How close is Jordan to Jerusalem?

Distance To Jerusalem From Jordan is: 5681 miles / 9142.68 km / 4936.65 nautical miles.

How do you get from Jerusalem to Amman?

To return to Amman from Jerusalem, head to Damascus Gate and from there walk to the shared taxi station (minivan depot). Pay 42 NIS to get to the Allenby Bridge (you can change any spare NIS for JD you may have here too, but don’t forget the Israeli exit fee.) Drive to the Allenby Bridge border.

Does Jordan fly to Israel?

Royal Jordanian (rj.com) and Arkia Israel Airlines (arkia.com) both have flights from Queen Alia International Airport (AMM) in Amman to Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv (TLV).

Where is Damascus and Jerusalem?

Jerusalem is located in Israel at the longitude of 35.21 and latitude of 31.77. Damascus is located in Syria at the longitude of 36.28 and latitude of 33.51 . Driving Distance : 362 KM and 501 meters / 225.2 miles.

Do I need a visa to Jordan?

A passport and a visa are required. Jordan issues visas to U.S. citizens for a fee at most international ports of entry and at most international land border crossings upon arrival. However, visas are not issued upon arrival at the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge land border crossing.

How far is Amman from Jerusalem as the crow flies?

Distance from Jerusalem to Amman is 72 kilometers. This air travel distance is equal to 45 miles. The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Jerusalem and Amman is 72 km= 45 miles.

Can I visit Jerusalem from Jordan?

The most common ways to travel between Amman and Jerusalem include a shuttle, public transport, private taxi or transfer, or flight and transfer. The journey time varies according to which option was selected, from two hours in best case, to up to six hours in the worst.

Can I visit Jordan after Israel?

Entering both Jordan and Egypt from Israel is permitted and you can do so by land crossing directly from Israel. (For more information on land crossings and possible stamps there, read the land-crossing section below.)

Is Jordan and Israel safe to visit?

Though most cultural tours of Israel and Jordan miss out Tel Aviv in the interest of time, the beachside capital has much more in common with Amman in Jordan, than Jerusalem does. Jordan makes a pleasant contrast: it’s one of the safest, most peaceful places to visit in the world – let along the Middle East.

Is Damascus part of the Holy Land?

Cities like Jerusalem and Mecca might quickly come to mind, but Damascus was the key to the creation of an Ottoman holy land between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries, because Damascus was the gateway to the hajj.

Why is it called Damascus Gate?

In English it is named Damascus Gate, and in Arabic- “Bab El Amud” (“the gate of the pillar”), probably due to the pillar that stood at the center of the gate’s courtyard during the Roman-Byzantine era, as evident in the Madaba Map, which was discovered in Jordan.

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