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Book Hotels in Amman-Amman is the largest city of Jordan and the capital where it is known as a main tourist destination in the region. It is the epicenter of the country’s political and cultural spheres and is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world. It is viewed as one of the most liberal cities throughout the Arab World. Amman has become famous for its elegant restaurants among Western expats and tourists alike. The people of Amman are multi-cultural, well-educated and hospitable

Points Of Interest

Abdoun Tourist Attraction

Abdoun is a residential area in Amman, Jordan. Abdoun area is considered by many of the most affluent and prestigious areas in the city, and is located in the south of the Jordanian capital .Abdoun is one of the main center for nightlife in Amman. There are many high-end nightclubs where locals and tourists love to spend time in. The area of Abdoun is home to many restaurants and cafés. The area has many places that are recommended to visit such as Abdoun Mall, that is of the first shopping center to open in Amman. The Abdoun bridge links the Fourth Circle in Jabal Amman to abdoun.

Seventh Circle Tourist Attraction

The Seventh Circle or Talal Bin Mohammad Sqaure is one of the most famous circles and areas in the Jordanian capital, Amman. The square has a green space surrounding a memorial statue. The Seventh Circle is famous for the many dining options it offers to its visitors like the cafes, restaurants shops and supermarkets such as Cosmo, Safeway, Abu Jabra, Kentucky and many others. The area has a branch for the Royal Jordanian Airlines, where passengers can make their own travel transactions a day before the date of departure.

6th circle  Tourist Attraction

Sixth Circle: The Sixth Circle works as a link between the seven hills or mountains of Amman. The square is officially known as the Square of Prince Rashid Bin Al Hassan. The Sixth Circle links two areas in the Jordanian capital, Amman, Sweifieh and Om Othanya. The area has many well-known hotels such as the Crowne Plaza Hotel, and restaurants and cafes, such as Jabri restaurant, Burger King. In addition, the project, Jordan Gate Towers is located in there.

Shmesani Tourist Attraction

Shmeisani area is one of the most prosperous areas of the city of Amman and is located in the western part of the Jordanian capital. Shmeisani occupies a strategic location in the heart of the modern city of Amman. From the north, the University of borders Shmeisani, Abdali and Jabal Al Hussain from the East, Abdoun and Rabia from the west and Wadi Saqra from the South.The area is the economic center of the city where you can find the Amman Stock Market, and where many of the bank’s headquarters are located. In addition, due to the area’s economic importance many luxurious hotels have branches in it such as the Marriott, Kempinski, Le Meridien, and the Landmark Hotel. In addition to that, the area has many dining options to offer such as cafes and fast food chains. There are branches for a couple of hospitals such as the Hospital of Palestine and the Specialist Hospital.

Al Rabia Tourist Attraction

It is an area located in the city of Amman and specifically located in the Western area of Amman, and is part of Tla’a Al Ali area. The area is known by that name because it is located on a high hill 1,015 meters above sea level.Rabieh features many popular cafes and famous restaurants like Kalha and Al Khal restaurant. Rabieh is considered a prestigious residential neighborhood in West Amman and where many embassies are located, and home to many businessmen and Jordanian VIPs.

Sweifieh Tourist Attraction

Sweifieh is an area that is famously known for shopping in Amman, Jordan on the west of the Jordanian capital, and is considered as one of the most important commercial markets, and home to international brands. The Sweifieh is a pedestrian street. Famous places located in the area is Baraka Mall and Wakalat Street.

Al Dakhliye Circle Tourist Attraction

Al Dakhliye Circle, or Jamal Abdel Nasser Square is set in the heart of Amman, specifically in the Abdali area, and is a link between Jabal Al Hussein, Jabal Amman , Abdali and Shmeisani. The circle is considered one of the main vibrant streets in Amman.Called after the Egyptian president "Jamal Abdel Nasser Square" and called Al Dakhliye Circle because the ministry of interior affairs (Dakhliye in Arabic) is located in the area.  The area is located beneath a bridge, and there is a tunnel linking the two-way street there.The area has several important buildings such as the Jordan News Agency building (Petra), and many luxury hotels in addition to the presence of many hospitals in the area. It is a connecting point between western and eastern Amman, and connects the north and south of Amman.

rainbow street (Also known as Abu Bakir Street) Tourist Attraction

Rainbow street - previously known as Abu Bakir Street -  is considered to be one of the most popular and ancient streets in Jordan, In addition the area surrounding the street is protected considering its importance in the Jordanian history and tradition.The street is located on Amman Mountain, stretching from the 1st square up to Mango Street. Located on the two sides of the street are houses of significant political Jordanian characters.The street is very lively, with cultural and entertainment events taking place at different times, moreover the street is filled with shopping stores, restaurants, cafes and more...

King Hussein Mosque Tourist Attraction

Built over an ancient mosque and is at the heart of Downtown Amman; non-Muslims allowed inside after prayers; serves as a meeting place of the locals; good place to start in discovering Downtown Amman.

1st Circle Tourist Attraction

2nd circle  Tourist Attraction

maydan wasfi al tall

3rd circle  Tourist Attraction

king talal square

4th circle  Tourist Attraction

zahran street

5th circle  Tourist Attraction

Fifth Circle: also known as the Square of Prince Faisal Bin Al Hussein.  In the surrounding area there are many luxury hotels, including Bristol Hotel, Four Seasons Hotel, Sheraton Hotel Amman, and others. In addition, it is located near the Arab Hospital Medical Center, one of the best medical centers in Jordan.

Amman City Center City Center

Also known as Wast Al Balad, it is the previous economic and commercial center of Amman, from the beginning of the century until the early eighties, and is one of the most densely populated areas in Amman. In the area, you can find important landmarks, cafes, agencies, repair shops, money exchange shops, Antique shops, and a Bazaar that is considered one of the favorite spots for tourists to visit since it reflects the culture of the country and its people. One of the landmarks nearby is the Roman Theater, the Museum of Roman Civilization and the National Library of Amman.

Imperial Medical Center City Center

The Imperial Medical Center is dedicated to providing its visitors with the best medical services and doctors. It offers a variety of medical services such as:  Medical (mouth & teeth) surgery clinic, psychiatric & neurological clinic, infertility clinic, cardiovascular disease clinic, pain management clinic, nose, ear & throat clinic, medicine of ophthalmic & surgery consultation and others.

Al Husayn Medical Centre Medical

Al Husayn Medical Center, which is located in Amman, the capital of Jordan, is ranked as one of the top cancer treatment facilities in the middle east and the world. The hospital is open all day long from Sunday to Thursday, and is located on Queen Rania Abdallah Street, next to the Jordanian University. The hospital is surrounded with a number of hotels such as:The Boulevard Arjaan by Rotana, Sheraton Amman Al-Nabil Hotel, Le Royal Amman, along with many others.

Abdoun Mall Business

Smaller version of Mecca Mall; with numerous restaurants offering local food to international and fusion cuisine; with a bowling alley and a number of arcades; has a cinema to enjoy mostly regional films.

International Stadium Sport

Largest stadium built in Amman, which can accommodate approximately 25,000 people at one time; hosted the Asian Championships in Athletics in 2007; mostly used for football and track and field events.

King Hussain Sports City Sport

Large complex built right at the heart of the city of Amman; rich complex offering numerous sports and recreational activities to keep the body fit and healthy; considered as among the most impressive multiples buildings in the Middle East.

Jabal al Qal’a (Amman Citadel) Historic

Complex of ancient buildings surrounded by walls that span 1700 meters; perfect vantage point in the early morning; tourists and locals can see Amman’s seven main hills spread out around the citadel.

Roman Theater Entertainment

Ancient Roman Theatre in Amman

The Royal Automobile Museum Entertainment

In honor of the late King Hussein’s passion for automobiles and his eventful life, his son King Abdullah II shared to the public the attractions of not only of the cars, but the very life and stories of the man who loved and drove those cars.

Mecca Mall Shops

A one stop shop located at Mecca street offering groceries, home improvement, pharmacies; strictly for families and requires the presence of at least one woman in the group

University of Jordan Education

Premier state-supported institution for Higher Education, which is the oldest and the largest in Jordan; among the most prestigious universities in the entire Arab world; admission averages are highest in all of Jordan.
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