Selected in The Lonely Planet’s list of ‘Best in Travel 2013′, Addis Ababa is fixing to become one of Africa’s hottest tourist destinations. A chartered city, located approximatley 2400 metres above sea level on the Abyssinian plateau, Ethiopia’s capital ‘is a groovy city that takes pride in its multifaceted assets’. Rich in history and culture, the region is a fascinating destination for tourists, possessing a number of excellent museums and landmarks including the Ethnological Museum, which is located within emperor Haile Selassie’s former palatial residence and the National Museum, which features the world famous Lucy, the oldest hominid ever be found by archaeologists. Also notable is the local food and nightlife, the best exponents of which are located on Bole Rd, the main thoroughfare from the airport to the city centre and the Addis Mercato. A large open-air marketplace with over 120 stores that is a shopper’s delight.
All things considered there is a decent standard of hotel in Addis Ababa. If you are heading to Ethiopia’s capital and require overnight accommodation this list of Ten of the Most Reliable Hotels in Addis Ababa may well be of interest to you.
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