Living in Amman, Jordan:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Amman, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Amman what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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My city’s weather is nice in summer and not that cold in winter, that’s one of the reasons why people love to visit my city. Also, Living in this city is peaceful and full of life. There are many reasons to Enjoy this city such as visiting museums and Amusement Parks.

Amman is a city with vibrant outdoor spaces, rich culture, and tasteful cuisine. It is the most livable city in Jordan where services are provided easily and in zero time. You might need to rent a car or have your own, the public transport system is underdeveloped. However, you can find taxis all around the city for a reasonable price.

Mohammad, says: 2020

Amman is a beautiful city, but it is crowded with cars during the day and quiet at night, in summer, when the weather is hot, the temperature may reach 40 degrees Celsius, and in winter it is cold, the temperature at night can drop a few degrees below freezing 0 degree Celsius.

Mohammad, says: 2020

Shops and cafes are open for most of the day and food is available 24 hours day. There are also lots amazing of place to visit, a lot of them are archaeological sites.

Kassem, says: 2020

The people of Amman emit love, epitomize hospitality, and celebrate togetherness, despite living amidst neighboring political instability and economic crises. Amman is a city where individuals search for the silver lining in every cloud and ordeal. The instant you enter Amman, is the day you embark on a journey towards the finest moments of your life.

Kassem, says: 2020

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