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Kabul Serena Hotel
Kabul Serena Hotel Star Rating 3        
Froshgah Street

Originally built in 1945, the hotel has been completely refurbished and extended via the addition of an entire new wing. Reflecting the pure grace of classic Islamic architecture, the reincarnated hotel retains many of the key elements of the original, but has also been intuitively restyled so as to reflect the many historical influences that have been brought to bear on this 3,000 year-old city..
Safi Landmark Hotel & Suites
Safi Landmark Hotel & Suites Star Rating 4        
P.O. Box 430

Safi Landmark Hotel & Suites offers 4-star accommodation in Kabul. It is ideally positioned for those wanting to visit the area's popular attractions.The hotel has 130 rooms that are fitted with all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
More on Afghanistan .

Afghanistan is a landlocked country in Central-Asia. It has long borders with Iran and Pakistan. It borders on three of the new Central Asian republics: Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikstan. It has a very short border with China which is the result of a strange 19-th century Anglo-Russian deal. Afghanistan used to be quite a popular travel destination in the 70's when hippies would go overland to India. The capital Kabul was a popular hangout, back then. Things have changed a lot since then.

It started in 1979 when Afghanistan was invaded and occupied by the Soviet Union. The USSR was forced to withdraw 10 years later by anti-communist mujahidin forces supplied and trained by the US, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and others. Fighting subsequently continued among the various mujahidin factions, but the fundamentalist Islamic Taliban movement has been able to seize most of the country. In addition to the continuing civil strife, the country suffers from enormous poverty, a crumbling infrastructure, and widespread live mines.

This means that you have to be brave in order to venture into Aghanistan. Tourists are welcome, though it depends on where you go. The safest way to visit Afghanistan is to fly into Kabul and travel by air to major cities once in the country. Kabul has several good restaurants and clubs that cater to expats.