Amman (also known as the Philadelphia of ancient times) is a stunning city filled with history. Your day will be enriched with a visit to see its ancient Roman ties downtown exhibiting its citadel overlooking the Roman Amphitheatre.
Temple of Hercules: Built between 162 and 166 AD, this massive structure dedicated to Hercules is larger than any of the temples in Rome.
Byzantine Church: A basilica built between the 5th and 6th centuries.
Umayyad Mosque: The remains of the Umayyad governor’s palace mosque dating from the 8th century.
Dome of the Vestibule: A modern recreation of the interior of the dome of the Umayyad Vestibule.