Amman, in Jordan, is the most populated city in the country, in Asia. It stretches over nineteen hills and - thanks to its position on a plateau - it has a typically Mediterranean climate, with better weather conditions than the rest of the area. Amman is the centre of the economy in the country  for transport, tourism, and industry investments. The city is divided into two parts: an eastern one, where the suq and the Roman ruins are located, and the western one, with bars, discos and shopping centers.