The UNESCO World Heritage Sites Petra, known as the Rock City, and the desert Wadi Rum with its colorful sandstones are just a few highlights of this fascinating kingdom between sea and desert. Be sure to take advantage of your stay at the Dead Sea for a swim in the lowest lake on earth. At the biblical sites of Mount Nebo, Bethany and Anjara, the flair of times long past is clearly perceptible.
|Visa requirements||Entry is possible for German citizens with the following documents: |
Temporary passport: Yes
Identity card: No
Temporary identity card: No
Children's passport: Yes
Notes/Minimum Residual Validity: Travel documents must be valid for at least six months at the time of entry.
German citizens require a visa for entry.
Visa before entry
A visa can be applied for prior to entry at the responsible foreign missions. Visas for multiple entries to Jordan are issued exclusively by Jordanian missions abroad, such as the Embassy of the Kingdom of Jordan in Berlin.
Visa on entry ("on arrival")
The visa can also be applied for "on arrival" at the airports Queen Alia International and Aqaba. The visa fee of currently 40 JOD must be paid immediately at the airports in Jordanian dinars (exchange offices / ATM available).
Entry and import regulations for German citizens may change at any time. Please look on the page of the foreign ministry.
|Languages spoken||English, Arabic|