Full Day Amman City TourFull Day Amman City Tour

Full Day Amman City Tour
 

Full Day Amman City Tour

$ 215

Are you looking for Amman City Tour? Enjoy our Amman Full Day City Tour to have the chance to spend your time visiting Amman's must see City sightseeing like Amman Museum, Citadel and the Roman Amphitheater then experience Amman's downtown walk and shopping.

  • Rate is per person in U$ Dollars based on min 2 participants

Includes:

 
  • Pick up from your hotel in Amman and back
  • All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle
  • Private English Speaking Guide
  • English speaking driver 
  • Entrance fees to mentioned sites
  • Lunch at a Luxurious Local restaurant 
  • Service charges and taxes
  • Mineral Water

Exclude:

 
  • Any extras not mentioned above
  • Tipping
Full Day Amman City Tour

Day 1

Your Tour Manager will pick you up from your Hotel in Amman to start your full Day City Tour in Amman, Jordan. Start your Amman City sightseeing with a visit to the King Abdulla Mosque which was completed in 1989 as a memorial by the late King Hussein to his grandfather. The unmistakable blue-domed Mosque can house up to 7000 worshippers inside. This is the only Mosque in Amman that openly welcomes non-Muslim visitors. Then pay a visit to the Amman Citadel located 132 meters above the level of the City Centre. South of the castle we can still see the ruins of Hercules temple. Also there is Umayyad palace. The adventure continues then with exploring the Roman Amphitheater which is considered one of the largest in the Middle East. Its construction dates back to the beginning of the second Century AD. Then take a walk in Amman's downtown markets and City center before heading to the Archaeological Museum and Darat al Fnoun which aims to provide a platform for the visual arts from the Arab World. Back to your Hotel in Amman. Duration is about 8 Hours.

Your Tour Manager will pick you up from your Hotel in Amman to start your full Day City Tour in Amman, Jordan. Start your Amman City sightseeing with a visit to the King Abdulla Mosque which was completed in 1989 as a memorial by the late King Hussein to his grandfat...more