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I visited ranbow street with my wife , i have heard so much about it and it was very nice and full of alot of activeties to do
Reaturants and cafes to hangout in amd alot of shops yo buy from various of things i...More
Rainbow Street is one of the nicer streets to walk along with dozens of tourist shops (more or less interesting) and snack-restaurants. It is also not as expensive as other tourist areas like Abdoun.
Still, it doesn't feel very authentic and very few restaurants have...More
After reading the reviews of Rainbow Street....we began to wonder.... did we walk to the wrong street?!!! But, no, there was the sign....so underwhelming and generally disappointing....quite a few businesses were closed....may be you have to be there in the evening for it to come...More
Rainbow Street is high up in Amman, it is a bit of a walk from downtown Amman but well worth it. The street itself is full of restaurants, cafes and probably the best ice-cream parlour in Amman. The British Consulate is also a short walk...More
this small road is a nice place , specially at night i wend there with couple of friends and a had a great time , full of shops, restaurants, cafes,ice cream shops and more , i spent there couple of hours and it was fun...More
Rainbow Street in Amman, Jordan is nice enough but does not live up to the hype. If you walk there it is all up hill from Umbrella Stairs. There are several good restaurants and some okay views over the concrete jungle that is Amman, but...More
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On Friday they usually have Souk Jara and local artist and bands playing for free after 7. I'm not so sure the market has opened for the season. I will try to check and get back to you. It's best if open to park in the back... More
On Friday they usually have Souk Jara and local artist and bands playing for free after 7. I'm not so sure the market has opened for the season. I will try to check and get back to you. It's best if open to park in the back streets and walk to it as the main Street leading to the market can be chaotically congested. I once went to the Abdali boulevard market but seasonal. Please check before you plan to visit those mentioned places if they are still on. There's an organic fruit and vegetable market in Al Rabieh every Saturday would be nice to visit if you're in amman or Jordan for a few days.