Places to Visit in Amman: Discover How Unique Jordan Is?

This Capital city of Jordan is full of history,culture and modern life together with interesting stories to be told by those ancient monuments. It is a city that embraces the past having future in mind and the interaction of these two is notable nice. There are many places to visit in Amman, which are liked by the millions of tourists who are vising every year.

So here we go with the most amazing places to visit in Amman.

Jabal Amman

Jabal Amman

Ariel View of Jabal Ammam

Jabal Amman is renowned for its historic buildings and distinctive early 20th-century architecture.  You can easily spend one afternoon wandering around the streets of this neighborhood and admire the unique architecture.

Jabal Al Weibdeh

Jabal Al Weibdeh

View of Jabal Al Weibdeh

This neighborhood is a bohemian, hipster area that is well worth a visit. The atmosphere here feels very cozy. With a variety of cafes, painted murals, and little shops, it didn’t take long for it to be a must-see part of town for both tourists and locals.

Amman Citadel

Amman Citadel

Ariel View of Amman Citadel

Besides being one of the best spots to see sunset in Amman, the citadel is rich in history. It stands on the highest hill of Jordan’s capital. The citadel went through many construction and reconstruction phases. Today it is a landmark of Amman.

Roman Amphitheater

Roman Amphitheater,ammam

Complete view of Roman Amphitheater

Another city landmark is Roman Theater that dates back to the Roman period as the name indicates. The best time for pictures is in the morning when the sun is shining right at it. This important theater has a seating capacity of 6000 and stands as a very impressive building.

King Abdullah Mosque

King Abdullah Mosque

View of King Abdullah Mosque

This is the only mosque in Amman that welcomes non-Muslim visitors. The octagonal prayer hall is capped by a magnificent blue dome 35m in diameter, decorated with Quranic inscriptions. There is an Islam museum inside the mosque with a collection of photographs and personal effects of King Abdullah.

Rainbow Street

Rainbow Street

Colorful Umbrella @ rainbow street

This is the most pedestrian-friendly street of Amman and its proximity to some of the must-see places in town makes it desirable. You can easily spend an afternoon here so wide is the offer of cafes, shops, rooftop bars. At night the street is very lively. It is a must-visit to try to connect to the way locals live in town and be more proximate to their culture.

King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque

King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque

Front view of King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque

This is the largest mosque in Jordan. The mosque also hosts the Hashemite History Museum, just an add on to its beauty.

Qasr al-Abd

Qasr al-Abd

View of Qasr al-Abd

This is an architectural monument of a unique character in Jordan. Now all you can see is the ruins of a palace that was built between 182 and 175 BC. In the past years, the building was partially reconstructed and you can have a slight idea of what it might have been in the past.

Cave of the Seven Sleepers

Cave of the Seven Sleepers

Entrance of Cave of the Seven Sleepers

The legend of the ‘Seven Sleepers’ involves seven Christian boys who were persecuted by the Roman Emperor Trajan, then escaped to a cave and slept there for 309 years. That’s why the name of this cave in Amman that claims to be that cave told in ancient stories. A visit might be interesting for Christians to know a bit more about this legend.

The Jordan Museum

Jordan Museum

Inside Jordan Museum

If you want to get to know more about Jordan this is the place to do so as it promises to present the history and cultural heritage of the country. It has a series of beautifully designed galleries dedicated to different aspects of Jordan’s culture.

Amman is a bustling city filled with history and knowledge about the past to be shared. You can’t escape a visit to this marvelous city once in Jordan and enjoy all the beautiful places to visit in Amman.

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