Addis Ababa is the biggest city and capital of Ethiopia.
Being home to the African Union, having vital United Nations branches, and with almost every foreign embassy from around the planet represented, Addis Ababa is generally referred to as the capital of Africa.
Placed in the charming Ethiopian highlands, Addis Ababa is positioned at 2,666 meters in elevation, making the weather very pleasant, if not a bit on the chill side.
From the wonderful range of international and local food, some of the top coffee you will ever have in your life, to very old churches, and charming museums, there are lots of things to keep you occupied and relax in Addis Ababa.
• National Museum of Ethiopia
• Merkato Market
• Entoto Hill
• Ethnological Museum
• The Mausoleum of Menelik II
• Hot Air Balloons
• Menelik II Square
• City Walking Tour
There are 2 main versions of coffee to sample, one is the traditional Ethiopian coffee which is roasted by hand, ground using a pestle and mortar, and brewed in a very old clay coffee pot called as a Jebena. You will find very old Ethiopian coffee at nearly all Ethiopian restaurants and all over the streets.
262 weekly flights from London to Addis Ababa.
Nineteen airlines from London to Addis Ababa flights.
The average direct flight takes 7h 35m, covering an area of 3669 miles.
In the past three days, the cheapest return tickets were found on Emirates (€392), Turkish Airlines (€357), and Lufthansa (€404).
For cheap Flights from London to Addis Ababa, Tuesday is the affordable day to fly on average and Monday is the most expensive. Flying from Addis Ababa back to London, the top deals are usually found on Tuesday, with Saturday being the most expensive.
Top tips for finding for finding an affordable flight
• Twenty-five percent of users found flights on this route for €499 or less.
• The cheapest London to Addis Ababa flight, on average, thirty days before departure.
• Book at least one week before departure order to obtain a below-average price.