This bustling cobblestone street is home to many of Amman’s best shops, restaurants and nightlife destinations, drawing locals and tourists alike.
Once the heart of Amman, this 2,000 year old amphitheater still inspires awe and highlights the genius of Roman engineering and design.
Admire the views and take in the architecture when you use this modern crossing to travel between the two parts of the Jordanian capital.
One of the best places to hang out in Amman, this shopping center has both affordable and luxury brands, a bustling food court and even a playground.
Indulge in some retail therapy, grab a bite to eat or soak up the ambiance and atmosphere of this bright and glamorous shopping center in Jordan’s bustling capital.
When strolling through the maze of Amman’s gold souk let the tall minarets of this famous Ottoman-style landmark in the heart of downtown Amman be your guide.
At this outdoor flea market open only in the summer months, browse stalls selling clothing, antiques, handmade jewelry and local snacks.
Discover 6,000-year-old archeological wonders and some of the best views of Amman, one of the oldest-known cities in the world,
Perched on the highest hill in Amman, this mysterious temple is one of the most impressive sights in the ancient Citadel complex.
Jordan’s capital features a great climate, burgeoning creative and café scenes, and some of the most significant ancient ruins in the Middle East.
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A jumbled layout and busy atmosphere amid markets and museums create a film-like scene in a historic district enclosed by a citadel and seven hills.
If you're looking for some top things to see and do in Ash Shumaysani and surrounding area, you can visit Royal Culture Center and The Boulevard.
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While visiting Al Abdali, you might make a stop by sights like Hussain Luna Park and Royal Culture Center.
If you're spending some time in Wādī as Sīr, The Galleria Mall and Baraka Mall are top sights worth seeing.