Amman might seem less organized in comparison to European capitals. You can get used to its beautiful chaos in a few days, though. In Amman, you can get around in the city with busses, smaller busses with different routes and taxis.
Busses are usually very crowded but can take you to anywhere in the city with low fares. Amman, busses do not have a fixed schedule and usually wait until they are full to start the ride. Small busses are have fixed routes and fares. You can get in or get out from those busses at any point you like.
You can also use taxis in Amman, which are yellow and easy to find around. It should not cost you more than 4 JOD for any city trip. Many of the cab drivers speak English.
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