Amman is a diverse city with varied architecture, home to numerous churches and a multicultural population. Even within the midst of the ultra-modern commercial center of the city there is evidence of its ancient roots, with colorful ancient souks, Roman ruins, cultural museums and monuments painting a picture of the history of the region.

Visit the Roman amphitheater dating back to more than 2000 year old architecture and well preserved.

Explore the Royal automobile museum showing the royal family cars’ collection (especially king Hussein collections)

Follow the narrow passages that lead you to the wonderful dwellings, tombs caves theatres and obelisks of the whimsical rose red city Petra.

Designer boutiques in neighborhoods such as Sweifieh and Abdoun to traditional Arab souks, Amman has plenty of opportunities to indulge in a spot of retail therapy.

Visit Abdoun Amman Mall and Mecca Mall, the Fashion outlet store, and the Designers Outlet department stores.

At Al Bourgan you will find a selection of crafts and souvenirs with reasonable prices. It’s behind Jordan InterContinental Hotel.

Dead Sea

A very serene region Situated at the lowest point of the earth with fabulous shores, naturally therapeutic, poor in pollution, rich in minerals and marked with an exceptional mud. It will guarantee the enhancement of your beauty and comfort.

What to do:

See the major biblical sites like the baptism place and the  Mount Nebo housing the remnants of a church commemorating the biblical story of Moises .

A good place you could visit, the Samarah Mall which was opened recently.

Buy sea salts lotions and sops from the famous brand “treasures of the Dead Sea”.