Flights to Amman (AMM)

Flights to Amman transport you to one of the Middle East’s friendliest cities. It offers both historical sites and high-end hotels.
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Amman, Jordan

What to do in Amman

Hang out at books@Café

books@Café was Jordan’s first ever Internet cafe when it opened in 1997. Today it’s a thriving coffee shop, performance space and bookshop all in one. This colourful establishment has a reputation for attracting the city’s cool crowd – pick a sofa or a spot on the terrace and people watch to your heart’s content.

Building 12
Omar Bin Khatab Street
Jabal Amman
+962 6465 0457

Shop at Al-Aydi Craft Center

For the perfect keepsake of your trip to Amman, browse the stalls at the Al Aydi Craft Center. Also known as the Jordan Craft Center, it’s a superb spot to shop for Bedouin crafts. As an added bonus all the profits go to the local people, who create everything from textiles to homeware.

2nd Circle
Jabal Amman
Talaat Harb Street 1
+962 6464 4555

Take a daytrip to Jerash

Amman makes a great base for exploring the rest of Jordan. For a lot of travellers, the biggest draw is the Unesco World Heritage Site of Petra. The ancient cave city, which featured in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, is a three-hour drive from the centre. If you’re short on time, check out the Roman city of Jesrah, which is closer.

The Archaeological Site of Jerash
Off Highway 35
Al Mafraq

Visit the Darat Al Funun

Be sure to check out the Khalid Shoman Foundation’s Darat Al Funun, a famous gallery filled with works by leading Arab artists. Next, stop by The Royal Automobile Museum to see the extravagant private car collection of the late King Hussein.

Nadeem Al Mallah Street 13
Jabal al Weibdeh
+962 6464 3251

Explore Jebel Al Weibdeh

Jebel Al Weibdeh is one of the oldest and greenest districts in Amman. Its white stone buildings and small boutiques offer respite from the modern city. Jebel Al Weibdeh has a beautiful view of the Amman Citadel lit up at night. The Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts is a good starting point.

Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts
Hosni Fareez Street Luzmilla Hospital
+962 6 463 0128

Where to eat in Amman

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Beit Sitti (Middle Eastern)

Literally translated as ‘my grandmother’s house’, Beit Sitti is one of Amman’s most innovative restaurants. Guests cook their own meal under supervision of the chefs and get a unique insight into Jordanian cooking and culture within a beautiful townhouse.

Mohammad Ali Al Saadi Street
Jebel Al Weibdeh
+962 7775 57744

Fakhr El-Din (Lebanese)

Fakhr El-Din serves fine Arabic cuisine in an elegant and authentic Jordanian home. It’s popular with locals and tourists, so make sure to book ahead. The service is excellent and the outdoor terrace is the perfect place to while away the warm evenings.

2nd Circle
+962 6465 2399

Il Terrazzo (Italian)

This popular restaurant in the Amman Marriott Hotel serves authentic Italian cuisine in a warm atmosphere. All the classics are here, from creamy risotto to indulgent tiramisu. The lunch special is particularly good value.

Amman Marriott Hotel
Issam Al Ajlouni Street
+962 6 560 7607

Levant (Jordanian)

An amazing array of Middle Eastern and Armenian cuisine is served up at Levant, a beautiful restaurant with a garden in Amman’s 3rd Circle. The menu is very seafood-focused – try the Fish Moghrabieh, a traditional dish served with a type of couscous. The desserts are worth indulging in too.

Jabal Amman 3rd Circle
Behind Le Royal Hotel
Ar Radwan
+926 6462 8948

Wild Jordan Cafe (Jordanian)

A modern building overlooking the historic part of the city, this cafe offers fantastic organic food and coffee. There are also souvenirs such as handcrafted silver, ceramics and books made by local people on sale.

Wild Jordan Center
Othan Bin Afan Street 36
1st Circle
+962 6463 3542

Abu Jbara (Middle Eastern)

Boasting some of the best falafel and hummus in Amman, Abu Jbara serves up no-frills, hearty and flavoursome local cuisine. The affordable menu and generous portions mean you can eat like a king in this bright and friendly restaurant without blowing your budget.

Al Madina al Monawwara Street
+962 6554 4150

Places to stay in Amman

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Century Park Hotel

With views over the city from its panoramic terrace and outdoor pool, Century Park Hotel is the perfect place to relax within the diplomatic district. Traditional cuisine is served at the hotel’s restaurant, while there are tennis courts on site.

Tunis Street 10
+962 6 568 0090

Four Seasons Amman

This beautiful 192-room hotel in the heart of the capital provides all the unparalleled luxury and impeccable service you’d expect from the Four Seasons brand. The rooms are bright and spacious, and the hotel’s position on a hilltop affords stunning views of Amman.

5th Circle
Al-Kindi Street
+962 6 550 5555

Hotel Hisham

Located in the opulent, leafy embassy district, the rooms in Hotel Hisham are comfortable and relaxed, with personal touches that make it one of the most homely hotels in Amman. A short walk from the city centre, its outdoor courtyards are perfect for dinner.

Abou Firas Al Hamadani Street
3rd Circle
+962 6464 4028

The Heritage House

Bring some authentic Jordanian flavour to your stay in Amman at The Heritage House hotel. A short walk from the Roman Amphitheatre and Amman Citadel, this boutique hotel offers self-catered apartments and studios to its guests.

Building 2
2901 Rainbow Street
1st Circle
+962 6464 3111
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Articles from Open Skies

AmmanAs one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Middle East, Emirates has been flying to Amman for 28 years, but there is still no shortage of things to see and do in Jordan’s capital city. Tourists come from far and wide to experience Jordan’s world-renowned attractions such as Petra and the Dead Sea, but the capital has just as much to offer, from archaeological sites to the vast array of culinary delights offered at its many restaurants