Matthew Teller, author of the Rough Guide to Jordan and obviously an expert on all things Jordan guides us through the streets of Amman. Click here to read the full article
Gail Simmonds writes a very similar article to the one above but it’s well worth a read
It's not Amman but for a short time Salt used to be the capital of Jordan. Salt is also very close to Amman and well worth a visit. Click here for Fraser Balaam’s article
Watch our favourite video on Amman, produced by BeAmman. Let us introduce Amman to your clients!
Let’s be honest Amman is not the prettiest city in the world, nor the oldest and it’s hard to compare Amman to Istanbul, Damascus ( let’s hope it retains its atmosphere and glory once Syria is back on track) Jerusalem or Beirut, but it is a vibrant living capital city and one of the friendliest in the world. We love our home town of Amman and believe every one of your clients should spend time getting to know it. We have started to include more of Amman in our itineraries especially the great galleries, cool coffee shops and fantastic street food, which all adds up to giving people a great Jordanian experience. Check out BeAmman and find out what some of the international journalists think about Amman.