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Hotels in Jordan

Hotels in Jordan

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Languages

South Levantine Arabic

Currency

Jordanian Dinar

Local Time

2 hours ahead of UK Time

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In the north of Jordan, Irbid is ideal for young groups. The lively city has a large student population that gives Irbid a colourful, fun feel. If you’re looking for ancient artefacts, head to Jerash. The ruined city, 50 minutes south of Irbid, boasts some of the finest Roman structures in the world, from ancient temples to Byzantine churches to towering colonnades.To the West, you’ll find the world-famous Dead Sea. Luxurious resorts line the salty lake, which sits on the Jordan–Israel border, and are filled with travellers keen to soak up the Dead Sea’s health benefits. The ancient city of Madaba is an hour’s drive east and offers sights such as a grand gold-gilded mosque, Byzantine artwork and Roman ruins dotted across the town. Experience modern, residential Jordan in Zarqa, where you’ll find alleys crammed with bazaars, markets and tearooms.Jordan’s capital, Amman, is a thriving metropolis. The centre is bustling with bazaars, while Abdali is home to leafy streets and fashionable cafés. South of Amman are the ruins of Shobak, which border the lush Dana nature reserve. Further down, you’ll find Jordan’s jewel – the Rose City of Petra. Squeeze through Al Siq canyon to find unbelievable temples and tombs that were carved into the rich, red rock back in 300 BC.At Jordan’s southern tip lies Wadi Rum, a vast sun-scorched area that served as the backdrop in Lawrence of Arabia. Nearby Aqaba opens out onto the Red Sea and is ideal for those seeking a traditional beach holiday (with just a sprinkling of ancient ruins).

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