To get a true feel of the city and an understanding of the Jordanian culture, you must walk amongst its streets. Starting at the Royal Society for Conservation of Nature (Wild Jordan), you have a quick guide through the reserves of Jordan, some of which you may visit during your tour around Jordan? Wanding your way through the downtown streets you begin to feel the essence of the Jordanian people, passing by shops and reaching the most famous “Hashem” Restaurant. Here they cater to the poor, the middle class; all the way up to the highly rich & famous. His Majesty King Abdullah even ate here along with his family. After delighting in some local flavours you head onto yet another famous food place; the “Habiba”, where Knafeh would be served, a mix of goat cheese covered with dough on top and sprinkled with syrup leaves. After visiting the Hussaini Mosque you continue to the Vegetable Market reaching the Nymphaeum and then onto the Roman Theatre. Your tour ends with a walk around the historical Citadel set upon the highest hill in Amman.