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"From Damascus to Amman" Top 5 Page for this destination Bus Tip by MalenaN

Bus, Jordan: 14 reviews and 9 photos

by MalenaN

From Damascus:
There are a few busses going to Amman from Baramke station every day. As I didn't want to wake up to early (for the bus) it suited me better just to show up at the station when I was ready and take a service taxi. They leave when they are full and probably you don't have to wait to long. I paid 500 SP.
The time to reach Amman depends on how long it takes at the border. For me it was quick but we had to wait for one passenger in two hours. Don't know why it took so long for him.
The service taxi stops at Abdali bus station in Amman.

Also three years later I took a service taxi the same way for 500 SP. This time we were only three people in the car (me, a girl who spoke English and her uncle) and it was quick at the border. It took about three hours between Damascus and Amman.

Mode: TO
Type: Car/Motor Home

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  • Written Nov 26, 2005
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