Addis  Ababa city tour 2024

What You Can Expect:

With a tour guide, visit these Five selective sites:- St. george orthodox church, Ethiopian pottery workshop center, National Museum of Ethiopia, Historical Monuments and Museum of Entoto. This is a private  day tour so the itinerary is customized to go at your own pace. Learn about the history of this multicultural city of Addis Ababa and take great photos. 

About this activity 

Duration  5 to 6. hours

keep your travel plans flexible- Reserve Now & Pay later

infants and children friendly. Infants must sit on laps. Parents and guardians are responsible to look after their children.  Children under the age of 8  are not required  to pay entrance fees.

Not wheelchair accessible

 What is Included

Transport by private vehicle with driver: pick you up from the airport or your designated place and will drop you off to the hotel or your place at the end of the trip. 

Professional English speaking  live tour guide, Bottled water, Entry/ Admission  fees

What is not included

Lunch and Dinner, Tips for driver and guide


The price for this day city tour is starting

For 1 Pax: 193 USD

For 2 Pax: 254 USD or  127 UDS / person

For 3 Pax: 270 USD or  90 UDS / person

For 4 Pax: 286 USD   or 72 USD /person 

Note: Remember to pack your sunscreen lotion, sunglass, hat. Wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes. the tour timing may fluctuate based on the circumstances, flight and traffic delays, time and date.

               General Itinerary

 1. St. George's Cathedral Church

 The St. George church Addis Ababa was built in the early 20th century during the reign of Emperor Menelik II, the founder of Addis Ababa. 

Beautiful religious paintings and colourful stained glass windows decorate the interior of the church. The walls are decorated with intricate patterns and designs, which demonstrate the skill and craftsmanship of Ethiopian artists.

Religious artefacts, ancient manuscripts, and historical treasures are displayed in the church museum. It provides insights into Ethiopia's religious traditions and history. 

# Dressing modestly and respectfully is necessary for visitors to this religious site. Women are expected to cover their heads with scarves and wear modest clothing, and both men and women must take off their shoes before entering the main prayer area. 

2.  Ethiopian pottery 

Ensira Pottery is the  center for pottery craftswomen. There they make  and sell the traditional Ethiopian pottery products.  Most of the crafts have been handed down from one potter's generation to the next. You will visit how they mold soil into mugs, pots, dishes, etc.. At the end of your visit, you can buy some crafts for yourself, gifts for family and friends and by doing that you are supporting women's livelihoods. 

3. National Museum fo Ethiopia.  

In this museum you learn about the ancient history of the country and explore the famous 3.5 million years old human fossil  of Lucy (Dinkines) an ancient human ancestor. Discover Ethiopia's rich culture and history through the museum's collection of archaeological and historical artifacts


 4. Addis Ababa Monuments and Museum of Mount  Entoto 

Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia, is home to several iconic monuments.

These monuments in Addis Ababa offer visitors a glimpse into Ethiopia's past and the stories of its people. Each one holds significance in the country's history and serves as a tribute to various aspects of Ethiopian culture and heritage.

The Entoto Museum is a cultural and historical museum situated in the Entoto Mountains of Ethiopia. The museum is Dedicated to preserving and showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the country, particularly the history, art and tradition of the region.  The museum features exhibits that cover the history of Ethiopia's royal families, the evolution of its economy and culture, and the influence of religion and politics on the nation.