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Full day desert safari in Qatar. Best of life tourism
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Things to do in Doha

Things to do in Doha

Tourism in this era took its position, so people began to leave the idea of ​​domestic tourism and turn to foreign tourism due to the approaching prices, in addition to being more interested in discovering other cultures and civilizations. One of the cities that combines the present and the past is Doha, the capital of Qatar. You can find a lot of things to do in Doha. It is considered the most populated city, occupied by about half of the population of Qatar.

The Qatari authorities exert their efforts to establish new cultural symbols so that the city of Doha is distinguished by its cultural and civilizational pulse. It also combines urban shopping in malls, huge and extravagant buildings and traditional markets, so it is a city that combines the heritage of the past and the developed present.

Stroll through the gorgeous Souq Waqif, marvel at the sheer beauty of the World Islamic Art Museum and its exhibits, or head to Katara to discover Doha's art culture. Wherever you look, Doha threatens to conquer Dubai as the most dynamic city in the Gulf. A throw in a new metro system is in the pipeline and the 2022 FIFA World Cup ™ is on the horizon. There are expectations that Doha will emerge at the top.

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Top things to do in Doha

Top things to do in Doha

If you are going to Doha soon or you plan to travel to Doha, follow this article to know the most famous places that tourists go to in Doha.

Visit Souq Waqif

Visit Souq Waqif

One of the most popular shopping adventure in Doha, it is a vibrant market. Centuries ago, the Bedouins traded their sheep, goats, and wool in it in exchange for buying necessities in the times of barter. This market was later redeveloped, preserving its heritage and historical buildings professionally. They developed the market with ingenuity and professionalism and it appears as if it has been built since the century 19th. After the great development and progress that Qatar has witnessed and now has many luxurious air-conditioned shopping centres, Souq Waqif has not been affected and is still one of the most traditional markets in the region. Foreigners usually go to it to buy Qatari products such as the national Qatari dress, including beautifully embroidered bakhnouq (a girl's head covering), spices, perfumes, and oud (incense made of agarwood).

The National Museum of Qatar

The National Museum of Qatar

The National Museum of Qatar is one of the most important things to do in Doha and it is a historical museum located in Doha. It was called the Desert Rose because of its location in the desert and its unique architectural style. It was designed by the French architect Jean Nouvel, who won the Pritzker Prize to resemble a crystal block of desert rose. The museum, which covers an area of ​​430,000 square feet, or 52,000 square meters, consists of several volumes in the form of interconnected disks to form a ring-shaped architectural complex of 350 meters long. The discs consist of a steel frame clad in fibre-reinforced concrete and are designed to provide plenty of shading in the notorious climate of the Qatar Peninsula, as well as being a nod to the country's desert landscapes. The complex also houses the royal palace of Sheikh Abdullah bin Jassim Al Thani, which is a historical building from the twentieth century that has been preserved and restored. Regardless of the historical exhibition halls, the museum provides many services for families and visitors in general, it contains a hall that can accommodate 213 seats, educational spaces, a research centre, two stores, two cafes, a rooftop restaurant, a botanical garden, a sculpture garden, an industrial lake, And a children's playground. , And various utilities.

Museum of Islamic Art

Museum of Islamic Art

Opened in 2008, the Museum of Islamic Art offers visitors a fascinating and innovative experience, displaying the finest art and artefacts from all over the Islamic world spanning over 14 centuries. The Islamic Art Museum works to collect and preserve rare Islamic artefacts, and to reach the largest number of local and international tourists to spread and interpret this valuable art.

Al Zubarah Fort

Al Zubarah Fort

Al Zubarah Castle was built by His Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Qasim Al in 1938 on the ruins of an old castle that had been destroyed. It was constructed with high and thick walls that will last for countless decades and protect those inside. The fort is a regular square courtyard with massive walls on each side. Three of the corners have large circular towers topped with ramparts in the Qatari style. The fourth corner has an eye-catching rectangular turret with traditional triple-base edges with notches called slits which - in the event of an attack - were used to shoot enemies.

Frequently asked questions

What are the top attractions to visit in Doha?

The top attractions to visit in Doha are:
Souq Waqif
Museum of Islamic Art
National Museum of Qatar
Katara Cultural Village
The Pearl-Qatar

Is Doha expensive for tourists?

A week-long vacation to Doha usually costs around QAR 1493 per person.

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