Things To Do In Amman

THINGS TO DO IN AMMAN

THE BOULEVARD

The Boulevard is strategically situated at the heart of Abdali. The Boulevard is a mixed-use complex that consists of an outdoor pedestrian ...

The Boulevard is strategically situated at the heart of Abdali. 
The Boulevard is a mixed-use complex that consists of an outdoor pedestrian promenade, bordered by 12 buildings. These buildings offer unique premium retail outlets, cafes and restaurants, luxurious Arjaan by Rotana hotel serviced apartments and exclusive rooftop lounges with an outstanding view of Amman.

THE CITADEL

If a journey through history is what youíre looking for then the best place to start would be the Citadel. Located on a hill it gives visitors a ...

If a journey through history is what youíre looking for then the best place to start would be the Citadel. Located on a hill it gives visitors a glimpse into the evolution of Amman and provides stunning views of downtown Amman. Among the sites you canít afford to miss at the Citadel are the Umayyad Palace complex, the Temple of Hercules and the Byzantine Church.

SOUQ JARA

This summer street market in Jabal Amman is open on Fridays and includes stalls selling local wares, pop-up cafes, street food and live performances ...

This summer street market in Jabal Amman is open on Fridays and includes stalls selling local wares, pop-up cafes, street food and live performances from local bands and musicians. If youíre in Amman during the summer, you canít miss out on this family friendly activity

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NYMPHAEUM

Built in 191 AD, it was once a large two-story complex with fountains, mosaics, stone carvings and possibly a 600 square meter swimming pool.

Built in 191 AD, it was once a large two-story complex with fountains, mosaics, stone carvings and possibly a 600 square meter swimming pool.

HIJAZ RAILWAY STATION

View the great collection of working steam locomotives, formerly used for as part of a pilgrimage route connecting the Ottoman Empire to Saudi Arabia ...

View the great collection of working steam locomotives, formerly used for as part of a pilgrimage route connecting the Ottoman Empire to Saudi Arabia and an intrinsic part of the Great Arab Revolt in 1918. For more of an in-depth look at the history of the station make sure to visit the onsite museum.

KING HUSSEIN BIN TALAL MOSQUE

The King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque, named after the late King, is the largest mosque in the Kingdom. Its architecture reflects the Umayyad style ...

The King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque, named after the late King, is the largest mosque in the Kingdom. Its architecture reflects the Umayyad style prevalent in several sites in Jordan.