Doha, the capital of Qatar, is an extremely modern city located on the coast of the Persian Gulf, which has benefited from rapid development in the past 25 years, being one of the richest cities in the world.
What strikes here is the fact that the price of a bottle of gasoline is much lower than the price of a bottle of plain water.
Doha is a very hospitable and safe city that offers to any tourist adventure, sand dunes, wide beaches, year-round sun and a variety of traditional culinary delicacies.
What not to miss here:
The Museum of Islamic Art– presents Islamic art from three continents over a period of 1400 years. It houses collections that include some of the oldest and most precious artifacts in the entire Middle East, in addition to these artifacts, in the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha the methods of calligraphy used by Islamists are also exhibited and explained.
Jeep Safari or „dune bashing”, adrenaline rush on the high dunes of the desert.
Souk Waqif is one of the most authentic experiences that can be lived here. The bazaar whose name means “permanent market” is the oldest in Doha and is the place where you can take the local pulse. Here you can taste the local culinary products, smell the oriental perfumes but also all the spices specific to the place. You will also find the falcon market here, the price of a falcon – the falcon that the locals still use for hunting – can reach several thousand Euros.
Katara Cultural Village – Qatar’s largest cultural complex, which includes an amphitheater, an opera house, several art galleries, museums, a conference room, a promenade area, terraces and a beach. Doha will certainly enter the world’s attention in 2020 when the Football World Cup is held here, an event that takes place for the first time in history in the Arab world.
Doha will certainly enter the world’s attention in 2020 when the Football World Cup is held here, an event that takes place for the first time in history in the Arab world.
What is Doha, actually? A luxury destination, ideal for those with a thirst for adventure as well as for those looking for luxury and refinement combined with oriental flavour.