Make sure you also take a walk around downtown Amman, especially through the souqs. Very interesting and a great insight into Amman.
Amman is a friendly culturally diverse city. Great restaurants and shopping. Historic Citadel is a must see.
Great way to experience the Middle East in a safe environment. However, navigating crossing the streets with few traffic lights and numerous cars that seem to drive with no rules is challenging. Rely on cabs, don't rent a car, even if you rate yourself as an excellent driver.
Amman city is not fully developed city but nice places you can find there in terms of touristic, most of the restaurant specially arabic food were excellent.
Taxi drivers most of them are rude and have no respect they dont stop or even they stop they dont agree for short 5 min trips because they will not make profit out of it. out of 10 2 are nice
The city is nice with very friendly people - some of the not to miss attractions are the a) automotive museum (even if you are not a automobiles fan) b) Rainbow street - very vibrant and great cafes c) Kings Mosque
Quite an expensive place to travel. Especially the entrance fees to visit the cultural places. Roman Theatre and Roman Castle is a MUST visit place.
Amman is jordan and jordan is mixed of islam and kristian, and they live happily, whc is very good but when it comes to tribe from muslim(syia,sunni, alwiya etc) they are vicious and ready to kill each other, just see syria now.
..it is very sad scenario but nothing can be done. A pay to visit dead sea is a must, travelling from amman is around one hour, while you travelling to the sea, the scenary is nice, and you will feel like on borad the plane and you will feel the pressure difference, but, you are going down under the sea level. other place like jordan river, musa tomb etc is also good, bcos of all this is historic places and very beautiful.if you read the history of all these prophet, you will feel amazing of how they can live before us and how the god is helping them to reach this and that.
Actually, Amman is not just the capital city. it has many things that you can visit and know its history background.
I was very impressed with the view in the morning and also local coffee shop which serve really delicous and strong coffee.
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very bad.everything is not good. very bad.everything is not good. very bad.
Will never visit nor recommend for foreign tourist to visit any historical landmarks as the authority rip you off with entry fees, they charge almost 50 times more when you as foreigner enter than a Jordanian or Arad visitor ,
amman changed a lot in the last couple of years is not done now but will be quite modern and international, a step which is well needed to do
Amman is an old city with people likes to help you whatever they can. However, as the city is small, from time to time you will encounter traffic which is normal to any old city around the world.
Amman is the location of the impressive roman theatre and the citadel where roman gods temple are situated. There are also a lot of shopping centre such as city mall, taj mall, baraka mall, mecca mall and zara center in Wadi Saqra.
many angery people extremly expensive city no value for mony you will be charged for any thing mostly in future they might consider tax on breathing I guess
crowded city every body is using his car horn for every thning noisy and hot in summer day summer sun is burning extremly expensive resturants and shops
We found Amman to be an intriguing city, very built up with high density living. We were very disappointed to see so much rubbish around the streets.
It appears that noone is encouraged or educated to put rubbish in bins. We witnessed numerous people just discard wrappers, containers and plastic bags on the street. It is a city rich in history and the people appeared friendly.
Was pleasantly surprised at the sense of safety and the variety of activities and shopping. Stores were open late into the night, extending the day's activities in a good way.
The coliseum and citadel were very interesting and people were helpful along the way.
Amman is full of historical places, old shops, kind people, nice tourist spots and has preserved its culture.
Food are good and not so expensive. It is where I tasted the best falafel.
Very nice people and great historical site. It will be enjoyable 1-2 days only, if stay more, need to find how enjoy this city.
The Citadel is literally and figuratively the highpoint of the visit. Find your way on foot up the winding staircases from the main street in front of the amphitheatre.
Ruins of many different ages. The stodgy arcaeological museum is well worth the trip, even if the Dead Sea Scrolls are no longer there.
This city is huge with low rise buildings spread over the seven hills of Jordan. Unbelievable big. Thank goodness the taxis are inexpensive
Drive in Amman is a little difficult for a non-native, very crowded during peak hour, people are friendly.