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Capital of Jordan, built on a series of hills which contrasts modern skyscrapers with the Roman ruins of the centre. It was converted by Roman General Pompeius into the centre of the province of Arabia and an obligatory passing place on the way to India, and it was later named Philadelphia, meaning Brotherly Love in Greco-Roman times. Some columns from the era remain on top of the hill facing the imposing Roman theatre.
“The excursions were very good & conducted by our very knowledgable guide who spoke good English.”
“I thought that the trip was excellent value for money and the itinerary was comprehensive for the number of days we had.”
“‘Our guide, Wahide, was a terrific guide with lots of knowledge, and looked after us very well.’
“'We were lucky enough to have the guide, Khalid, to ourselves throughout the trip and found him to be extremely informative and knowledgeable about the country and also very good with time-keeping and ensuring that the tour ran smoothly. The guides were also thoughtful about the heat and also about the best way to see the sites before the crowds. We visited a great variety of Jordan’s most stunning sights, including iconic Petra, which we enjoyed walking around, even climbing up to the vantage point which gave us a great birds-eye view of the ancient city.'
“‘The meet and greet was spot on and the guide and driver were very good and commendable.’
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