From the restaurants at the Archaeological Museum (22) go to Monastery (24). It is one of the largest and most preserved monuments in the whole City of Petra. Unfortunately, the way to it is quite long and full of endless stairs, but it is worth it. Once you get to the Monastery, go back down the same path down the valley. Here you can see the remnants of the Roman temple (17) or just walk along the Roman road around the Arc de Triomphe (18) towards the royal tombs (8-12). These tombs are one of the largest in Jordan but unfortunately, time left its marks on them.
At this point, you will have most of the sights in Petra. On the way back you can see the Amphitheater (6). If you are already tired, you should get to the horse-drawn cart before the Treasury (3) and get off to the exit. Prices are fixed here and you can find them in the morning at the visitor centre.
Petra by night – visit in candlelight
Plan your visit to Wadi Musa to stay here on Mondays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. These days it is possible to visit Petra (check the actual days Petra by Night here), more precisely The Sig (3) and the Treasury (4), even during the evening. The trip from the visitor centre directly to the Treasury (Al Khazneh) is lined with candles, and the trip itself is a great experience. Unfortunately, hundreds of other people will go with you.