- Private evening tour of central Amman
- Stroll through the traditional souks
- Get a feel for daily life as you pass by the city’s pubs, coffee shops and white stone houses
- See the beautiful Raghadan Palace
- Enjoy a Middle Eastern dinner of meza cuisine (included)
- Private tour provides more personalized experience
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What You Can Expect
Continue to the other side of the city for a glimpse of where some Amman locals live and hang out. Admire beautiful houses made of white stones in the upper-class area of Abdoun, and pass by local pubs, diverse restaurants and discotheques. See the contrast in the city’s infrastructure and lifestyle from the old and traditional to new and contemporary.
After your tour, head to one of the best restaurants in central Amman for a dinner of delicious Middle Eastern cuisine. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience a piece of Arabic culture – food! Your dinner consists of various meza dishes, including various Arabic salads and a selection of tasty barbecued meat dishes.
This is a private tour so please list any special interests you have (art, architecture, history, culture) at time of booking to alert your guide, who will be able to better prepare for your private tour.
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Our driver was on time and picked us up from the hotel to take us around the city. He was immensely friendly and knowledgeable. We went to the Citadel at sunset, then headed to view the Roman Amphitheatre from a high point in the city.
We were then taken for a trip through Downtown Amman before heading to a restaurant for dinner. The reason this tour misses a star is because the restaurant's service was a bit of a let-down and the staff were not that friendly or welcoming.
Interesting tour. My wife and I are pretty spontaneous and this seemed like a unique twist on a basic tour. We were picked up on time from our hotel and driven via private car around Amman. We found out that our guide was actually not a tour guide, but rather the brother of the owner of the car and simply doing him a favor by driving us around the city. It felt more like a friend showing us around his city. Not much structure or history provided but this was fine with us. The dinner was absolutely fantastic. I advise you to skip lunch because there is a ton of amazing food. We also asked to start the tour at 5pm instead of 6pm because we wanted to see some of the sights during daylight. The Citadel was closing when we arrived but we were able to talk our way in for some beautiful pictures. Most of the remainder of the tour was driving around the upscale areas of Amman. I do not recall seeing the Radhadan palace but I may have forgotten. If you are interested in a laid back "tour" of the city with some great food, this would be good for you.