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Pick up from Amman, transfer to rainbow street, have city walks. Rainbow Street invites visitors and locals to do something that’s not always easy or possible in
Jordan’s crowded capital: walk! As a city built on hills, plagued by traffic and dotted with sporadic sidewalks that are often obstructed by planted trees or parked cars,
Amman is not terribly pedestrian-friendly. But Rainbow Street – the nearly flat stretch of street starting at First Circle – is lined with a huge number of places to dine,
drink, shop and people-watch.
Grab a quick bite Snag a fresh falafel sandwich complete with pickles and tomato at Al Quds
Kick back in a café have hot drink from your choice and experience the taste of Shisha with the flavor from your choice
Shop and stroll, If you’re in Amman during Jordan’s summer months (June through September), be sure to visit Rainbow Street on a Friday. From 10am to 10pm Fawzi
Al Maalouf St, a side street off Rainbow, transforms into Souk Jara — a pop-up market with vendors selling handicrafts, antiques and art. After perusing the locally
produced items and bumping elbows with locals and visitors in this bustling market, take the stairs at the end of Fawzi Al Maalouf St down to Othman Ben Affan St.
You’ll find the wild Jordan center directly across from the stairs, and inside, The Nature Shop — another opportunity to support local artisans with the purchase of
quality handicrafts and locally made goodies, such as teas sourced from the Dana region and jewellery and candles created by Bedouin women. Drop off in Amman.
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