Strategically located between the Levant and the Arab Gulf, Jordan's rich history and culture make it highly attractive to visitors from all over the world. There's so much to do in Jordan, from the bustling capital Amman to the historical city of Petra and the Dead Sea region. Immerse yourself in the country's history by visiting the Amman Citadel where you'll be able to see the Temple of Hercules and the Umayyad Palace within close proximity. A three hour drive from Amman takes you to the rose-coloured city of Petra which was carved by the Nabataeans from sandstone. Not only is Petra a UNESCO heritage site, it is also considered Jordan's most popular tourist attraction. Marvel at Petra's magnificent architecture as you learn about the important role it played in trade routes employed by the Nabataeans.