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Planning a trip to Doha? Use this travel guide to complete your tour

It’s erratic to appreciate a great town in the construction whether it’s the spectacular and persistently altering horizon or the traditional icons building but Doha is a metropolitan, which is radiating confidence with style. The ease in its contemporary shopping malls, traveling in the reinvented and superbly impressive Souq Waqif, being astonished of the pure beauty of the topnotch Museum of Islamic Art and its exhibitions, wherever you stare, Doha appears to be the Gulf’s most dynamic city.

Step into the geography of Doha

Doha is the capital of Qatar. It is a contemporary and swiftly emerging urban and, bearing in mind the money being emptied into construction, Doha seems to grow into one of the leading cities in the Gulf within a few years.

What to do in Doha

  • 1Doha Debates
  • 2Find a sheesha cafe and smoke some fruit-flavored tobacco
  • 3Dhow boat ride

What to see in Doha

  • 1Al-Corniche
  • 2The Pearl-Qatar
  • 3Doha Zoo
  • 4Rumeila Park
  • 5Jungle Zone
  • 6Al Shahaneya
  • 7Katara Cultural Village
  • 8Photography museum
  • 9Sheikh Faisal collection
  • 10Weaponry Museum
  • 11Clock Tower
  • 12Doha Heritage Village

Festivals of Doha

Doha rejoices a range of events and festivals throughout the year. Doha Arabic Song Festival is a four day event in the month of February that summonses entertainers from all over the district including Egypt, morocco and the UAE. Doha Cultural Festival in the month of March ascertains Qatar’s tradition through theatre, poetry, visual art and music. Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr are the most significant festivals in Islamic religion and are celebrated with great splendor and display in Doha

Eating out in Doha

There are no Qatari dishes as unique to this place but you can get outstanding intercontinental and Asian cuisine in the eateries. Apart from the huge hotels, there are snack bars where you can catch Indian and Pakistani food. "Shawarma" is a Middle Eastern snack. Fruit juice and soft drinks are the only beverages accessible. There are bars in bigger hotels that are open only to members or hotel guests. Restaurants are occasional outside Doha.

Shopping delight in Doha

Native weaving is renowned but limited to tents, saddlebags, rugs and cushions. Stopover at souks, local market places, to collect stunningly woven rugs and cushions at cheap prices. Shops are open from 8 am to noon and might reopen from 4 am or 5 pm till 7 pm. Limited contemporary western style shopping centers stay open till 9 pm.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Doha is from November to early April, in the winter period as it is described by low temperatures. The weather during winter and early spring months is enjoyable, where the night time temperatures does not reach freezing point. These seasons can be coupled with infrequent showers which permit for most outdoor activities and sightseeing and therefore this period is often regarded as the peak-tourist season in Doha. Owing to the intense heat, summer is best avoided and is often considered as the off-peak tourist season.

Transportation

There are determined plans for a widespread underground Metro system that will link all sockets of Doha, from the airport to the Pearl, and will modernize travel within the city.

Important facts

Dark glasses, hat, water bottle, and suntan lotion, and a light sweater for winter nights. It is recommended that you avoid sleeveless, short and strappy dresses behind. Please confine swimwear to seaside and hotel precincts. Men are instructed not to appear bare-chested or shorts-clad in open as it can upset local sentiments.

Summer season, which lasts from May to September, is characterized by intense heat and sand storms, with temperatures at time exceeding above 40 degrees Celsius. Winters and early spring ranges from November to early April and are comparatively warm.

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