Only go for views of Addis or to hike, Museum is ok but could be better, but be aware of touts and kiosks selling overpriced souveniers You can get the same in Mercato for less.
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The museum and walking around the temple and old royal building was fine. But they charge tourists ×10 the price. Our ethiopian friend paid 20 birr while we had to pay 200. The national museum only costs 10 birr and has more value in my...More
explore the uphills of Mt Intoto the st Mary Tsion Monastery with king Minilik old Palace & Museum collection in sacred nature.The Landscape and the Forest. Addis Panoramic view,the eucalyptus forest restoration with the indigenous Hygenia abysinica/Kosso & Juniperes procera/yehabesha tsde!
This took us to Entoto Hill Church which was closed so could only walk around it. If its the last part of a tour it could be missed but we did go through a traditional market.
Entoto Mountain is one of my favorite spots in the entire city. I visit every time I return to Addis. Shero Meda market and Entoto Beth Artisans, two other not-to-be-missed shopping options, are nearby as well.
On the way to Entoto hill you pass through the strung-along-the-roadside market of the same name. It´s not picturesque as such, but it´s a brilliant place to deal with Ethiopian people and to buy authentic Ethiopian goods, largely made by and for Ethiopians. We stopped...More
We decided to go up Entoto Hill on the tip off that we may see hyenas should we venture up to Hyena Point. The drive up is something in itself, as you can see the women coming down the hill with bundles of eucalyptus wood...More
The road to the Entoto Hill is long and very crowed, there is people walking on the streets all over the place, lots of small street shops and lots of old blue mini vans typical of Addis. At the top of the hill there is...More