Amman City Tour

The Amman City tour is Jordan's capital and home to numerous historical sites;

The Citadel, the main archaeological site of the city. Learn how the Citadel, or Rabbath-Ammon, went through numerous excavations which revealed Roman, Byzantine, and early Islamic artifacts. See some of these relics in the Jordan Archaeological Museum.
The tour then takes you to a visit to the bustling downtown to the Roman Amphitheater dating back to the 2nd century and a visit to the souks if you wish. Next, the tour ends at a storybook tale of the Hashemite Royal Family and timeline of the Kingdom with a tour of the Royal Auto Museum. See the impressive collection of historic cars held at the Royal Automobile Museum. Learn of the history of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the Royal Family through the collection of their cars, acquired between the 1920's and today. Conclude the tour with a stroll through King Hussein's Gardens, and the see the largest mosque in Jordan.
Highlights of the Rainbow District:
'? Born, November 14th, 1935, the late King Hussein's birthplace.
'? The Jordan River Foundation which was first rented to the British and used as a police station and school, now a villa used for shops and a craft center.
'? The Royal Film Commission bringing Hollywood to Jordan.
The newly renovated Rainbow District is a charming area featuring quaint caf'?s, book stores, galleries, shops, and boutiques.

Amman City Tour includes
'? Entrance to the Citadel
'? Round trip transportation from your Hotel in Amman
'? Entrance to the Roman Amphitheater
Visit the newly renovated Rainbow District is a charming area featuring quaint cafes, book stores, galleries, shops, and boutiques.
*Additional fee from the Dead Sea Hotel areas
**Fridays, enjoy the Souk Jara, Flea Market opened from May to September, check with your Friendly Monaco Business Development representative.

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