Jordan Attractions

Jordan attractions will provide you with all of the information you need about Jordan's historical sites. Many of the exciting tourist attractions in Jordan, as well as travel guides for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

Historical Places in Jordan

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Petra | The Rose Red City

Petra is an archaeological and historical city located in the governorate of Ma'an in the southern Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. It is famous for its hand-carved pink sandstone architecture in the high desert of Jordan some 2,000 years ago and its ancient aqueduct system. In the past, it was called "Sila" and was called "The Red Pink City" because of the colors of its twisted rocks.

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Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum Desert in Jordan

Wadi Rum is called the Valley of the Moon, and it is the largest valley in Jordan, and the word Rum means in Arabic language as the Valley of Sand. It is one of the rarest natural landscapes in Jordan, as it is characterized by granite and sandstone rocks over the valley. It is full of red sand, but suffers little rainfall and as such is one of the arid regions.

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Amman Jordan

Amman City | Capital of the Jordanian Kingdom

Amman, the capital of Jordan is a fascinating, historic and modern city of contrasts that lie between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley. The city is unique and rich. The city's shopping centre, with traditional cafés or small artisan shops, coexists with modern buildings, hotels, luxurious restaurants, art galleries and boutiques.

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Madaba Jordan

Madaba | Jordan Attractions

Madaba is a mixture of rural life and a popular tourist destination. The cultural heartland of Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics is Madaba, also known as the "City of Mosaics." Visitors are just a few steps from the capital by a stone's throw from sacred temples with religious iconography.

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Jerash Jordan

Jerash | Jordan Attractions

Jerash is a fascinating combination of Greco-Roman and Eastern influences. Jerash is a beautiful place to visit in spring with its magnificent hills and greenery. It has a particular rhythm that you won't find in Jordan anywhere else. Jerash also hosts a three-week summer program featuring folk dances, music and theatre, Jerash Festival of Culture and Art every year.

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Mount Nebo Jordan

Mount Nebo | Jordan Attractions

The site of Moses' first sighting, as well as his death and burial, is mount Nebo, which is only ten kilometers from Madaba. Mount Nebo. Naturally, it has a very special atmosphere. Cairo Top Tours is here to help you learn more.

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Mukawir | City of Machaerus | Jordan Attractions

Mukawir | City of Machaerus

Mukawir is a place where Herod builds up towers at 90 metres high around the crests and builds walls at the corners. He built a building at the centre of this fence in size and beauty that carried your breath away. That was the renowned historian of the 1st century!

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Dead Sea Jordan

Dead Sea in Jordan

The Dead Sea is a natural beautiful spot for both religious and family hot sightseeing. Sunbathing can relax and Bible students can learn their favourite subjects regularly. Here beach life and biblical culture collide.

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Ajloun Castle Jordan

Ajloun Castle | Jordan Attractions

In one of the coolest and largest areas in Jordan (this snows on those sides in the winter), the mountain town of Ajloun stands at about 75 kilometres north-west of Amman and is known for its pine forests, thousand olive trees lining the mountain and numerous greenhouses and winemaking areas.

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Kerak Fortress | Karak Stronghold Jordan

Kerak Fortress | Karak Stronghold Jordan

In the old city walls, Karak is located 900 meters over sea level, an ancient Crusaders' fortification. The town still has a number of restored Ottoman houses, restaurants and lodging options for approximately 170,000 residents. However, the most prominent feature is undoubtedly the Karak Castle.

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Umm Qais | Umm Qays | Jordan Attractions

Umm Qais | Jordan Attractions

The history of Umm Qais is largely unknown on the northwest hills of Jordan and offers spectacular views on Lake Tiberias, the Yarmouk River and Golan Heights. You can learn more about the attractions of Jordan with Cairo Top Tours.

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Aqaba Jordan | Aqaba City | Aqaba Port

Aqaba Jordan | Jordan Attractions

Aqaba is a beach town full of Jordanian charm, located about four hours from the capital Amman at the southern tip of Jordan. Aqaba adds to the charm of the city of Amman and its old irrigation pools, watersports and historical atmosphere to those who want to reconsider the past.

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Baptism Site in Jordan | Bethany Beyond Jordan

Baptism Site in Jordan | Bethany | Jordan River

It has been well known from the Bible (John 1:28 and 10:40), and from the Byzantine and medievals, that Jesus was baptised in Bethany, outside Jordan. You can learn more about the roots of Jordan with Cairo Top Tours!

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Wadi Mujib

Wadi Mujib | Jordan Attractions

The Mujib Biosphere Reserve is the world's lowest nature reserve, at 410 meters below sea level and situated in the deep Mujib Valley, not far east of the Dead Sea. The reserve's spectacular landscapes stretch to the Karak and Madaba mountains in the north and south, with some areas exceeding 900 metres above sea level.

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Dana Biosphere

Dana Biosphere | Jordan Attractions

Dana is an unrivaled haven of harmony and tranquilly, as well as a treasure trove of natural wonders. It's an experience that exemplifies what it means to "return to nature." Birdlife International has designated the Dana Biosphere Reserve as an Important Bird Area.

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Wadi Bin Hammad

Wadi Bin Hammad is a tourist valley located in the southern part of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. and It's a beautiful place with amazing nature for adventure lovers.

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Wadi Musa

Wadi Musa is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in the Jordanian city of Petra and is characterized by its abundance of olive trees and With a series of high mountains

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Desert Castles

Desert Castles of Jordon is located east of Amman, between Iraq and Saudi Arabia. It is built by the Umayyads (661-750 AD) and considered the beginnings of Arab architectural civilization.

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The Baptism Site of Jesus Christ, Al-Maghtas

The Baptism Site of Jesus Christ

The World Heritage Committee of the United Nations (UNESCO) included the baptism site of Jesus, peace be upon him, in Jordan on the World Heritage List.

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Jordan Archaeological Museum

The Jordan Archaeological Museum is located on top of Citadel Mountain and in the heart of Amman and includes collections of artifacts from various locations of Jordan

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Temple of Hercules

Temple of Hercules is a historical building located within the Amman Citadel in the center of the capital and the name of the temple was dedicated to Hercules.

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Aqaba Fortress

Aqaba Fortress is also known as Mamluk Castle, this castle dates back to the end of the Mamluk era in the region, but today it has been turned into a museum. And it is located in the center of the city of Aqaba in southern Jordan, specifically on the shore of the Gulf of Aqaba.

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Royal Automobile Museum

The Royal Automobile Museum is also known as the King Hussein Car Museum. From the first moment you enter the Royal Automobile Museum, you will feel as if you have entered one of the time machines seen in science fiction films.

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Petra Museum

There are two museums in the city of Petra, the first known as the Old Petra Museum, and the second museum in the Pink City is the Nabatean Petra Museum.

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Azraq Wetland Reserve

This is one of the best places to visit in Jordan for nature lovers and bird watchers. It was established in 1978 with the aim of preserving the land and protecting migratory birds in this region.

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Al-Sharif Al-Hussein Bin Ali Mosque

Al-Sharif Al-Hussein Bin Ali Mosque in the city of Aqaba in Jordan was built in 1979 as a stop and worship station for Muslims from all nationalities of the world.

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Aqaba Bird Observatory

It receives flocks of migratory birds from Asia, Europe, and America in every migratory season. This bird observatory is open all year round, but it is best to visit this spot during fall and spring.

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Jerash Museum

This museum was established in 1923 within the vaults of the spacious courtyard of the Temple of Artemis. It houses a huge collection of glass, metals, pottery, and coins along with stones, marbles, gems, and mosaics. In the museum garden area, archaeological Latin and Greek inscriptions can be seen on the walls.

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Church of the Beheading of John the Baptist

Church of the Beheading of John the Baptist is located In the Latin Monastery in Madaba, and it is conceder one of the oldest ancient churches in the Kingdom.

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Madaba Archaeological Museum

The Madaba Archaeological Museum offers a glimpse into Madaba history through its impressive collection of stone artifacts, pottery, lamps, mosaics, and precious stones.

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