Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway – new schedule

Thanks to Andargachew Girma of Alligan Travel for alerting me to the revised schedule for the train service between Addis Ababa and Djibouti via Adama and Dire Dawa. International passenger trains from Lebu (outside Addis Ababa) to Nagad (Djibouti) leave on the 1st, 5th, 9th, 11th, 15th, 19th, 21st, 25th and 29th of every month … Continue reading Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway – new schedule

Denver Boutique Hotel, Arat Kilo, Addis Ababa

AddisAdvisor writes: New hotels open regularly in Addis, but the Denver Boutique Hotel is especially notable because it is at Arat Kilo, which lacks hotels but is a superb location for visitors wanting to be able to walk to Trinity/Selassie Cathedral (5 Minutes), National Museum (10 minutes) and even the Ethnographic Museum. (15/20 minute walk) … Continue reading Denver Boutique Hotel, Arat Kilo, Addis Ababa

Domestic flights – all you need to know about discounted prices

AddisAdvisor writes: PRICES of ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES DOMESTIC TICKETS.  March 2019 Ethiopian gives substantial discount on domestic flight tickets to five groups of people  INCLUDING  citizens, registered foreign residents and TOURISTS who fly in (or out) on an Ethiopian Airlines International Ticket.  It USED TO BE cheaper to buy your tickets once inside the country, but … Continue reading Domestic flights – all you need to know about discounted prices

Red Terror Martyrs Memorial Museum opening hours

According to the Red Terror Martyrs Memorial Museum's own website (http://rtmmm.org/visit.html) it is open to visitors Monday to Sunday 8:00am – 6.30pm. These times are replicated in good faith in the 8th edition of the Bradt Guide. However, a correspondent tried to visit yesterday (Sunday 13 Jan) and to their disappointment it was closed. It is … Continue reading Red Terror Martyrs Memorial Museum opening hours