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AMMAN - HEAD OFFICE
Jordan Tourism Board

P. O. Box 830688
Amman, Jordan 11183
Tel: + 962 6 5678444
Fax: + 962 6 5678295
Call Center: + 962 6 5008081
E-mail: info@visitjordan.com
Website:
www.VisitJordan.com





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Palestine
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+972-722122690
+972-722122690
kkhaled@visitjordan.com
www.visitjordan.com
Mr. Khaled Kelani



UNITED STATES
JTB North America
1307 Dolley Madison Blvd., Suite 2A
McLean, VA 22101

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00-1- 703-243-7404/5
00-1- 703-243-7406
1-877-seejordan (733-5673)
contactus@visitjordan.com
www.visitjordan.com
Mrs. Malia Asfour




CANADA
Jordan Tourism Board - Canada
3-517 Graham Blvd
Mount Royal
Montreal, QC H3P 2E3

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514-750-9715
frank@visitjordan.com
www.visitjordan.com
Mr. Frank LaFleche



UNITED KINGDOM
The Brighter Group Limited / Jordan Tourism Board
The Pod
London’s Vertical Gateway
Bridges Court Road
London
SW11 3BE

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+44 2072231878
+44 20763269890

+44 8707773553
UK@visitjordan.com
www.jordanambassador.com
www.visitjordan.com
Mr. Stephen Hurp



AUSTRALIA
Australian representative Office
Five Star PR

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+61 404095326 or +61 29449 3088
+61 2 94888705
nicole@visitjordan.com
www.fivestar-pr.com




NORTHERN EUROPE
Jordan Tourism Board - Benelux
Nieuwendammerkade 26G
1022 AB Amsterdam the Netherlands

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+31 (0)20 670 5211
+ 31 (0)20 670 5357
benelux@visitjordan.com
www.visitjordan.com
Mrs. Susan Van Egmond
Germany
Lieb Management & Beteiligungs GmbH
Hauptstr. 19a, D-83135 Schechen

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+49 (0)89 6890 638-25
+49 (0)89 6890 638-39
GermanyJTB@visitjordan.com
www.visitjordan.com



SOUTHERN EUROPE
Open mind Consulting
Italy, Turin, 10122, Corso Principe Oddone, 12.

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+39 011 8146050
+39 011 8128633
italy@visitjordan.com
www.visitjordan.com
Ms. Angela Marini
Globally Turismo
Villanueva 5, 28001
Madrird, Spain

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+34 91 7813987 ext 135
+34 91 7813988
Spain@visitjordan.com
www.visitjordan.com
Ms. Maria Depereda
Interface Tourism International
11 bis, Rue - Blanche 75009
PARIS - France

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+ 33 1 53 25 03 54
+ 33 (0)1 53 25 11 12
www.visitjordan.com
jordanie@visitjordan.com
Ms. Vanessa Demery



RUSSIA & EASTERN EUROPE
NeXeN SA
Office 532-534, 19 ul. Leninskaya Sloboda,
109012 Moscow, Russia

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+7 (495) 765-92-06 / +7 (495) 226-27-80
+7 (495) 938-00-08
e.harvardt@nexensa.ru
www.visitjordan.com
Ms. Elena Harvardt
Austria & Switzerland
Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Rennweg 17/4, A-1030 Wien

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+43-1-4051025-28
+43-1-4051031
rweiss@jordanembassy.at ,
austria@visitjordan.com
www.visitjordan.com
Mrs. Romana Weiss



BRAZIL
Brazil Av. Ipiranga,
318-Bloco A-5 andar-Centro-
CEP 01046010 São Paulo-SP

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+55-11-32147500
+55-11-3258-3575
Interamerican@interamericanetwork.com
www.interamericanetwork.com
Mrs. Danielle Clouzet Roman



INDIA
Think Strawberries
C-41, Gulmohar Park,
New Delhi – 110049, India

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+91 11 265 31733
+91 11 265 31734
info@thinkstrawberries.com
www.thinkstrawberries.com

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