Get to know the facets of Addis Ababa during an all-day tour. Immerse in the history, religion and landscape of the region.
Climb Mount Entoto and enjoy the panoramic view
Stroll through Shiro Meda, the city's largest market for traditional clothing
Enjoy an Egyptian dinner with dance and music
On this day trip you get to know Addis Ababa from different perspectives.
In the early morning your day starts with a hike to Mount Entoto. On the way you will reach a small ancient town, which was the capital of Ethiopia before Addis Ababa. Enjoy the panoramic view of the city and the fresh air from the eucalyptus forests. Visit Entoto Maryam Church and Museum, where you will learn about the history of the famous Ethiopian Emperor Minilk II and the Adwa War.
Afterwards you stroll through Shiro Meda, the largest market for traditional clothing in the city. You will then make a detour to the Addis Ababa University campus before you visit the ethnographic museum, where you will be fascinated by comprehensive exhibitions. Get to know the many cultures of Ethiopia in the backdrop of the former palace of Haile Selassie.
While visiting the National Museum you will meet Lucy, the oldest inhabitant of Ethiopia. Your day ends with a shopping spree in Merkato, the local market place, which is considered Africa's largest open-air market.
In the evening you will have dinner in a traditional Ethiopian restaurant with dancers and musicians representing some of the many ethnic groups of the country.
Children under 8 years don't have to pay all entrance fees.
This activity is suitable for people with walking disabilities.
• Food (lunch and dinner)
• Entrance fees
• Local guide
• Government tax
• Photo fee
• Alcohol drinks
• Personal expenses
You'll be picked up at your accommodation.
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