Addis Abeba, which means "New Flower", is the capital city of Ethiopia and was founded in 1887 by Emperor Menelik II. It is now the host city of many international organisations like the U.N.E.C.A. (United Nation Economic Commission for Africa), the O.A.U (Organization of African Unity) etc.
The half-day city tour of Addis Abeba includes the panoramic view of the city From Entoto Mountain, the National Museum where one can see different archaeological findings, the Trinity Cathedral and the "Merkato", one of the biggest markets in Africa.
The Half-day city tour of Addis Abeba includes:
Part one: Visit Entoto Mountain.
Part two: Visit the National Museum
Part three: Visit the Trinity Cathedral and “Merkato",
Part four: Visit the Menelik II Mausoleum, Africa Hall and the Museum of The institute of Ethiopian studies and finally traditional Ethiopian lunch with Ethiopian traditional coffee ceremony.
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