Top things to do in Qatar
The list of things to do in Qatar is overflowing. This Middle Eastern country offers a rich variety of food, culture and adventure, accompanied by true Arabian hospitality. Go and enjoy its beaches, sand dunes, luxury hotels and fantastic skyscrapers in the bustling new-age metropolis of Doha.
How to get there:
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Where to stay:
In Doha, we encourage you to stay at top rated 4* Saray Musheireb Hotel. This 4-star hotel features modern rooms. It offers an indoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and free WiFi in some areas. Souq Waqif is a 10-minute drive away. The Corniche is a 10-minute drive and Doha International Airport is 15 minutes away by car. All apartments are fitted with carpeted floors. Each suite offers a living room with a satellite flat-screen TV, a dining area and a kitchenette. The bathroom is fitted with a shower. Hotel offers also Conference Facilities for meetings with 14 capacities that includes a flip chart, projector and white board which is not costly that can be book directly at the Hotel.
In Al Wakra we recommend you to book 4* Time Rako Hotel. This excellent 4-star hotel is 2-minute walk from the beach. Showcasing a rooftop pool, the property has also spa facilities and fitness center, and guests can enjoy a meal at one of the hotel restaurants or a drink at the bar. Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and fitted with flat-screen TV with free WiFI available in all the rooms and within the hotel. Some units feature are sitting area to relax in after a busy day. Elegant furnishing and premium quality beds are a few of the features that make short-stay or long stays comfortable and enjoyable. The hotel has also banqueting facilities able to host any event up to 450 guests.
What to do:
There is something for everyone in Qatar. Explore its natural environment by taking an exciting desert safari. Enjoy riding on camel or sand dune racing in a four-wheel drive vehicle.
In Al Wakra, nested between Doha and Um Said, you can visit mosques, museums, a marina and beaches.
Escape to a private beachfront resort and relax at the many beaches and pools and enjoy the activities like beach soccer and volleyball.
Taste some traditional Qatari dishes. The local food is largely influenced by Iranian and Indian cuisines. Seafood and dates are staple food items in this country. The national dish is machbūs, a meal consisting of rice, meat and vegetables.
Admire the Doha skyline, discover the skyscrapers, mosques, museums and the waterside roads.
Attend the Traditional Dhow Festival or the Palestinian Heritage Festival.
Enjoy your favourite sport, like bowling, tennis, golf or even ice skating.
Discover the Al Jassasiya carvings – a rich collection of 250 years old petroglyphs in the little fishing village of Al-Ruwais.
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