Amman is a wonderful city that boasts equal opportunities for luxury dining experiences and affordable eats. If you’re visiting on a budget, these are a few of the restaurants you probably want to sample.
Habibah Sweets is the best place in the city for Middle Eastern treats. The sweets shop is famous for its delicious knafeh, but also boasts an impressive array of sweet honey and cheese. The restaurant also offers plenty of European and Asian treats, too, like warbat and baklava.
There’s only one option for food at Al-Quds, but what they do, they do extremely well. The restaurant is known throughout the region for scrumptious falafel sandwiches. Made with yeast bread rolls and pressed like a panini, these delectable meals are only 55 cents!
Gaith is the perfect spot for traditional Jordanian food that isn’t packed with tourists. Locals love the delicious tabbouleh, aubergine and shish taouk served here, and all of it is at an extremely reasonable price. The atmosphere is casual and typically quiet, though don’t expect many English speakers here.
Shawarma Zarb boasts the best of its namesake in the entire city. The meat is always tender, staff friendly and happy to chat, and it’s a truly authentic experience every time. The décor is made up of railway wood and stools, and everything is made on site. Few places are more traditional than this, and it’s a must when in town.
Despite being Spain’s third-largest city behind Madrid and Barcelona, Valencia is considerably cheaper to visit as a tourist than the capital of Spain and the capital of Catalonia. If traveling on a budget, here are a few ways to stretch your euros in Valencia.
While your first inclination might be panic when you map out the various appointments and meetings on your upcoming business trip, relax. Trust us, a rental car has you covered.
Valencia is Spain’s third-largest city (behind Madrid and Barcelona), but, upon first glance, it doesn’t feel too intimidating in terms of size and noise. The unofficial gateway to Southern Spain is rich in Spanish culture, including lazy days by the sea, mountains of tapas and rivers of sangria.