Enjoy a Fully Flexible Day Trip from Amman to Petra

Also identified as the Rose City due to the color of the stone it’s engraved from, Petra was established in 312BC as the capital city for the Nabataeans. It stayed under Nabataean rule until 100 AD when the Romans attacked it, and in the twelfth century it was eventually abandoned & left to the native folks. The place remained unidentified to the western world outside local communities until 1812 when a Swiss traveler Johann Ludwig Burckhardt discovered it. Petra was elected a World Heritage Site in 1985 and since then it has turned out to be Jordan’s most explored tourist attraction.

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