Welcome to Amman

It is the capital and largest city in Jordan as well as the country’s political, cultural and commercial center. The city is ready to receive all kinds of tourists and has a lot to offer, one can find luxury residential apartments, hotels, youth hostels, spas, museums, beautiful parks, and it is easy to get around the city since taxi drivers speak at least 3 languages and are always eager to help. Most businesses are open every day except Friday, which is the official weekly holiday but they take a noon break for a couple of hours. Amman’s residential districts, trendy cafés & bars, and impressive art galleries will entertain you and make you want to stay. For the food lovers, Amman is a paradise. You’ll find the bright vegetables from Lebanon, crunchy falafels from Syria, juicy kebabs from Egypt, spices from all over the Mediterranean Sea and the Arabian peninsula brought to your table.
Come discover Amman – a modern Arab city, embracing an international and culturally diverse vision of the future.

Top Amman Attractions

Amman Citadel – The Amman Citadel is a national historic site towering above downtown Amman. The site of the earliest fortification excavations revealed remains from the Middle Bronze Age (2nd mill. BC), the Iron Age (8th century BC), Hellenistic (2nd century BC) and late Roman to Arab Islamic Ages. The most impressive building of the Citadel, known as al-Qasr, dates back to the Islamic Umayyad period and it includes a monumental gateway, an audience hall and four vaulted chambers.

Wakalat Street – Wakalat Street is Amman’s first pedestrian street. It is one Amman’s most vibrant and popular shopping districts with big western stores for mostly clothes, furniture and sport. If it’s shopping you’re after, this street has a variety of international brand names to choose from.

Roman theatre – Built under Emperor Antoninus Pius (138-161 AD), the restored RomanTheatre is one of the most impressive remnants of Roman Philadelphia, and is the highlight of Amman for most foreign visitors (It is still in use for cultural events). A trip to the theatre takes to back in the past in the Roman Era, cut into the steep hillside, the theater provided seating for 6,000 spectators. Visitors are able to climb the structure and  In fact.

Jabal Amman – Jabal Amman is one of the seven hills that originally made up Amman and nowadays It is rapidly becoming a cultural hub and has a growing bohemian atmosphere. The neighbourhood is a network of narrow winding streets interconnected with paths and steps filled with restaurants, cafes and outdoor markets. Jabal Amman’s cobblestone-covered Rainbow Street, in particular, is a must-visit. Less than a mile long (1.5 km), it offers spectacular views of the Old City. Cafes, art galleries, trendy eateries and shisha bars line the street, along with the former homes of Jordan’s old aristocratic families.

Welcome to Dusseldorf

Düsseldorf is a university town and a center of art and fashion. This old electoral capital is also a city of wide streets lined by elegant shops, with a ring of parks and gardens encircling its vibrant downtown area. Known as an important cultural center, the city boasts dozens of museums and in excess of 100 art galleries encompassing everything from internationally renowned facilities such as the impressive Art Collection North Rhine-Westphalia to the smaller installations found in the city’s trendy Königsallee area. Its location on the Rhine along with its numerous wide squares and wonderful riverside walkways makes it a particularly pleasant place to spend time.

Top Dusseldorf Attractions

Visit Konigssallee Düsseldorf’s most elegant shopping street is Königsallee, affectionately known to locals as the “Kö.” Comparable to Avenue Montaigne in Paris, this long stretch of high-end real estate was laid out in 1802 and continues to draw the crowds with its eclectic mix of exclusive boutiques, luxury shopping arcades and art galleries, as well as numerous restaurants and cafés.

 Visit the embankment promenade whose long pedestrian route gives the city a distinctly Mediterranean flavor, lined as it is by cafés, restaurants, galleries, and shops on one side, and the mighty Rhine on the other.

The old Town Of Dusseldorf Düsseldorf’s Old Town (Altstadt) remains remarkably well preserved and should be included on your list of must-see attractions.  over here is were there is the SchiffahrtsMuseum, one of Germany’s best (and oldest) marine museums with fascinating exhibits on the history of shipbuilding and trade.

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