Addis Ababa - Travel and Tourism
Founded in 1886, Addis Ababa is a gateway to the rest of Ethiopia, quickly acclimating foreign visitors to Ethiopian culture with its teeming, in-your-face ambience.
This market is the largest open-air market on the African continent with over 100,000 vendors and shoppers every day!.
Throughout the year weather in Addis Ababa is temperate with occasional showers—very comfortable for an African city.
Although Ethiopian tourist visas may be available upon travelers’ arrival at Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa.
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Addis Ababa is notorious for being one of the African capitals with the worst rates of petty theft, con tricks, and scams, especially against tourists.
Addis Ababa is located in the center of Ethiopia, sitting on a plateau at an altitude of 2,400 meters.