Private Amman Tour: King Abdullah Mosque, Roman Theater, and Citadel from Dead Sea
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Private Amman Tour: King Abdullah Mosque, Roman Theater, and Citadel from Dead Sea
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Private Amman Tour: King Abdullah Mosque, Roman Theater, and Citadel from Dead Sea

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You will be picked up from your Dead Sea hotel for a panoramic visit of the city of Amman during the day. Amman is a city enriched with glamour of the past and the present. Visit Amman's downtown market and city center: its traditional souk, coffee shops, and restaurants selling local food and sweets. We will drive through its mosques, churches; amongst other popular places. Amman is also the ancient city of Philadelphia; we will visit King Abdullah Mosque and the Coptic Church in front of it, the Roman Theater with its Popular Traditional Museum, and the Citadel with its Archeological Museum with local guide.

You will proceed to Rainbow Street filled with its original shops and coffee shops in the old district of Amman at the first circle. Then drive to the other side of the modern city: Swefieh and Abdoun. We will be familiar with the contrast in infrastructure and life style from the old and traditional to the new and modern. Amman also has new malls like Taj Mall, and Galleria Mall.Upgrade to include an authentic Mezza lunch where clients can enjoy lunching in one of Amman local restaurants (Arabic Meza Meal without water and drinks).
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  • Hotel pick-up and drop -off
  • Private transfer by air-conditioned vehicle
  • English-speaking driver
  • Local English-speaking guide at Citadel only
  • Entry/Admission - National Archaeological Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Roman Amphitheater
  • Entry/Admission - The Citadel
Not included
  • Local guide where not mentioned
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Entrance fees to additional sites
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities
  • Cover dress at the Mosque (USD $5 per person)
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • No refund for any unused services by the clients.
  • The order of visits may vary respecting the content.
  • Dress code at the Mosque – Women should wear attire covering their arms and legs and should cover their head with scarf. Men should wear normal shirt and trousers.
  • Most local tourist restaurants in Jordan are non-alcoholic.
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