Ferrovia Coloniale Massawa-Asmara

Ferrovia Coloniale Massawa-Asmara

Ferrovia Coloniale Massawa-Asmara
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Edin Krnic
Tuzi, Montenegro3,701 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019 • Solo
What to write about Massawa. Here is the best only fish in Salam restaurant made by Mohamad. Ferrovia need lot of money to return old beauty
Written 24 October 2019
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Pietro Mariano B
Rome, Italy212 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2015 • Friends
...it may probably work only on a chartered basis or occasionally on Sunday and only dor a short trip, very far from Massawa. The railway station in Asmara, an old Italian jewel dated 1911, is in terrible shape. But in its decadence it is still fascinating. If you have a conspicuous roup ask for a charter course; may be an unforgettable experience, one of the inconic attractions in Eitrea that should be managed better. And probably in the future, when other national priority problem will be solved, it will.
Written 22 December 2015
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FrenchTraveller001
Paris, France828 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2014 • Solo
The train from Massawa to Asmara is one of a kind and offers a genuinely authentic experience. If it runs when you are in Asmara, don't hesitate to try it!
Written 5 January 2015
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Ihab Z
Eastpointe, MI30 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2013 • Friends
On our first tour planned for Eritrea, the trip included Asmara and the deserted town of Massawa. I have to say that despite how destroyed and how ruined the old city is, it had an amazing character. You almost feel you are walking into an old history chapter book.. the streets are semi-deserted, the beautufil Ottoman homes, and colonial buildings and majestic turn-of-the century palaces are nothing but ruins. That by itself added so much charm. The photo ops are amazing and people in this old town are very friendly and invite you into their humble homes. We did not have enoygh time to visit some of the islands but Massawa deserves an added day to enjoy its nature as well. The Red Sea, clean and unexplored is so different tghan the Red Sea you encounter in Egypt where it is overbuilt and so modern you feel you are in Vegas. No visit to Eritrea is complete without visiting Massawa.
Written 5 March 2013
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