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Private Amman 4 Hours Tour With King Abdullah Mosque- Roman Theater - Citadel from Dead Sea
"You will be picked up from your Dead Sea hotel for a panoramic visit of the city of Amman during the day. Amman is a city enriched with glamour of the past and the present. Visit Amman's downtown market and city center: its traditional souk coffee shops and restaurants selling local food and sweets. We will drive through its mosques churches; amongst other popular places. Amman is also the ancient city of Philadelphia; we will visit King Abdullah Mosque and the Coptic Church in front of it the Roman Theater with its Popular Traditional Museum and the Citadel with its Archeological Museum with local guide. You will proceed to Rainbow Street filled with its original shops and coffee shops in the old district of Amman at the first circle. Then drive to the other side of the modern city: Swef and Galleria Mall.Upgrade to include an authentic Mezza lunch where clients can enjoy lunching in one of Amman local restaurants (Arabic Meza Meal without water and drinks)."
From $113.00
 
Falafel Walking Tour in Amman
"Amman walking tour is the walking tour that covers Amman's most famous street Rainbow street and down-town markets. This walking tour takes from 2-3 hours and can be done any time in day time.Your guide will meet you on Rainbow street the most famous streets where all youths gather to go to coffee shops and restaurants. You will stop at the best Falafel sandwich store that has been in Amman since 1965 before heading to down-town area and the biggest food and produce market in Jordan. The market is full of mind blowing types of food still undiscovered by tourists. After taking pictures and tasting food the tour will end in the market.""""Amman walking tour or Falafel crawl with a guide that will take you from Rainbow street. The tour starts heading to down-town Amman stop at the best falafel places and the most famous ones. Then walk to one of the biggest food and produce markets in Jordan. It is a very big covered market and is for real locals it is unknown for tourists."
From $30.00
 
City Tour of Amman
"The 4 to 5 hour Amman City tour is a check of your ‘to do list’ in Jordan's capital. Your friendly and professional driver will pick you at 10am from your hotel or agreed upon location in an air conditioned and modern full size vehicle and start your day walking shoes and a hat as Amman is often referred to as an open air museum. Your first stop will be the key site in Amman the Citadel or Rabbath-Ammon went through numerous excavations which revealed is revealed through a timeline of History. At the Citadel Visitors Center you will have the option of hiring a local guide at the site for a more in depth history lesson. The C Byzantine and early Islamic artifacts and antiquities all nestled on one ‘Jebal or hill"" . The Citadel allows for stunning views of downtown Amman the Jordan flag and the Roman Amphitheater which dates back to the 2nd century AD. Take your time and tour the Citadel and the many sites it has to offer. While at the Citadel
From $115.00

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Salt Archaeological Museum

Considered one of the finest of the Ottoman-period mansions of as-Salt, Beit Abu Jaber was built in 1892 and likely named after a certain Abu Jaber family. The foundation of the structure and the...
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Landscape

Finally, it was time to leave the lowest point on Earth as we turned left into the snaking road that leads to the town of Kerak. Four hundred metres higher, there was a road sign that indicated where...
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Al-Hammam Street

Named after an Arab Bath that no longer exists, al-Hammam Street is the main traditional shopping street in historic as-Salt. The narrow pedestrianised street wraps around the contours of a hill...
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Floating

Yes, it's true, you can float and read a newspaper at the same time, but hurry up and get there, as the sea is disappearing at an outstanding rate!!! The Dead Sea has a salinity of 32.4% which enables...
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Architecture

As-Salt was built on a very hilly terrain. The centre of town lies in the middle of a deep valley and the town spreads up the surrounding hills. The effect is quite picturesque with the houses stacked...
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Dead Sea Mud

Because of the high mineral content of its mud and waters, they are thought to have healing powers. Many people come here to get a Dead Sea mud treatment followed by a dip in the water. One look at...
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Churches

With Christians representing 30% of its population, as-Salt has several churches that serve the community and its various sects. Among those I encountered were the Latin Church (i.e., Roman Catholic)...
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Lot's Cave - Lot's Wife

Lot's Cave, the shelter sought by Lot himself as he fled the destruction of the town of Sodom, is located to the south east of the Dead Sea (about 2km north east of the town Safi). There will be...
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Abu Jaber Mansion

This beautiful building is in the process of being restored. It is beautiful from the outside. I was told that it would be open for visitors within 2 weeks (that is from 30 April) when I was there. It...
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Wadi Mujib

The spectacular Wadi Majib carves its way through the arid cliffs of Jordan and snakes its way all the way down to the eastern shore of the Dead Sea. A quick stop along the Dead Sea Highway for the...
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Great Mosque

When I visited as-Salt in December 2010, the Great Mosque of as-Salt was undergoing a renovation project. The structure was built in the early 1970s as a replacement to an early 19th century mosque,...
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Dead Sea Highway

After a quick dip in the Dead Sea followed by lunch at the Movenpick, we drove south on the Dead Sea Highway as we continued our way to Petra. The views were equally stunning through out the way and...
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As-Salt Small Mosque

The Small Mosque of as-Salt, as it is called, was built in 1905 and restored in 1995. It has a round minaret with beautiful decorations, but otherwise, the mosque is fairly plain. It is located on...
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Baptism Site

Just north of the Dead Sea on the River Jordan is the site of the Baptism of Jesus Christ in Bethany-Beyond-The-Jordan. It is called "al-Maghtas" in Arabic. Due to time constraints, we skipped a visit...
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