located in a valley at the foot of the Atakora mountain range which culminates in 641 meters above sea level. The city is characterized sociodemographically by a strong dominance of the young population, ethnic and linguistic diversity (more than ten ethnic groups) and high mobility of young people.
Savè is a commune in the Collines department, located in Benin.The city is geographically extraordinary because it is inserted in the middle of the hills which leave only the necessary openings to access the city and cross it in order to move towards the north of the country.
Abomey is a town in the south of the Republic of Benin, located 145 km from Cotonou, which is the prefecture of the Zou department, of which it is the capital. At the heart of the city, the Royal Palaces are a major material witness to this civilization2.
Lokossa is a town in southwestern Benin, capital of the commune of the same name and prefecture of the Mono department, located near the border with Togo. Its name means “under the iroko.” The municipality of Lokossa has an important river-lake complex dominated by the Mono river
Dogbo (Dogbo-Tota) is a town in the Couffo department, in Benin. Dogbo is located on the road which connects Lokossa to Aplahoué, it is therefore crossed by "asphalt". The main professional activities in Dogbo are culture and commerce.
Covè is a town and commune in Benin in the Zou department, located about 40 km from Abomey. Apart from the cultivation of rice, Covè is one of the peoples who is king in making peanut fritters and peanut oil commonly called azimi in their country.
Pobè is a town in south-eastern Benin, capital of the town of the same name and prefecture of the Plateau department. This town still abounds in virgin forests, the majority of which are considered sacred. It is also home to botanical reserves and many plant species.
Savalou (or Savallou) is a town in Benin, capital of the town of the same name, located in the center-south of the country, in the Collines department. The town is surrounded by several hills and mountains.
Comè is a town in southwestern Benin, capital of the municipality of the same name, and located in the Mono department. The economy of the town of Comè is based on fishing, agriculture and trade.
Located in the far north of the Borgou department, the commune of Bembéréké covers an area of 3,348 km2 Bembéréké is a city in northern Benin, capital of the commune of the same name and the prefecture of the Borgou department.
Bassila is a town in central-western Benin, capital of the municipality of Bassila, located in Donga. It is located almost on the Benino-Togolese border, on the Sokodé-Tchamba - Wari-Maro axis. Bassila is a lively city, which presents several infrastructures.
Dassa-Zoumé, also called Igbo Idaasha or simply Idaasha, is a town in the Center-South of Benin, capital of the municipality of the same name and prefecture of the Collines department.
Allada is a town and commune in southern Benin, attached to the Atlantic department.Historically, Allada was the capital of a Fon kingdom called Adanwssa (the place of anger, the seat of anger, in the Fon language) . Allada being the term still used by locals today to say "to go beyond". The terms Allada, Ardra, Arda, Grand Ardra, or even, in French, Ardres are used by the colonists to designate this kingdom.
N'Dali is a city in northeastern Benin, capital of the commune of the same name. Prefecture of the department of Borgou. Also constitutes a large crossroads connecting N’Dali, Sinendé, Djougou, Malanville and Parakou. This position constitutes an asset for the municipality in the development of trade and transport.
Grand-Popo is a coastal town in southwestern Benin, located in the Bay of Benin, near the Togolese border. This town is part of the Mono department. The sandy beaches, the proximity to the mouth of the Mono river (Bouche du Roy), the colonial architectural heritage and the voodoo cult ceremonies make it one of the major tourist destinations in the country.