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Rainbow St, Amman, Jordan
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All reviews cafes and restaurants al quds nice street wild jordan british council fun street falafel souk jara art galleries jabal amman nice walk nice place to visit downtown amman shisha stroll friday circle
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I have been fortunate to be able to visit Amman 3x in the past 4 months. Each time, I made it a point in fact to dine at Cantaloupe. During the warmer months of September and October, dining outside on the roof is Extraordinary! Not...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

While this street us a bit of a walking street with a couple of side walk cafes, it ain't nothing special. Worth one visit, but thats about it.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Miotoni
Reviewed 1 week ago

A very nice street in Amman which gives you a different view from the city, especially if you only walk around in the bazaar part. A lot of places to eat, have a tea or shopping.Strongly recommend

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank Catalina C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Not trying to sound negative, but not really get the wibe of this - its a street with shops, cafees and restaurant, like everywhere in Amman- this just has the name Rainbowstreet :-)

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Aeronaut65
Reviewed 1 week ago

Rainbow Street has a lot of restaurants and cafes. Food choices galore. great place to meet up with friends. Think it'd be more lively at night time rather than late afternoon.

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank Kerryn72
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Its a lovely place for an evening stroll, sipping some good coffee in an winter eve or just hang out with your fellow travellers accompanying you. Nice restaurants and cafes are spread all over the street. Very well managed, disciplined, clean and enjoyable street with...More

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank Mughal06
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Rainbow street is a very beautiful street to walk at night ,special at summer time and the worm summer

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank PastorSamuel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

good way to explore night life of amman and good place to take a stroll in evening its beautiful with lots of restuarants and bars

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank riteshbaid
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Rainbow Street is in downtown Amman looking the old city and ruins It is a small busy strip with many restaurants and cafes that offer all type of food Some of the Restaurants are actually old houses which adds to the atmosphere Also you can...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank amasry1960
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

was a bit dissapointed but we had a coffee there and we enjoyed shisha too but ..i think it is a bit overated..

Date of experience: January 2019
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July 31, 2016|
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Response from Pepe S | Reviewed this property |
Eateries tend to open after midday. Some shops are open in the morning.
April 26, 2015|
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Response from Joanna-Saket | Reviewed this property |
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
Ron B
December 20, 2014|
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Response from Felipe M | Reviewed this property |
Ron B, search for Rajeen Resturant & Cafe's at google maps. It's on that street. Near by, there's the Books@cafe a really nice restaurant! I defintely recommend it!
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Just completed a week long travel across Jordan and I would like to share my perspective on the country and culture. Firstly this forum has been extremely helpful in sharing tips and itinerary. Can’t thank each of the members enough for all the valuable inputs. We were two girls traveling by ourselves for a week across Jordan. We booked a private car and driver for the entire duration for about USD 650. We bought the Jordan pass beforehand and it saves you the visa fee as well. ...More
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Hello, Having assembled an itinerary of sorts for a ten-day visit in September, I wanted to know if it is possible to hire a car with driver/tour guide only in Jordan. And if so, any company that people on this forum can recommend? Most of the tour companies provide packages where accomodation and travel is rolled up into a lump sum amount but being on a rather tight budget means we cannot avail such luxury. Instead we are planning to book hotels ourselves and arrange travel/tour guides...More
August 19, 2014|
Response fromHenk B|
Day 2 seems to bee too scammed. I also doubt if you can find a driver to take you through the Dibeen Forrest s most of them stick to the main roads. Pointing a road out on a map won't work as most Jordanians do not know how to read a map. Day 4: you might want to include a stop at Shobak Castle. Very nice castle with it's own charm. Khirbet Dahrieh is also worth stopping by. Petra seems a bit undervalued, but with young kids one day is probable enough. Henk Jordan Phototravel
short term -I have a spare room near rainbow street ! Amman (0 Replies)
HI , I have rented a lovely , bright spacious apartment near rainbow street - use of garden and washing line , washing machine , use of kitchen , bathroom with shower - tv - sofas - gas cooker - microwave - 25 d per person and 35 for two and 15 dinars for electricity per week - you will be sharing with me , I am a female from London and my friend who is from here , he can tell you more about Jordan if you need -please phone for more details ....THE ROOM IS ONLY AVAILABLE UNTIL APRIL 1ST AND...More
March 24, 2014|