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About Petra


established in the 4th century BC

Petra The capital of the Nabatean Arab,also one of the famous archaeological site in the world,and the most important tourist attraction in Jordan . The city is accessed through a 1.2-kilometre-long (0.75 mi) gorge called the Siq, which leads directly to the Khazneh. Famous for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system, Petra is also called the Rose City due to the color of the stone out of which it is carved.



Petra Tours


Jordan Day Tour And More Offer A private tours to the rose city

option 1 :

Starting Time:

7 AM

Pickup Location:

your Hotel in Amman.

Sites:

Petra By Desert Highway.

Tour Include:

-Home / Hotel Pick-up and drop-off. -English Speaking driver.-A modern vehicle with AC.

Tour Exclude:

-Entry fees. -Local Tour Guide. -Travel Insurance. -Meals. -anything not mentioned.



option 2 :

2 Days Tour to Petra By Kings Highway.

Day 1.

Starting Time:

7:00 AM

Pickup Location:

your Hotel in Amman.

Sites:

Petra By KingsHighway .Madaba.Mount Nebo.Kraka Castle shobak Castlethen reach Petra.(around 6-7 Hrs Drive) Overnight in Petra

Tour Include:

-Home / Hotel Pick-up and drop-off. -English Speaking driver.-A modern vehicle with AC.

Tour Exclude:

-Entry fees. -Local Tour Guide. -Travel Insurance. -Hotel Reservation. -Meals. -anything not mentioned.


Day 2.

Pickup Location:

From Your Hotel in Petra.

Sites:

Early Morning visit Petra Then drive Back to your Hotel in Amman.

Tour Include:

-Home / Hotel Pick-up and drop-off. -English Speaking driver.-A modern vehicle with AC.

Tour Exclude:

-Entry fees. -Local Tour Guide. -Travel Insurance. -Hotel Reservation. -Meals. -anything not mentioned.


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Most Important sites in Petra:


1) The Siq:

The Siq is the main entrance to the ancient Nabatean city of Petra in southern Jordan. Also known as Siqit, the main entrance in Petra is a dim, narrow gorge winds its way approximately 1.2 kilometres and ends at Petra’s most elaborate ruin, Al Khazneh.

2) Al-Khazna:

Al-Khazneh is one of the most elaborate temples in Petra, a city of the Nabatean Kingdom inhabited by the Arabs in ancient times.

3) The monastery:

d Deir, also known as El Deir, is a monumental building carved out of rock in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Arguably one of the most iconic monuments in the Petra Archaeological Park, the Monastery is located high in the hills northwest of the Petra city centre.

4) Nabatean Amphitheater:

Petra Theater is a first century AD Nabataean theatre situated 600 m from the centre of Petra. A substantial part of the theatre carved out of the solid rock, while the scene and exterior wall were constructed. The theatre’s auditorium consists of three horizontal sections of seats separated by passageways and seven stairways to ascend.

5) Qasr al-Bint:

The Qasr al-Bint is a religious temple in the Nabataean city of Petra. It faces the Wadi Musa and is located to the northwest of the Great Temple and to the southwest of the Temple of the Winged Lions.

6) Court:

This derived its name from the jar that crowns the pediment. so It probably constructed around 70 AD. It is preceded by a deep courtyard with colonnades on two sides.

7) Great Temple:

The so-called Great Temple at Petra is a grand monumental complex that lies south of the Colonnaded Street at Petra. It covers an area of ~7,560 m2. The complex was probably completed in the early first century CE, under the rule of Nabataean king Aretas IV, as suggested by architectural and sculptural details.

8) Altar:

Back near the theater and Street of Facades, a signposted set of steps leads south up a rocky slope to the High Place of Sacrifice, a diversion off the main path, but an unmissable part of a visit.