We start the day by visiting Madaba, known as the capital of mosaics in the Middle East.
We visit saint George church and see the map of Jerusalem and Holy land implemented on the floor of the church 6thc. A.D. After we head to Mount Nebo, where Moses looked over the Holy land before his death.
At Moses church, you have the free time to see splendid patterns of mosaic. By noon time, we drive toward east of Amman to the desert castles.
An hour and a half drive journey from Madaba through the peaceful black desert to visit several palaces. First we visit Amra castle UNESCO site 8th c. A.D. It's a wonderful example of Islamic Art and portray scenes.
We also visit Kharana palace, a new architecture style in the region.
At the end, we visit Azraq forte, the headquarters of Lawrence of Arabia (1917).
After this busy day, we head back to Amman.
Accommodation: Toledo Hotel (or similar)