Addis Ababa a city of contrasts with modern skyscrapers next to corrugated iron huts, donkey, and horse carts next to modern means of transport, colourful traditional markets next to supermarkets This full day city tour enables you to visit the selected top sites in Addis with us. It is a combination of visits to a museum, local market, scenic drive, and panoramic views. You’ll get a terrific sense of Addis Ababa in just a few hours! We show you hidden and special places. Adjust to any interest you have and make it a unique day for you.
We start with Sight seeing Tours of Addis Ababa Major Streets while having an introductory brief on the city, its attraction & History. Stops on the Landmarks to have a short walk.
Enjoy the taste of Ethiopian Foods and Coffee in one of the traditional Restaurants and Coffees
Visit the National National Museum, which is said to be one of the most important museums in whole Sub-Saharian Africa. 3,2 million-years old bones of our grand grand .... ancestor - Lucy, are one of the most famous exhibits of their collection. The attention of visitors is drawn by a rich collection of insignia of emperor and churches, costumes, and weapons. The oldest exhibits are rock sculptures and inscriptions from the times of Queen Saba, found near Aksum and in today's Eritrea.
Located in the main campus of the Addis Ababa University and founded by the Institute of Ethiopian Studies with the aim to preserve the country's historical and cultural heritages. It has complete collections that describe almost all the tribal groups in Ethiopia. Here you will have an overview about the history, culture and traditions of the people of Ethiopia. The most interesting part of the exhibition is a collection of crosses and icons. The museum should be visited by amateurs of folklore instruments, since the collection of them gathered in the museum is impressive. Read less
A beautiful church with a baroque style of European architecture that is unique to both Ethiopia and Africa and is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. The church is the burial site of the Emperor Haile Selassie and his wife.
Located in the heart of the city, is where Emperor Haile Selassie was coronated as the Emperor of Ethiopia. Its museum holds clothes and belongings of the former Ethiopian kings, religious crosses, and numerous manuscripts and paintings.
We drive up the Entoto hill located 3200 m above the sea. There is now a new park with an observation deck offering panoramic views of Addis Ababa. Here located was the capital city of Ethiopia, before Menelik II moved it to Addis Abeba. The king's palace remained until today. The local museum exhibits crowns belonging to kings and church, costumes, and insignia
Visit the largest open air market in Africa called Merkato. A colourful mix of modern and traditional city life. A vibrant place not to be missed. A unique experience