CHEAP FLIGHTS TO AMMAN
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As the capital of Jordan, Amman is littered with culture, which dates back 5500 years. Its biggest draw however is its location on the Red Sea as well as the easy access to Petra. Book cheap flights to Amman now with flynas.
Eating Out in Amman
If you’re looking for traditional eateries then try Hashem, King Abdullah II ate here. It’s located on
Al Amir Mohammed Street. As well Fakhr El-Din serves up traditional Arabic food. However if you’re
looking for something more modern try Oobe at the Al Qasr Hotel and Romero, Amman’s oldest
Italian restaurant. During the day Rainbow Street is great for cafes.
There is a good selection of hotels in Amman, from budget accommodation right up to 5-star
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Weather in Amman
While it’s hot and dry during summer, the winter rains tend to cool the city down. There’s also
snowfall a few times a year. The best time to visit however is during spring when the weather is
cooler and the flowers are in bloom.
Events in Amman
Amman hosts a number of events including the Jordan Car Show (April), Dum Tak Festival (May),
Amman Citadel Festival (August), Demencia Music Festival (August), Art Week Amman (September),
Welcome to As-Salt Festival (October) and Sky Dive Jordan (November).
Transport To and From the Amman Airport
flynas arrives into Terminal 2 at the Queen Alia International Airport, which is located 45 minutes
from the city centre. Once you’re on the ground the best modes of transport are taxis, bus and cars
Metred taxis are readily available 24 hours a day however after midnight metres are not required
to be in use, so insist on a metre at all times to avoid paying an inflated price. Taxis from the airport
should cost 20 Jordanian Dinars ($28).
Buses are also located outside Terminal 2, and leave every 60 minutes 24 hours a day except
between midnight and 6am when they run every two hours. Bus tickets cost JOD3 ($4).