Enjoy Wonderful Amman city tour in a Day.
Tour Start 8:00 Am
Amman Citadel + Roman Theater + Jordan Museum + Royal Automobile Museum+ king Abdullah Mosque .
Amman Citadel :
The Amman Citadel is a historical site at the center of downtown Amman, Jordan.
also in Arabic as Jabal al-Qal’a, the L-shaped hill one of the seven jabals originally The Older made up Amman.
Not to Mention The area known as the Citadel sits on the highest hill in Amman,
Jebel al-Qala’a (about 850m above sea level), and the site of ancient Rabbath-Ammon.
Occupied since the Bronze Age, surrounded by a 1700m-long wall, which rebuilt many times during the Bronze and Iron Ages, as well as the Roman, Byzantine and Umayyad periods.
There’s plenty to see, but the Citadel’s most striking sights are the Temple of Hercules and the Ummayad Palace.
Umayyad Palace :
Also The Umayyad Palace is a large palatial complex from the Umayyad period,
now largely ruined, with a restored domed entrance chamber, known as the “kiosk” or “monumental gateway”
Climbing the signposted path from the Temple of Hercules,
you pass a small ruined Byzantine church on the right, dating from the fifth or sixth century, which reused many of the columns from the nearby temple.
also The church formed part of a Byzantine town which probably covered much of the hill.
he remains of a large Umayyad mosque on the left indicate the beginning of the huge Umayyad Palace complex, which also stretches over the northern part of the hill.
Roman Theater :
This theater the most obvious and impressive remnant of Roman Philadelphia.
and also the highlight of Amman for most foreign visitors.
The theater itself cut into the northern side of a hill, and has a seating capacity of 6000. The best time for photographs the morning .
when the light is soft – although the views from the top tiers just before sunset are also superb.
Jordan Museum :
The Jordan Museum located in Ras Al-Ein district of Amman, Jordan. Built in 2014, the museum the largest museum in Jordan and hosts the country’s most important archaeological findings .
Royal Automobile Museum :
Located next to the Al Hussein Public Parks, the museum was established in 2003 upon King Abdullah‘s wishes. The museum showcases a rare collection of Jordan’s vehicles ranging from Hussein bin Ali‘s cars that came to Amman in 1916 to modern sports cars .
king Abdullah Mosque :
Completed in 1989 as a memorial by the late King Hussein to his grandfather.
This blue-domed landmark can house up to 7000 worshippers.
There is also a small women’s section for 500 worshipper, and a much smaller royal enclosure. The cavernous, octagonal prayer hall capped by a magnificent blue dome 35 m in diameter, decorated with Quranic inscriptions.
A Friday visit may be possible if you avoid prayer time, but call ahead to be sure. Women are required to cover their hair.
headscarves are available at the entrance to the mosque together with abeyyas .
(black, full-length outer clothing) to cover bare arms, legs or jeans. Shoes must be removed before entering the prayer hall.
The Rainbow Street :
The Rainbow Street , originally named Abu Bakr al Siddiq street, is a public space in the historic area of Jabal Amman, near the center of downtown Amman, Jordan. The street runs east from the First Circle to Mango Street, and contains several attractions from roof tops restaurants to pubs. The street runs in front of the British Council building, as well as the headquarters of the Jordan Petroleum Refinery Company and the cinema after which the street is renamed .
The Cafe @ Wild Jordan , Rainbow Street .