Marketing Campaigns MEA - Antananarivo, Madagascar


Antananarivo is Madagascar’s unmissable capital city. From bustling markets, fascinating natural reserves, to colorful streets and landmarks that show off Malagasy culture and French influence.

Discover Antananarivo’s French and Malagasy legacy in this historic city

Antananarivo, also known as Tana, is a must-see in Madagascar. Spend the day wandering the charming, colorful streets lined with colonial buildings, explore the burgeoning culinary scene, and sample local and French fusion dishes. Peruse Analakely Market for fresh fruit or barter like a local to pick up some handcrafted gems. For nature lovers, don't miss the Tsimbazaza Zoo and Botanical Garden to get a first-hand glimpse of local wildlife - and if you're lucky, the island’s most beloved animal, the lemur.


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Zone Tana Waterfront, Ambodivona 1.32 miles/2.13 kilometers from downtown
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Radisson Blu Hotel, Antananarivo Waterfront - Exterior
Discover Madagascar’s bustling capital from our newly built Radisson Blu Antananarivo Waterfront hotel, in the secure and modern Tana Water Front.
Tripadvisor Rating 5.0

140 reviews

Zone Tana Waterfront, Ambodivona 1.5 miles/2.41 kilometers from downtown
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Radisson Hotel Antananarivo Waterfront - Outdoor pool
Stay at our comfortable and contemporary hotel centrally located near Tana Water Front. Enjoy easy access to the city and a peaceful stay at our oasis in Antananarivo.
Tripadvisor Rating 4.5

324 reviews

Lalana S. Rahamefy 2.63 miles/4.24 kilometers from downtown
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Radisson Serviced Apartments Antananarivo City Centre - Exterior and signages
Explore colorful and lively Antananarivo from our comfortable and stylish apartments, located in the heart of the city.
Tripadvisor Rating 4.5

158 reviews