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But is it safe and should you go?
Flights to Jordan are the cheapest we've seen in years. You can fly to Amman, the capital, from £45, return, from January–March.
Those rock-bottom fares made us think that more than a few people might have some concerns about visiting a country that borders Israel and Syria in the north.
Is Jordan safe? On balance, the answer is yes. The Foreign Office's official advice hasn't changed: apart from travelling within 3km of the border with Syria (the part of the country where you should absolutely NOT go), Jordan is OK to visit.
But if you're an anxious traveller, think twice. The FCDO notes that in response to events in Israel, "demonstrations have taken place in Jordan". These have been mostly peaceful and usually in the areas surrounding the Israeli and US embassies in Amman. Regardless, this might be a deal breaker for some.
Saying that, there is no official warning against travelling to most of Jordan, so if you fancy visiting the country, now is a great time to fly there on the cheap.
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