Amman derives its name from the 13th century BC when the Ammonites named it "Rabbath Ammon", with the term Rabbath meaning the "Capital" or the "King's Quarters". Over time, the term "Rabbath" was no longer used and the city became known as "Ammon". The influence of new civilizations that conquered the city gradually changed its name to "Amman". Today, Amman is considered to be among the liberal and westernized Arab cities. It is a major tourist destination in the region, particularly among Arab and European tourists. Approximately two million visitors arrived in Amman in 2014, which made it the 5th most visited Arab city. Moreover, it was named one of the Middle East and North Africa's best cities according to economic, labor, environmental, and socio-cultural factors.