Addis Ababa City tour program
- St. George Cathedral Church and Museum
- National Museum
- Ethnographic Museum of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies
- Holy Trinity Cathedral Church
- Entoto Mountain and Museum
Addis Ababa is a capital city of Ethiopia, with a population of 5 million people; Addis Ababa is not only the political capital, but also the economic and social nerve center of Ethiopia. Founded by Emperor Menelik II in 1886, this big 540 square kilometer,
As the seat of the Headquarters of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), the African Union (AU) and other regional and international organizations,
The presence of more than 100 embassies and consular missions has enabled the capital to be a venue of international activities and the fourth most important center of international organizations as well as embassies after Washington D.C., New York and London.
Wide tree-lined streets, fine architecture, the combination of traditional with the modern and the glorious weather characterize the capital to be a delightful place to explore. With an altitude of 2120-3200 meters above sea level including the Entoto chains of Mountains, Addis Ababa enjoys a mild climate with an average temperature of 160c.
The City is endowed with hot springs, which was one of the major reasons for it to be established as the capital of the country in the last half of the 19th century.