Things to do in Amman

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  • 1


    26 reviews

    love it<3

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  • 2

    West Amman

    7 reviews

    i love amman

  • 3

    Temple of Hercules

    7 reviews

    pura historia

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  • 4

    Roman Theater

    8 reviews

    The theatre was built the reign of Antonius Pius (138-161 CE). The large and steeply raked structure could seat about 6,000 people: built into the hillside, it was is a fabulous (and seemingly quiet) spot to stop and take in the view of downtown Amman.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 5

    Jordan River

    6 reviews

    River of Faith

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  • 6

    King Hussein Bridge

    4 reviews

    love it

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  • 7

    Wadi Rum camel ride

    2 reviews

    Petra was so Awesome to see

  • 8

    Petra NightsTours

    1 review

    Petra Nights Tours is Highly recommended! I would definitely use them again and will surely recommend to my friends! They give best deal for private tours.

    Popular withHistoryOutdoorWellness
  • 9

    Al Nai

    1 review

    Oriental bar decorated in Ottoman style. Live Arabic music on the first Thursday of each month and for the following four nights.

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  • 10

    Wild Jordan

    1 review

    On Rainbow Street (Abu Bakr Siddeq Street), this oasis offers an exhibition on conservation work, a gift shop of local crafts from pomegranate olive oil soaps to teas and jewelry, and a delightful cafe serving tasty bites, iced mint teas, smoothies and cocktail with the most spectacular view of the temple of Hercules, citadel, and, well, all of Amman!

    Popular withTrendstersLuxuryLocal
  • 11

    Umm Ar Rassas

    1 review

    It is practically in ruins ; the town still has several buildings, churches, some valued stoned arches and a Byzantine tower of 15 meters, that old Christian monks used as hermitage. The main attraction is the church of Saint Stephen with an impressive mosaic floor, showing cities of Holy Land, of Jordan and of Egypt.

    Popular withSpiritualHistoryStudents
  • 12


    1 review

    The town is lovely; it is walkable, and few spots remind old Italian villages; it lays on a bend among few green slopes; by the way, it is said that its name means "forests". Salt, it is not very popular among travelers to Jordan, for being not included in the standard circuits; however it is charming with its traditional bazaars ...

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  • 13

    King Abdullah Mosque

    1 review

    This mosque located in El-Abdali district was completed in 1990 as a memorial to the late King Hussein's Grandfather. The beautiful and instantly recognizable Blue Dome Mosque is worth a quick look inside. Women will be asked to wear an Abaya (gown) and cover their hair.

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  • 14

    Saint George Coptic Orthodox Church

    1 review

    Beautiful church across from the blue domed mosque reminds travelers that Jordan has a large Christian population that lives with their Muslim countrymen peacefully.

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  • 15

    jabel al hussien

    2 reviews

    very dis casting but i have people there so i love my people in amman

  • 16

    Lot's Wife

    1 review

    Lot's Wife is a 20 meter finger of rock near the southern end of the Dead Sea on the Jordanian side. When Lot and his family fled Sodom and Gomorrah, they were warned to not look back. According to the Old Testament, Lot's wife could not resist and when she locked back, she instantly turned into a pillar of salt. ...

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  • 17

    Four Seasons Lounge

    1 review

    Here's a nice touch for anyone booked to stay in the Four Seasons hotel in downtown Amman. If you book the 'meet and greet' service you'll be escorted through (sometimes chaotic) immigration facilities and then taken to relax in a private lounge in the arrivals hall, reserved for hotel guests, while a porter waits at the carousel for your luggage. ...

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  • 18

    Taj Mall

    1 review
  • 19

    Royal Jordanian Crown Lounge

    6 reviews

    i think its a very beautiful place

  • 20

    Queen Alia International Airport

    2 reviews

    As the main airport in Jordan, visitors from all over the world pass through here. Upon arrival, visitors can obtain visas by paying 20 JOD. No pre-authorization required. Just be prepared for a poor exchange rate on American dollars to JOD at the bank located in front of the visa line. Security was not much of a hassle either. There ...

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