Top markets to visit in Amman, Jordan

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Top markets to visit in Amman, Jordan
Markets in Amman, also known as Souks, are bustling with energy, people and of course, many unique items to buy. From spices and produce to jewelry, carpets, and pottery, the markets in Amman each offer their unique items and experience.

 
For those looking to enjoy an authentically Jordan experience, a visit to one or many of the markets in Amman is a great way to mingle with locals and purchase some souvenirs.
  • Souk el-Khodra

    Souk el-KhodraSouk el-Khodra

    Souk el-Khodra is a market for fresh produce with some of the best vegetables and fruit in Amman. What makes the Souk el-Khodra so appealing is that much of the produce is local, seasonal and affordable.

    The market stalls are filled with brightly colored, fresh fruits and vegetables and is a great place to pick up a quick snack or taste some local goods. Visitors to the market in Amman can enjoy the vibrant smell, a few samples and entertaining interactions with the vendors who are friendly and warm.

  • Jara market

    Jara marketJara market

    Jara market is a seasonal opened in every Friday during the month of 5 and ends in the month of 9 and continue throughout the summer and annually hosted by the Association of residents of Jabal Amman. Jara market is opened on Friday May 16, from 10 am to 10 pm. During the holy month of Ramadan, the market is opened from from 9:30 pm to 1 pm (Thursdays and Fridays).

  • Rainbow Street

    Rainbow StreetRainbow Street

    The Rainbow Street is an amalgamation of shops, pubs, hookah bars, and restaurants. If you want to experience a lot of things at once, then Rainbow Street is an ideal spot for you. With one of the most visited shopping streets in Jordan, Turkish coffee is quite popular here.

    The place also has some of the oldest houses in Jordan. It is also great for viewing the city. You will also find the palace of the old king here amongst other historical places.

  • Farmers Market in Amman

    Farmers Market in AmmanFarmers Market in Amman

    A weekend market, the Farmers Market in Amman is a great place for locally sourced produce and goods. From boutique bakeries to artisan cheeses, the Farmers Market in Amman strives to sell only organically grown, non-GMO and chemical free fruits and vegetables. Beyond this, visitors can find handmade soaps, pottery, olive oil, handicrafts, and even organic dog food.

  • Mecca Mall

    Mecca MallMecca Mall

    You can spend the most enjoyable times in Mecca Mall, where you can dine, shop and enjoy there. The mall includes 490 shops, mostly commercial store Women's Clothing.

    The mall also includes a large supermarket, showrooms cinema, children's play area, ski lounge, a bowling alley, Racing Hall and numerous attachments provide the most appropriate atmosphere for families. There are many international shops in the mall such as Adidas, Burger King, Cinnabon, Damas, Asbert, Kentucky, Mango, McDonald's, Max, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, Sports Town, Splash, Timberland and United Colors of Binatone.

  • Nour al Barakah

    Nour al BarakahNour al Barakah

    Nour Al Barakah’s Saturday Market exists to bring people with disabilities and community members together by providing young adults with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to intermingle with peers in a safe, recreational and structured environment. Nour al Barakah is a weekly market operating year-round.

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