Hotels in Antananarivo - Madagascar
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Rue Pierre Stibbe Anosy - BP 959 - Madagascar
17, Rue Printsy Ratsimamanga, 101 Antananarivo - Madagascar
LOT VW115 Ambohimitsimbina - Madagascar
Lot IIO 74B, Anjanahary, 101 Antanananarivo - Madagascar
13, Rue Andriandahifotsy, Faravohitra, 101 Antananarivo - Madagascar
Tsiombikibo - Lot VE 12 Ambatovinaky - Madagascar
Lot IBK 7 Bis, Rue Andrianary Ratianarivo, Ampasamadinika 101 Antananarivo - Madagascar
29 Prince Ratsimamanga Street, 101 Antananarivo, - Madagascar
B.P. 756, Route Andrainarivo , Ampahibe - Madagascar
On Tana, rooms start from € 9 through an average of € 50 for 2 and 3 star hotels to over € 150 for hotels & deluxe rooms.
Learn more about Antananarivo
The fourth largest island in the world, Madagascar is the only "Afro-Asian" land on the planet. This subtle mix of Asia and Africa offers the traveler landscapes ranging from tropical rainforest to captivating turquoise lagoons or shimmering rice paddies to thorny deserts. Lemurs are emblems of unique endemic fauna and flora.
The circuits not to be missed for a successful stay on Antananarivo
Nicknamed the city of beauty, Antananarivo is the capital of Madagascar and is located in the Highlands region. Lovers of friendly atmosphere will appreciate the local markets such as shellfish or the flower market near Lake Anosy. Antananarivo, commonly known as Tana, is perched at 1300 meters above sea level and its discovery is made over the walks, strolling along avenues and stairs always very animated. The Queen's Palace or the Rova is a key element of the visit of the city of Antananarivo.
Occupying the highest hill overlooking Anocy Lake, the Rova was once the residence of the kings of the time because its dominant position was ideal for the defense of the city. Close to the Rova is the Andafivaratra Museum or Prime Minister's Museum, so named because it was the residence of Prime Minister Rainilaiarivony who married successively three queens belonging to the Merina ethnic group. This museum houses historical collections rescued from the fire of the Queen's Palace and some representative objects of the last Malagasy dynasties. During the discovery of the capital, you will find renowned restaurants, holding a operating license where tourists can taste the Malagasy gastronomy. South of Antananarivo, in the Lower City, the Tsimbazaza Botanical and Zoological Park, which means "they are not children," makes it possible to observe lemurs.
Visit the Malagasy capital now before it changes
The Independence Avenue, the nerve center of the city, is lined with old colonial buildings now become banks. Its very famous Friday market, Zoma was for a long time the most impressive figure that was offered to the visitors of the Malagasy capital but today it is divided into four markets spread across the city. The surroundings of the Malagasy capital shelters some high places of the merina power distributed on the 12 hills which surround the city.
The city of Ambatolampy is quite representative of the charm of the cities of the Imerina region. Hiking and fishing enthusiasts will appreciate the pine forests and landscapes of the Ankatra Massif lined with wild mimosas and rivers.