Adam Kaupert Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Travel Blog

Hey gang its Adam Kaupert here checking in with you from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Did you know that Addis Ababa means “new flower”. Addis Ababa is not only the largest city in Ethiopia but it serves as its capital as well. With a population of almost 3 and a half million people I knew I would be including it as a stop on this year’s Adam Kaupert tour of the world’s most populous cities. There is so much to see and do if you travel to Addis Ababa. This is a link to a great Adam Kaupert travel blog approved Addis Ababa travel blog:

Addis Ababa is frequently known as the “the political capital of Africa” and is technically a city and a state. There are many places to visit if you’re travelling in Ethiopia including Addis Mercator which is one of many great places to walk around in Addis Ababa.

Adam Kaupert’s things to do while in Addis Ababa

Walking is a great way to get around Addis Ababa. I recommend visiting the Addis Mercato. The mercato is named after the Italian word for market and offers an abundance of distinctly Ethiopian goods. It has been hailed as the largest open market in all of Africa. I found some awesome antiques and souvenirs for my friend Calvin’s birthday (Happy Birthday Cal!) The people watching here is unparalleled in my experience and the mercato is a great place to experience the rich culture that Ethiopia offers. I highly advise following the Adam Kaupert scam style oftravel. The Adam Kaupert scam style refer to shoes camera attitude and map or S.C.A.M. It is a handy little acronym we use around here at the Adam Kaupert travel blog to insure success regardless of where I found myself on the globe, whether it be Sri Lanka or St. Petersburg Russia! Here is a terrific Adam Kaupert approved Addis Ababa travel blog:

The National Museum of Ethiopia is  one of the best National museums anywhere in Africa and one of the mostcomprehensive thatI’ve visited anywhere in the world. In my opinion, this is one of the best museums in Addis Ababa. There is a ton of art here as well. The archeology is world-class and there’s a cool scale model of Lucy,one of the most complete set of bones ever found.Meskel Square in Addis Ababa is worth a visit as well. It serves as the cultural center and geographical center of the city. This great Ethiopiangathering space is celebrated by the locals and visitors alike. It is a great meeting place as well if you’re with friends because of its proximity to many other popular attractions and sights. This is a great Adam Kaupert travel blog approved link to a great Addis Ababa travel blog that I found to be exceptionally helpful:


Adam Kaupert books accommodations at the Radisson Blu Hotel

The Radisson Blu in Addis Ababa was a shoe-in for this year’s list of theAdam Kaupert’s world’s most luxurious hotels tour.The Radisson Blu hotel in Addis Ababa is super convenient to access because of its central location near many transportation hubs of the city.  The Radisson Blue provides a host of amenities and a slew of awesome place to eat. Located adjacent to the United Nations Compound and 6 kilometers from Bole International Meskel Square is nearby and the airport is very close as well. There are over two hundred rooms at the Radisson Blu in Addis Ababa and the restaurant VerresenVerslocated on the premises here is incredible.  All the offerings of the Radisson Blu are proof positive that thereis something for everyone here.

Radisson Blu Hotel Addis Ababa

+251 (1) 15 15 76 00

The hotel offers a total of 212 elegantly designed rooms and suites with premium amenities such as individual climate control and enjoy a hearty start to your day with international options at our Super Breakfast Buffet, or take breakfast with you through our “Grab & Run” option. You can also order a late-night bite with our 24-hour room service.

Addis Ababa was a great place to visit and include on the 2017 Adam Kaupert tour of the world’s most populous countries. I saw so much and had some wonderful food as well. I can’t wait to return to Addis Ababa and see what the future will hold for this Magical African country.

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