1. Souq Waqif
Bustling alleys of Souq Waqif, where a maze of small shops offer a dazzling array of Middle Eastern merchandise, provides for an authentic experience of traditional commerce, architecture and culture.
2. Museum of Islamic Art
No visitor can fail to be impressed by the quality and diversity the collections which comprises finest art and artefacts from across the Islamic world, displayed imaginatively in a modern architectural masterpiece.
3. Doha Corniche
This seven-kilometre long waterfront promenade around Doha Bay offers spectacular vistas of the city, from the dramatic high rise towers of the central business district to the bold shapes of the Museum of Islamic Art while traditional wooden dhows lining the Bay will evoke echoes of Qatar’s great seafaring past.
4. The Pearl Qatar
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The Pearl-Qatar is a man-made island off the West Bay coast featuring elegant Mediterranean-style yacht-lined marinas, residential towers, villas and hotels giving it the nickname, ‘Arabian Riviera’. This popular dining spot is also dotted with showrooms and boutiques of top luxury brands.
5. Katara Cultural Village
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This purpose-built development’s impressive theatres, galleries and performance venues reflect an innovative interpretation of the region’s architectural heritage stage. Concerts, shows and exhibitions make the place lively throughout the year. Top class restaurants offering a variety of cuisines and well-maintained public beach with water sports add to its recreational attractions.
6. The Villagio Mall
Located on Al Waab Street in the west end of the city and within Aspire Zone, Villagio attracts a footfall over 1.5 million people for every month of the year with a dedicated mall area of 183,000 sqm comfortably meeting the demands of every visitor. Its Venetian styled interiors combine with an astonishing range of shopping, dining and entertainment venues to make it a unique and unforgettable attraction in Qatar