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Florence Art and Street Food WalkingTour
"Combine art and food and you will get the best tour.Spend two hours discovering the principal attractions of Florence the birthplace of the first gelato. Try one of the best one made with fresh ingredients while visiting the three main squares of Florence: Piazza Signoria Piazza Santa Croce and Piazza Duomo.Entering in the hidden medieval district you will learn how typical Tuscan dishes and panini are made such as Trippa Lampredotto and Porchetta.For those who are more picky you can save your energy for a delicious wine-tasting with typical Tuscan starters such as crostini ham and salami.At the end of the tour you will get suggestion to get the best lunch and dinner before you leave Florence!Each place we visit is chosen for its historic significance and outstanding reputation among locals and connoisseurs.""
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Florence Bike Tour from Lucca
"Discover the magic of Florence on this 2 hour bicycle tour which starts in the narrow streets of the city center and takes you right to the heart of the city. As you see sites such as the Cathedral Uffizi Square Piazza della Signoria Ponte Vecchio and the Duomo your guide will share the history of the city with you.Your tour will wind its way through both the artisans and the Medieval district and you will see other amazing monuments including Palazzo Pitti San Frediano
From EUR35.00
 
Private Tour: Electric Bike Experience of Florence
"Meet your guide at your predetermined meeting point in Piazza della Signoria a central area in the city. Upon your arrival your guide will give you and your group a safety briefing on how to operate the electric bike. Once you get on your bike depart the area to visit Piazza Santa Croce. Then cycle over to the Arno coast and Viale dei Colli to observe its green streets. As you cruise along you will reach the summit of Piazzale Michelangelo and San Miniato Church where you will attain panoramic views of Florence. Take photos of the wide landscape before pedaling to the downtown area. There
From EUR44.00

More Transportation in Eritrea

Buses and taxis

Petrol is extortionate in Eritrea! As such, taxis are very expensive, though readily available at a price. But you can find people to share the cost if taking long journeys... Expect to pay 50 nakfa...
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scotsgirl
Jan 06, 2009

Visas and travel permits

As is well documented, the visa you obtain to visit Eritrea only lets you travel to Asmara. You need to visit the Tourist Office on Harnet Avenue and apply for a tourist travel permit for the other...
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scotsgirl
Jan 05, 2009

Excellent transportation service

It seems to be easy to travel around the country by pubblic transportation. Small buses run almost everywhere, from early morning to late afternoon. Probably it takes time to visit the country just by...
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titti
Apr 19, 2008

Overland to Eritrea

As of 2004, the only land border of Eritrea open for travellers was the one with Djibouti.There are shared taxis between Assab in Eritrea and Moulhoule in Djibouti, with connections to Obbock.The...
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hunwagner
Jan 30, 2007

Railways in Eritrea

The Italians built a good railway network in Eritrea under their rule, but it has fallen into disuse later on. However, since independence the Eritrean givernment has restored the extremely scenic...
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hunwagner
Mar 28, 2005

By Road around Eritrea

There is an extensive and cheap bus service around much of Eritrea. Fares are incredibly low: around 1 USD for a 3-4 hour long journey! Of course, at these prices you can't expect much in the way of...
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hunwagner
Mar 28, 2005
 
 
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By Sea to Eritrea

Many travellers are hoping to catch a boat between Massawa & Sudan/Egypt, and Assab & Yemen.However there are no passenger boats on either of these routes, and even if you found a cargo ship...
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hunwagner
Mar 27, 2005

By Air to Eritrea

Eritrea is only served by a few airlines.Of the neighbouring countries it is connected to Sudan, Djibouti and Yemen (but not Ethiopia!), while in Europe Rome, Milan, Amsterdam, and Frankfurt (and by...
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hunwagner
Mar 27, 2005

Getting to Dhalak Islands

I have been to the Dahlak islands for snorkelling and general sightseeing. Even if this was close to 4 years ago, I assume the situation is much the same as Eritrea has gone from one...
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Saagar
Mar 11, 2005

Overland to Eritrea

You cannot legally cross from Ethiopia into Eritrea because of the war-like but truce situation. It would also be dangerous to try to cross illegally due to land mines, unexploded ordinance and...
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Saagar
Mar 10, 2005

Flying to Asmara, often fully booked

Getting to Eritrea can sometimes be difficult, because there are not that many flights and flights are often fully booked long time ahead. The Eritrean diaspora has led to many Eritreans traveling....
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Saagar
Mar 01, 2004

At the time of this...

At the time of this submission, only air travel will get you into Eritrea to the Asmara Airport. Ensure that you get an Entry Visa before you fly to Eritrea. If not, you might end up back on the...
Dave_A
Aug 25, 2002

the Lufthansa flight to Asmara...

the Lufthansa flight to Asmara is ok.there is a stop in Jeddah, but the daytime trip is very comfortable.The return flight is harder...beacause of the same stop int he nightime!
palin
Aug 25, 2002

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Top Things to Do in Eritrea

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Eritrea Travel and Tours

Perfect. This is the best word I can use to describe the service, skills and hospitality of these fantastic folks. The first thing you will find with Explore Eritrea Travel & Tours is that they...
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The Post Office

The Post Office is open from 8am – Noon and from 2-6pm Monday to Friday. On Saturdays they are open from 8am until Noon. I did see a yellow post box in another location in Keren and there is one...
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The Massawa War Memorial

This monument tells the story of Eritrea’s 30 year civil war with Ethiopia in dramatic fashion. Massawa was the only real port Ethiopia had and its loss was the complete turning point in the long...
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"Eritrea: The Forgotten Gem of Africa"
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Saagar

"Saagar's Eritrea pages"
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georeiser

"Eritrea"
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"Won the War, Losing the Peace"
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"Eritrea"
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