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Embark on this Amman city tour and start first at Amman citadel –also known as Jebel AlQalaea- the most famous and well know spot of city. The Citadel is one of seven mounts occupy the capital city of Amman which has many parts dated back to the B.C periods, besides temple of great Hercules, Ayyubaid watching tower, and the great hand statue.
Next, you will visit the circle-half shaped roman theatre which dated back to ancient Roman times and was used to be used for concerts and musical shows. Theatre is up to 6000 persons and is still used until today for the same purpose. After that visit the Archeological museum which houses ancient valuable objects and artifacts from ancient eras
Continue onwards for 45 minutes from Amman to the salt tour portion of your excursion. Upon arrival you will walk along the famous street of Hammam which dated back to mid-ages where you can explore old parts of city which are distinguished of houses with long-arched windows reputed of being finest models of merchant houses in the region. After the historical tour, enjoy a comfortable drive back to Amman.
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Your travel buddy Jordan Daily Tours provide one of the most comprehensive and experienced range of Day tours and services and cater to individuals as well as groups who are interested in exploring unique travel experiences offered by Jordan. Remember to take away only photographs and memories and leave only your footprints in a land that time forgot! The Jordanians are keen to treat you with their special brand of hospitality when you visit them.
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