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How To Get Around In Djibouti City

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Green TaxiCabs are a great way to get around. Some individuals will urge you to stay away from cabs whose drivers are chewing khat, which is a natural stimulant with an amphetamine-like effect. Because of this, the Djiboutians and Somalis in the area have something called Merran, which is the Somali term meaning ‘energy.

Taxis range in price from 500fr to any amount, depending on the distance traveled. In the case of Camp Lemonier, the cost of transportation to the city center was 1,500FRA. Negotiate and you may be able to obtain a better deal, but there are more important things to do than dispute about 500fr.

How To Travel To Djibouti City

BY PLAIN The city is served by Ambouli Airport (JIB), which has frequent flights from Air France (to Paris-CDG), Ethiopian Airways (Addis Ababa), and Kenya Airways (Nairobi through Addis Ababa). Fly Dubai also operates frequent flights (to UAE-Dubai-DXB terminal 2). BY TRAIN Train services from Dire Dawa have returned, with two weekly trains...

Prices in Djibouti City

MARKET / SUPERMARKET Milk1 liter$ 1.75Tomatoes1 kg$ 1.17Cheese0.5 kg$ 16.00Apples1 kg$ 2.80Oranges1 kg$ 3.00Beer (domestic)0.5 l$ 2.50Bottle of Wine1 bottle$ 21.00Coca-Cola2 liters$ 1.55Bread1 piece$ Water1.5 l$ 0.80 RESTAURANTS Dinner (Low-range)for 2$ 20.00Dinner (Mid-range)for 2$ 40.00Dinner(High-range)for 2$ 56.00 Mac Meal or similar1 meal$ 12.00Water0.33 l$ 0.70Cappuccino1 cup$ 5.40Beer (Imported)0.33 l$ 7.00Beer (domestic)0.5 l$ 5.60Coca-Cola0.33 l$ 1.25Coctail drink1 drink$ 16.00 ENTERTAINMENT Cinema2...

Food & Restaurants In Djibouti City

Melting Pot is a fusion cuisine restaurant situated in Heron not far from the harbor. On the menu, camel meat, sushi, sashimi, seafood, lobster, crab, and tastiest steaks in Djibouti. Beer, mojitos. Nice environment with outdoor and indoor setting. Organises events including all you can eat sushi night, attracting huge...

Nightlife In Djibouti City

Club Hermes. Underground club with a low-key atmosphere. Excellent security at the front entrance. Beer costs 1,000 Djiboutian francs per bottle.Sham's. A competent DJ and a little dance floor. Beer is 1,000 Djiboutian francs and mixed drinks are 1,500 Djiboutian francs.Club Menelik. Security is excellent throughout the Menelik Hotel. Beverages are priced...

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