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Ruins of Sans-Souci

Milot is a city in the north of Haiti.

It is a small city about 20 km from Cap-Haïtien. Nearby is the UNESCO World Heritage site that comprises the ruins of Sans Souci palace and the Citadelle built by King Henri Christophe, a key figure in the Haitian Revolution.

Get around[edit]

Map of Milot

See[edit]

  • 1 Citadelle Laferrière. Citadelle Laferrière (Q206194) on Wikidata Citadelle Laferrière on Wikipedia
  • 2 Sans-Souci Palace. Sans-Souci Palace (Q930795) on Wikidata Sans-Souci Palace on Wikipedia

Do[edit]

  • Touring the Sans-Souci Palace.

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Sleep[edit]

Guide Maurice Etienne of the Lakou Lakay cultural centre (Centre Cuturel Lakou Lakay) offers rooms for travellers, for around G1000 (gourdes).

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Go next[edit]

Tap-taps to Cap-Haïtien run along the main street, and cost around G15 (US$0.45).

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