Throughout history, Jordan has served as a crossroads for trade, peoples, and cultures, connecting the East and the West. Amman, the country’s capital city, is historically significant for many of its early civilizations and the Biblical sites surrounding the city. Today, its new leafy residential districts, cafes, bars, modern malls and art galleries blend perfectly with the enchanting old, making the city one of the must-see destinations in the Middle East.
The capital city, Amman, is situated on a hilly area in the north of Jordan, thirty minutes from the Dead Sea and the Jordan River.
Summers in Amman last from May to September and are hot and dry with cool evenings. December and January are the coldest months with an average temperature of 10°C. Spring is brief, lasting from April to May and mild, occasionally even experiencing snowfall. Autumn is also mild and lasts from September to late November or December.
Flying time from Muscat : 4 Hours 15 Minutes
GMT + 2 Hours