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Pleasant for morning, day and evening strolls

The avenue conveys a lot of history as well as comprises several pleasant restaurants and... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2016
Mikaiel
,
Jyvaskyla, Finland
beautiful street

One of the most beautiful streets in Africa. Fabulous old buildings plus the cathedral and... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2016
Ge0rdie89
,
Maubourguet, France
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8 Oct 2016
“Pleasant for morning, day and evening strolls”
19 May 2016
“beautiful street”
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Asmara, Eritrea
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Reviewed 9 October 2016

The avenue conveys a lot of history as well as comprises several pleasant restaurants and cafeterias. Many interesting public buildings are also to be found along the avenue.

Thank Mikaiel
Reviewed 19 May 2016

One of the most beautiful streets in Africa. Fabulous old buildings plus the cathedral and spotlessly clean which is unusual for any capital city.

Thank Ge0rdie89
Reviewed 18 January 2016 via mobile

It was so good it hearts to leve the city and the country I hope to go see it soon In the next 6 months or so people are frendly easy going the love of there notion Is so conteges

Thank Teddy A
Reviewed 3 November 2015

liberation Avenue is little Rome.Perfect weather.Nice people and safe .Love the cappuccino and the walk in the evening .

Thank Frei_13
Reviewed 22 October 2015

This beautiful wide boulevard is the main street of Asmara, lined with palm trees, shops, a cathedral, old cinema and cafes. It is very pleasant to walk from one end to the other. At dusk it becomes active with strolling locals.

1  Thank GlobalCit59
Reviewed 28 April 2015

The avenue is crowded by mostly youth generation during the evening hours. It could be more crowded during the weekends, Friday and Saturdays. The pavements have not been renovated for years. The worst is trash is throwing by the youth everywhere. Cleaning is not made...More

1  Thank dudi_13
Reviewed 9 March 2015

Liberation Avenue is a really well preserved example of Italian colonial architecture. Asmara ,or " Piccola Roma" , is a jewel. This was the Italian side of the city. You may ask to visit the cinemas and theater along the Avenue. A magic experience in...More

2  Thank daniele5551
Reviewed 18 February 2015

A very lively night full of activities and entertainment, is the New Year's Eve, in Asmara. It was my first time in many years and I found it so enjoyable. Asmara people start gathering in Harenet Street just before dawn and by 10 pm, the...More

1  Thank Mohamed A
Reviewed 3 August 2014

This is the place to see and be seen in Asmara. Don't forget to stop in at one of the many street cafes and enjoy a cappuchino or machiatto beverage.

3  Thank skink
Reviewed 22 January 2014

Decked out for Christmas when I was there. Bustly but wide and open and fitting for a proud capital city. with businesses on each side.

2  Thank Gruthan
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