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Février 2020

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Amman en Jordanie

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Février 2020

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Jet off to Amman, the capital of Jordan

Enjoy a history-filled holiday with lots to discover.

As a city of contrasts, Amman is located to the North-West of Jordan, between the Dead Sea and the desert. Founded over 9,000 years ago, it is a true delight to visit for anyone who love archaeological vestiges. From up top its 7 hills - known as the Jabals - the white city of Amman will no doubt fascinate you with its warm and welcoming culture, halfway between tradition and modernity.

Preparing your trip to Amman

You will need a passport valid at least 6 months after your return date. A visa is mandatory, regardless of how long you are staying for. Please note: For certain nationals, including those of France, visas can be obtained upon arriving in Jordan.

A visa is mandatory to stay in Jordan, except for citizens of the following countries:

  • For stays lasting less than 30 days: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Syria, Yemen
  • For stays lasting less than 90 days: Lebanon, Turkey

 

Upon landing at the airport in Amman, you will find many exchange bureaus to change your money into local Jordanian Dinars (JOD): 1 Euro = 0.79 JOD. The AJIB and Global Exchange offices are open 24/7. Each terminal also has several ATMs.

Several car rental agencies are available on the airport’s 1st floor: Budget, Hertz, Europcar, Payless, Avis, National Alamo and Thirfy.

Before boarding your return flight back from Amman, you can enjoy the many services available within Queen-Alia airport.

Have a nice break in one of the restaurants, located in each terminal: World News Cafes, McDonald’s, Kalha, Starbucks, Popeyes, etc.

There are also lots of Duty Free shops to buy all your souvenirs in, located in the departure and arrival halls (fashion, accessories, jewellery, etc.).

Your younger passengers, baby changing and play areas are also available.

Amman’s airport does not have any lockers or luggage storage facilities.

Just 18 miles North of the airport lies the city of Amman, accessible thanks to an express bus line commonly known as “Sariya”. Departures are every 30 minutes from 6.30 am to 6 pm, then once an hour from 6 pm to midnight. The journey from the airport to Tabarbour station in Amman will take between 45 minutes and 1h. The bus leaves outside Terminal 2 North. Price: 2.50 JOD, so just over €3.

Taxis are also available 24/7 outside each arrival terminal. The journey will last about 45 minutes, and the average price is 22 JOD, so about €28. We recommend setting a price with the driver before beginning the journey.

Airline list

All airlines flying to Amman

5 reasons to go to Amman

Cité antique Petra en Jordanie

Make the most of an excursion to Petra, Jordan’s local gem

Between vertiginous landscapes and vestiges of the past, the mythical city of Petra will welcome you with open arms! Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it used to be a strategic crossroads between Arabia, Egypt and Syria. This gem, located less than 155 miles away from Amman, will open you with open arms whether you travel there by jet bus (departure 6.30 am - return 4 pm) or by car for a perfectly enchanting excursion.

Le Temple de Hercules à Amman en Jordanie

Appreciating Amman’s beauty from the Jabal al-Qal’a citadel

As a vestige of Amman’s antiquity, Jabal al-Qal’a is one of the city’s 7 hills. Amman’s Citadel is an open-air archaeological museum, helping you understand the capital’s historical heritage. You can visit Hercules’ Temple, built by Marcus Aurelius in the 2nd century after J.C., as well as the ruins of Umayyad Palace, erected in the 8th century.

Souk de Amman en Jordanie

Fill up on spices in Amman’s old souk

Lying at the foot of the 7 hills, head to the Jara souk right in the centre of Amman. This is a must-do, held every Friday morning! You can find traditionally-crafted objects, jewellery, local produce, soaps and spices - perfect for getting a few souvenirs and packing your suitcase full of new flavours.

Mer morte Amman Jordanie

Admire the Red Sea’s seabed in Aqaba

Aqaba is a charming little seaside resort, and a true haven for travellers wishing to discover the Italian dolce vita lifestyle. Located right by the Red Sea, you can enjoy the many water sports and deep-sea diving available there! The Yamanieh coral reef in Aqaba’s Gulf is quite simply one of the best deep-sea diving spots in the world. Dive in and open your eyes to a whole new world, gazing out at multi-coloured fish, coral reefs and other spectacular underwater riches.

Désert de Wadi Rum à Amman en Jordanie

Taking selfies in the Wadi Rum desert

To the South of the country lies Wadi Rum desert, a must-do when travelling to Jordan on holiday. Far from being monotonous with sand and dunes as far as the eye can see, it offers varied and quite simply breathtaking landscapes. Just for a day or for several days’ camping, Wadi Rum will be a delight for hiking enthusiasts. From Jabal Um Ishrin to the Burdah rock bridge, stopping off in Khazali canyon, prepare for the most amazing selfies you have ever taken!