Amman is the capital city of Jordan and is one of the most westernized cities in Middle east. This historic city serves as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Jordan, a beautiful mix of ancient ruins with a modern, cosmopolitan vibe.
Amman is a unique blend of old and new. An ancient city whose history spans a couple of millennia, the city is loaded with global and national history around every corner, a testament to the glorious past of the area. The Amman Citadel and the massive Roman theater are sure to take your breath away while leaving you captivated with their magnificence and still-standing structures, carefully preserved through the eras gone by. In the commercial heart of the city, there are state of the art buildings, restaurants, art galleries, museums and cafes. All of these co-exist comfortably with traditional coffee shops, outdoor markets, stalls and artisan workshops. The people of Amman are known for being extremely hospitable to tourists, and it is a city to visit for those who are interested in history with a modern touch. As the largest city of Jordan, you will find not just Jordanians here, but a beautiful mix of Palestinians, Armenians, Iraqis, Syrians and many other cultures, all living together harmoniously in this exciting city. The cosmopolitan population of the city also entitles it to having one of the best nightlifes in the Middle-east, as well as a delicious range of global cuisine to spoil you for choice during your visit.
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