Amman Hotel – Amman City – Jerash – Amman Hotel
Morning time pick up at the lobby of your Amman Hotel. Start your day with glimpse of downtown Amman, you visit Citadel, where you can see the ruins from Roman through early Islamic. The Citadel was occupied as early as the Neolithic period and during 1800 BC. The name Amman comes from the “Rabbath Ammon” or Great City of the Ammonites who settled in the region sometime after 1200 BC. Continue to Roman Theatre, it was built during the reign of Antonius Pius and could seat about 6,000 people, it was divided into 3 horizontal sections. Side entrances existed at ground level, one leading to the orchestra and the other to the stage. Rooms behind these entrances are now house of Jordan Museum of Popular traditions and Amman Folklore Museum. Next is the Royal Automobile museum, it houses the large and unique car collection of late King Bin Talal, the 5210m museum has an entrance hall for the reception and orientation, library, auditorium with four exhibition halls. Leave Amman and drive 50 kms to Jerash also called Gerasa, a well preserved Roman provincial town in the Middle East. Here you can see remains of colonnaded streets, theatres, plazas, arches and baths. Jerash also preserves a subtle blend of east and west, architecture, religion and languages reflect a process by which two powerful cultures meshed and coexisted. Transfer back to Amman Hotel.
Rates per person in USD
Valid until 31 Dec 2017
|Number of persons||Rates|
|1 person||US$ 196|
|2 persons||US$ 118 per person|
|3 persons||US$ 111 per person|
|4 persons||US$ 95 per person|
|5 persons||US$ 85 per person|
|6 persons||US$ 75 per person|
- Private transfers in a new a/c vehicle with English speaking driver.
- Entrance fee to mentioned sites.
- English speaking spot guide in Jerash for 1 hr.
- Travel insurance.
- Meals and beverages.
- Personal expenses.