Kigali is the capital and largest city of Rwanda, Central Africa. With a population of 2 million Kigali is a relatively new city and the most visited in Rwanda. The city was founded in 1907 under German colonial rule and became the capital during Rwanda independence in 1962. The city is looked at as Rwanda’s economic, cultural and transport hub since becoming the capital. Kigali is famous for being Africa’s cleanest city and is the major arrival point for tourist visiting the city’s national parks, shopping centres and restaurants. The official languages include English, French, Kinyarwanda and Swahili.