The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a rather young country, but it’s dense with history, as a well traveled bridge between sea and desert, East and West.

Formerly the Amminite Capital of Rabbath- Ammon and later the Greek-Roman City of Philadelphia, Amman has been the Capital since 1921. Therefore, you have various stories, from various historical eras to discover.

One has to visit the citadel, the old souk, and the Roman theatre in the heart of the city, for Islamic Art lovers, you have the Jordan National Gallery to visit.

Let us escape the city to hunt for history, civilization and more adventure in Jerash, where every summer, the dramatic surrounding of the Jerash ruins host the Jerash Festival, bringing to life Folklore dances, concerts, plays and poetry competitions.

Going deeper through history, Pella, the Greek-Roman City of Alexander the Great, to one of Decapolis, Umm Qais, to Mount Nebo where we can find the presumed site of Moses’s Death and Burial Place. We cannot ignore prominent destinations such as “the Dead Sea and the Jordan River” , “Kerak”, “Petra”, “Wadi Rum”, “Aqaba”, the “Desert Castles” where you must come and experience another dimension of History, Culture, Civilization, and be inspired by its magical energy.

The must-see places in Jordan

  • Amman
    The Ancient & Modern Capital of Jordan, known as the city of Constrasts.
  • Jerash
    Graeco-Roman city, One of the Decapolis. Jerash is known as POMPEII of the East for its extraordinary state of preservation.
  • Umm Qais
    One of the Decapolis, known in Antiquity as GADARA, where the house of the Ottoman governor has been restored and opened as a museum.
  • Madaba
    One of the most memorable places in the Holy Land. Best known for its spectacular Byzantine mosaics, Madaba is home to the famous 6th century.
  • Aqaba
    Small, Calm city with a unique atmosphere of warmness all year around.
  • Ajloun
    Ajloun is the capital town of the Ajloun Governorate. It is noted for its impressive ruins of the 12th-century Ajlun Castle.
  • Kerak
    Kerak is a city in Jordan known for its Crusader castle, the Kerak Castle. The castle is one of the three largest castles in the region.
  • Petra
    Petra is an archaeological city. Petra is believed to have been settled as early as 9,000 BC.
  • Wadi Rum
    Wadi Rum is a valley cut into the sandstone and granite rock. It is the largest wadi in Jordan.
  • Mount Nebo
    Mount Nebo is an elevated ridge in Jordan, mentioned in the Hebrew Bible.
  • Dead Sea
    The Dead Sea is a salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel and Palestine to the west. The Dead Sea is the world's saltiest bodies of water.
  • Bethany
    Situated in a pristine natural environment the site is believed to be the location where Jesus of Nazareth was baptized by John the Baptist.

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