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Only Active street in N'Djamena

There is nothing much to do in N'Djamena and this street is the only place which looks different... read more

Reviewed 10 November 2017
Shiva Subramani M
This is where you should be

This is where you should be, and in fact I slept in a hotel in this avenue, full of life, shops... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2017
Girona, Spain
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Populated by embassies and colonial houses, the Avenue Charles de Gaulle is evidence of lasting European influence in Africa.
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  • Average53%
  • Poor17%
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9 Nov 2017
“Only Active street in N'Djamena”
15 Oct 2017
“The main street of N'Djamena”
N'Djamena, Chad

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Reviewed 10 November 2017

There is nothing much to do in N'Djamena and this street is the only place which looks different from others and active. If your in N'Djamena who have to take a look at this street.

Thank Shiva Subramani M
Reviewed 18 October 2017

This is where you should be, and in fact I slept in a hotel in this avenue, full of life, shops, restaurants and even ATM, very safe area to walk even at night.

Thank agusticassa
Reviewed 16 October 2017

Avenue Charles de Gaulle is the main avenue of N'Djamena, if it was in Paris it would be the Champs Elisees, in London it would be Oxford Street... but in much, much, much lower scale:)

Thank YvonnickJ-D
Reviewed 27 April 2017

wide avenue in the centre of N´Djamena. Not so much to see in this city, but this is worth visiting...

2  Thank michael c
Reviewed 14 November 2016

when you pass through the avenue CdC, there are lots of mobile shops and persons selling mobile recharge cards. lots of motobikes

Thank ludovic769
Reviewed 8 October 2016

That's the main road of N'Djamena. It is often very dusty, especially during the dry season. Some nice spots with trees and green areas, many little shops where you can buy a soda or some biscuits, and lots of secondary roads linked to. If you...More

2  Thank Francesca A
Reviewed 20 April 2016

N'Djamena, was an interesting city to visit. I stayed there for approx one week and stayed at the Novotel. I was comfortable there although the AC was not the best. I found entry into Chad very easy, and exit very difficult, thanks in part to...More

2  Thank GrahamNI
Reviewed 2 February 2016

Nobody comes to NDjamena for the sights, not much to say about them. A 5 minute walk down the street will provide all the impressions you need, suggest leave wallet, phone & watch in hotel safe while doing so.

3  Thank andrasz
Reviewed 28 September 2015

In all honesty, N'Djamena is not a very beautiful city: it is flat and with no special attractions. The only places to see are the Av. Charles de Gaulle, the market and the river. Nothing more. The good thing is that, over the years all...More

2  Thank Maurizio P
Reviewed 13 August 2015

I've only been a few other places in the world that hits all my senses at the same time. The sights, the sounds, the smells, walking through the mass of humanity. I Loved It!!

Thank Babu957
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12 December 2017|
Response from Shiva Subramani M | Reviewed this property |
not much.. but the only busy place where you can spend some time in Chad after crowded local markets...