Spring and autumn are the best seasons for booking Amman flights for holidaying in the city. The spring season (April and May) and autumn (October and November) offer the most pleasant temperature as weather during these seasons is neither too warm during the day and nor too cold in the evening for sightseeing! Amman also hosts the popular Amman International Theatre Festival in the month of April. Winters during the months of December and March are cold and wet not good for enjoying sea or going for sightseeing. Though winter is the time to grab deals and discounts on hotel and cheap flights to Amman!
Queen Alia International Airport serves the city of Amman. Owned by AIG Group, and Government of Jordan, Queen Alia International Airport located in Zizya, 30 kilometres south of Amman, is Jordan's largest airport. The airport is a hub for Jordan Aviation, Petra Airlines, Royal Falcon, Royal Jordanian Airlines, and Royal Wings. Aegean Airlines, Air Arabia, British Airways, Air France, British Airways and Etihad airways provide flights to Amman from destinations including Athens, Sharjah, Paris, Dubai, Cairo, Frankfurt, Kuwait and more.Places of Interest in Amman
Amman is the capital and most populous city of Jordan. It is also a political, cultural and commercial centre of the country. The city was named as one of the MENA's best cities according to economic, labour, environmental, and socio-cultural factors. Amman is also one of the most renowned locations for the multinational companies to set up their regional offices. The city is a popular tourist destination, majorly popular among Persian Gulf tourists.Amman Citadel
Nestled on one of the seven hills known as Jabel el Qala, Amman Citadel is a national historic site lying in the centre of downtown Amman. The citadel has a long history of occupation by many great civilizations. Visitors can still find ruins here dating from Roman times to early Islamic. The major buildings at the site are the Temple of Hercules, a Byzantine church, and the Umayyad Palace.Roman Theatre
Set downhill from the Citadel and five minutes’ walk from downtown, the restored Roman Theatre is the most striking remnant of Roman Philadelphia. Housing Jordanian Museum of Popular Traditions, and Jordan Folklore Museum, the Roman Theatre can accommodate nearly 6,000 audiences, and is used for sporting and cultural events.Jabal Al Weibdeh
For the art enthusiasts, Jabal Al Weibdeh is the most recommended place to visit. The district is favoured by many artists and art galleries. Do visit art center of Darat Al-Funun, it hosts artists in residence and impromptu concerts regularly. Also spend some time at Jordan Gallery of fine Arts, located in the vicinity. The gallery features around two thousand finest works of contemporary Arab and Islamic art.