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4.4/5
89 Reviews
Historical Site
_GG***42I cannot stress this enough, this place is beyond magical and it is larger than life itself. Once there was a very large community living here and this whole city have a lot of invention that until today remains relevant. Nothing much is written about the Nabatean civilisation here and you can hire a guide when you buy a ticket but i don’t think it is worth doing so because nothing they share is worth while ( not to mention if you can hardly understand their English, ) better to hire a proper guide from the city or make prior arrangement with a true history lover.
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110 Reviews
Historical Site
M29***01Very nice to walk around, visit the museum and see the sunset from there. At night the lights turn on and is very beautiful.
4.7/5
39 Reviews
Theater
Dr. Nidi have been there many times. it is so wonderful place specially in the summer. many secrets in that theater only the guide can let you know about it! for example there is a communication channel build into the theater to enable talking between diiferent places in the theater! even it is an ancient theater but has excellet design touches!
4.5/5
30 Reviews
Historical Site
Churches and Cathedrals
NekairEnter Petra at 2 o'clock, walk to the monastery and then return, it was completely dark when I left the gate. The monastery may not be that far, but it is all mountain roads, so tired, walking through the Royal Mile? I forgot whether it was called this name, anyway, it was the street in front of the royal tomb, and then I started climbing. It’s really enjoyable up and down. I regretted it 100 times along the way. I wanted to return and felt unwilling. When it finally arrived, Bedouins came up to congratulate us and said "you made it" to me. I sold the donkey to me a few hours ago, but I refused. Fortunately, we are here, so let's be a sigh of relief for ourselves!
4.5/5
71 Reviews
Ancient Trail
Historical Site
欲飞的鸟[Snake Road] is a winding passage in the ancient city of Petra, so it is called "snake road". The starting point is at the mountain gate of the ancient city, and the ending point is at the Nizni Temple, which is nearly two kilometers long. The snake path is formed by cracks in the valley nearly a hundred meters high. The wide part is like a small square; the narrowest part can only be squeezed by a carriage; walking in it, the scenery changes endlessly, which makes people sigh the wonders of nature and envy Petra People’s good fortune can actually find such a natural shelter. On both sides of the snake path, there are fortifications, water supply channels, carved statues and altars, which make people stop and watch from time to time...
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26 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Dr. NidIt is a great place, ancient and full of historical buildings. while walking you feel the culture of the country and the friendly people. Jordanians are truly kind and friendly people!

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Hashemite SquareAmman,Jordan

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Darat al-FununAmman,Jordan

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Jordanian Museum of Popular TraditionAmman,Jordan

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Petra MuseumPetra,Jordan

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Abu Jaber Museum,Jordan

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Museum of Jordanian Heritage,Jordan

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About Jordan

Jordan is an oasis of stability in an often troubled region. Bordering Israel and Palestine, Syria, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia, Jordan occupies an unenviable position in the Middle East. In the capital Amman, visitors can tour the ancient Roman Amphitheater or visit the magnificent King Abdullah Mosque. The Royal Automobile Museum is also popular. To the west is the Dead Sea and the Ma'in Hot Springs. In the south, you will find the world-famous archeological ruins at Petra, which featured in the 1989 film "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade." Finally, venture into the harsh desert valley at Wadi Rum to see Jordan’s spectacular landscapes.

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