Located on a well-watered plateau surrounded by hills and mountains, in the geographic center of the country, Addis Ababa is one of the booming and fast-growing capital cities in Africa. Addis Ababa, the city which nestled under the Entoto Mountains is the world’s third-highest capital city and has both an African and international feel. Called to be the diplomatic capital of Africa, Addis Ababa has served as the headquarters of the then Organization of African Unity (now African Union) since its inception in 1963.TOURISM ATTRACTIONS
- Public Parks
- National Parks
- Historic Churches and Mosques
- Monuments and Landmarks
- Museums and the North Historic and The Simien Mountains
Read more about place to visit and what you can do while in Addis Ababa here Touristic Sites in Addis Ababa. Please note that sightseeing outside Addis Ababa is generally subject to security clearance from relevant bodies. More information on this can be requested from your hotel.WEATHER
In Addis Ababa, September weather ranges between 10 -20 degrees Celsius with a good chance for heavy rain. The mornings and evenings in Addis are usually chilly and rainy in September. We advise all our delegates to come along with warm clothing, jackets, and an umbrella. The altitude in Addis Ababa is high. We recommend you constantly hydrate by drinking a lot of water and have some rest when possible.