Crystal Suites

16 Al Kindi Street, Fifth Circle, Amman, 11195, Jordan
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Help with spending the night in Amman

by soccerlegend202

Hey guys,

I am spending the summer in Damascus studying Arabic, and know a bit from last summer (when I did the same thing). My flight arrives in Amman, and I am having a lot of trouble finding concrete information on what to expect. I realize the need for flexiblity and such, but I'm hoping to get some help with mainly two things- buses and a hotel.

Is the current Bus Station called "Tareq"? Will there be an airport shuttle? Also, how do I get from Amman to Damascus? Is the JETT bus the best to take?

What hotels are close to the bus station? I'd like one as near as possible, but hopefully *very* cheap ($10?).

I'll be traveling with 4 friends. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!


Re: Help with spending the night in Amman

by TheWanderingCamel

There is an Airport Express bus from Queen Alia Airport (35 km from the city centre). It runs every 30 minutes between 0600 until 2300, and then at 0100 and 0300 and costs JD2. The trip from the airport usually takes from 45 minutes to an hour. It terminates at the Royal Jordanian office in the Abdali area.

There is one Jett bus a day from Amman to Damascus
As there are 5 of you travelling together, you might consider taking a servis taxi - all the details on how to do that can be found here -

along with more information about the Jett bus

Travel Tips for Amman

amman is now a very big...

by fabrice

amman is now a very big city;for 3 reasons
1)jordan has welcome hundreds of thousands of palestinian refugees,many of them live near amman,(ar-rusayfah,or az-zarqa)--------
2)because of the civil war in lebanon,amman became a business and bank center in the 1980's ---------
3)the gulf war has brought again many refugees from iraq a little quarrel in abdali station,I was trying to find a bus to saudi arabia,and a taxi-driver told me that the best was to take a collective taxi in raghdan station to tabuk;I said:no,I prefer to take a bus to ma'an,then to al-mudawara;and the taxi-driver felt offended:there is no bus from ma'an to al-mudawaura,I know my country!!!

in tourists-traps on VT,the most important problems come always from taxi-drivers

Duty Free

by Openseas

The following goods may be imported into Jordan without incurring customs duty:

200 cigarettes or 25 cigars or 200g of tobacco (a charge of JD3.750 for each additional 200 cigarettes, up to a maximum of 2000);

1 litre of alcohol (a charge of JD2.910 for each additional litre, up to a maximum of 4 litres);

gifts up to the value of JD50 or the equivalent to US$150

this is a map of ancient...

by fabrice

this is a map of ancient jerusalem,that you can see in saint-georges church in MADABA,about 30kms from amman.This map is very famous,there is a little reproduction in the cardo,in the jewish district in the old city of jerusalem.
It is one of the best sources to know how jerusalem was built at that time.Israelis who go to jordan usually travel to petra and madaba

From Amman to Petra then Aqaba

by onfoot

You have 2 options:
1- Use local transportation,
Amman - Petra: you can take the bus from Wehdat bus station (or sometimes called south station), it's 4 JDs
OR you can take the JETT bus to Petra leaves everyday at 6:30am arriving at Petra around 9:30 (8 Jds one way) leaves from Abdalli - Jett company.
Petra - Aqaba: you can take the local buses to Aqaba, last one leaves around 5pm ... but you need to check as times changes in summer (so just ask when you first set foot in Petra about the Aqaba buses times)

2- Rent a car: AVIS has offices in Amman & Aqaba (both at airports and inside the city), so you should have no problem leaving your car in Aqaba after your trip is over. Prices also changes depending on the season and how long you want it for but it will cost no less than 40 JDs/day
Consult their website

Amman to Syria and Lebanon

by Vabate

To travel to Lebanon and Syria from Amman, use the Service cars (shared taxis) on either side of the street at Abdali Bus Station.

Step into one of the offices and ask for pricing. Cars leave when they are full, unless you would like to buy additional seats for an earlier departure. These cars are faster than buses and just as cheap.


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Address: 16 Al Kindi Street, Fifth Circle, Amman, 11195, Jordan