The State of Qatar has many elements of tourism through its natural reserves, ancient forts, a chain of resorts, international hotels, public parks, parks, restaurants, popular markets and major commercial complexes.

Qatar is considered one of the most safe tourist destinations in the world, and the safe and secure countryside of the country has the opportunity to discover the hospitality, spaciousness and originality that characterize the Arab culture of the country. The Qatar Tourism Authority website is rich in many information of interest to tourists from international hotels and trips. Tourist, restaurants, and archaeological sites.

Doha Corniche

It is a waterfront park extending around Doha Bay over an area of ​​seven kilometers. The Corniche provides stunning views of the city, including the high-rise towers, the city business center, and the prominent models of the Museum of Islamic Art. Traditional wooden boats roaming the clear waters of the Gulf reflect the charm of the city’s past and its history. The Corniche provides a natural area for strolling free of traffic.

Souq Waqif

Nothing beats wandering the crowded alleys of Doha’s main market, Souq Waqif is the perfect place to enjoy an authentic shopping experience in the city and soak up the traditional Arab trade and local architecture. The small shops offer a dizzying array of Middle Eastern merchandise, such as spices, seasonal delicacies, perfumes, jewelry, and clothing, as well as handicrafts and a wide range of souvenirs. The traditional music, along with cultural and artistic performances, gives the venue an exceptional setting. Relax and enjoy the atmosphere around you in the options of distinctive restaurants and cafes available.

Al Zubarah

Al Zubarah is located on the northwest coast of the State of Qatar, and it consists of the Al Zubarah Fort, which has been carefully restored with the surrounding archaeological areas covering an area of ​​60 hectares. Al Zubarah is on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites, and is considered the best example of the remaining archaeological sites that embody the period of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in the region. The excavation site covers the remnants of the coastal city of Zubara, which was one of the most important centers for pearl diving and one of the most important commercial centers in the Gulf region, with trade routes extending to the Indian Ocean. The castle includes within it a visitor center.

Khor Al Udid

Located 60 kilometers from Doha in the southeastern side of the country, it is one of the most magnificent natural wonders in Qatar, and is also called the “Inner Sea”. It has been designated a nature reserve by UNESCO, and it is one of the few places in the world where the sea resides in the heart of the desert. It cannot be reached on foot. So it is imperative to ride an SUV to cross the high sand dunes.

The Pearl-Qatar

It is a man-made island located on the coast of West Bay, and features marina-lined yachts in the style of the Middle East Marina, high-rise residential towers, villas and hotels, in addition to luxury brand stores and exhibition halls. The waterfront parks are lined with cafes and restaurants serving food to suit all tastes, from refreshing ice cream to five-star restaurants. The Pearl is one of the most attractive destinations for visitors, and due to its elegance and elegance, it has been dubbed “the Arabian Riviera”.

Qatar Cultural Village (Katara)

At Katara, culture and creativity meet each other. Katara reflects the architectural heritage of the region, and its impressive theaters and halls are filled with a variety of performances throughout the year, including concerts, performances and art exhibitions. This landmark is not only limited to that, but also includes high-level restaurant options that offer delicious cuisine from international cuisines, as well as a wide private beach rich in water sports options.

Islamic art museum

Experience the splendor of 14-century art with a continuous tour of just a few hours. This museum displays an enormous collection of the finest Islamic arts and crafts from various Islamic countries and is known as one of the best cultural destinations in the region. Visitors will not be able to overlook the magnificence, quality, and variety of pieces on display in a building that embodies a contemporary architectural masterpiece designed by the famous architect IMP. The museum is keen to attract the interest of various visitors through its continuous and varied special exhibition programs. A fee may be charged for temporary shows, but admission to the museum is free.

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