The Rough Guide to Jordan by Matthew Teller

Review submitted by: Montecar

Matthew Teller’s “The Rough Guide to Jordan” provides a comprehensive overview of what one of the most beautiful countries in the Middle East has to offer. Loaded with multiple maps, itineraries, high quality photos, and descriptions, the guide invites readers to explore Jordan, from the ancient city of Petra to the hottest shops across every price range. Whether you are traveling on a budget or are looking for a luxurious get-away, there is something out there for everyone. Teller aims to give people the most unbiased and honest reviews to assure that the guide to their adventures abroad is reliable.

One of the great things about “The Rough Guide to Jordan” is the wide variety of activities the book suggests checking out. The guide has numerous recommendations for hotels, cafes, and restaurants, but if you are feeling a little adventurous it also has suggestions on where to go for camping, diving, hot-air balloon trips, and camel rides. For getting around the city, Teller recommends you take advantage of Amman rent a car services.

A car rental in Amman offers travelers the convenience of getting around the city without spending too much. And, with the costs of travel nowadays, saving money is the one thing you need to keep and eye on.

While it may be a more costly option, renting a car with a driver in Amman Jordan will make driving in a foreign area one less thing to worry about. The drivers know their ways around the city and can also provide you with the tourist advice that only a local could.

All in all, this is a wonderful resource that goes beyond what one would normally find in a travel guide. Rather than simply provide descriptions of Jordan, Matthew Teller shows readers that Jordan is a magnificent nation with many gorgeous sites, an interesting history, and much to do.