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Holidays To Doha

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Travel Center offers low cost holidays to Doha, a fast developing city that was once a fishing village and became more recognized in 1825 as a hub for cultural development. Today the city’s skyline is full of tall buildings emitting beacons of light signifying beauty and progression. Mornings here can be spent shopping at the many souks, afternoons discovering the vast surrounding deserts and evenings enjoying a fine dinner and experience the cuisine at one of its many restaurants. It is becoming an attractive destination to holidaymakers around the world very fast. If you are looking for an option that differs from the traditional beach break then Doha is the place for you with great hotels and prominent historical gems. One of the most traditional marketplaces especially great to visit if you are on holiday is the Souq Wakif which historically was where the Bedouin people would come to trade sheep and goats. Today the streets of this marketplace are filled with souvenirs and local goods. For a dose of art and a look into the traditions of the city visit the Musuem of Islamic Art . For a little bit of adventure you will have to move out of the city to the surrounding desert for excursions where you can go exploring on dune buggies and camels during which you may also come across the Singing Sand Dunes which just as its name suggests hums in the low humidity when the wind is strong.

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +3:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Qatar Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Oman Air, Saudi Arabian Airlines



Best Time to Travel

January to April, November to December

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 5.35 QAR

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Al Koot Fort

This fort was built in the year 1880 during the period of the Ottoman empire It was used as an ethnographic museum in the past and is currently closed but is a very popular place to take photographs. It is commonly known as the Doha fort. It was also used as a police station and jail before it became a museum.

Doha Heritage Village

This village is based upon the design of a traditional Qatari village and is located along the Corniche. Tourists who visit here can expect to see weaving, pearl trading and a traditional boat known as a Dhow. Occasional festivals and activities are also held here. The village also has a showcase of culture and crafts and is the perfect reflection of the proud history of the country.

Souq Waqif

This renovated Arabic market quarter has maze like corridors that are an absolute treat to wander around in. The shops here sell spices, textiles and even falcons. You can purchase souvenirs, smoke a shisha and have a nice meal at one of its many restaurants. It’s a place that is well worth a visit.

Heritage Library

The Heritage Library has over 51,000 books on subjects relating to Qatar and the Middle East, 600 maps, 2,000 manuscripts and 6,000 original photographs. This library was the initiative of the HH Sheika Mozah Bint Nasser Al Missned and is the biggest research center in the Middle East. The library is based on a collection that was started in 1979.

Kingdom of Aladdin

This theme park holds the title of being the only theme park in the Persian Gulf. ‘Entertainment City’ and ‘The Family Fun Park of 1001 delights’ are other names that it is known by. Situated in the West Bay Area of Doha it is a truly one of a kind theme park. Other than the usual theme park attractions such as bumper cars and the Ferris wheel, the Kingdom of Aladdin also has bumper-boats, go-karts, a air hockey arena, a video game arcade and its rollercoaster ‘The Thunderbolt”.

Rumeila Park

The Rumeila Park is a beautifully landscaped area that includes an outdoor theatre, art gallery, water features, children’s play area and a half pipe for skateboarding. In the park you can also find a cafeteria and public toilets for convenience to the visitors here. Formerly it was known as Al Bidda Park.

Weaponry Musuem

The weapons and artifacts exhibited at this museum date back to the 16th century. The collection here includes ceremonial swords that once belonged to the Gulf’s ruling families, an 18th century gold encased dagger and a traditional curved dagger known as a khanjar that belonged to Lawrence of Arabia. The exhibits are beautiful and rare and bear witness to a craftsmanship that has been lost for generations.

Museum of Islamic Art

Displaying Islamic art over 1,400 years and from three continents this museum was designed by I.M. Pei who took inspiration for the museum from classic Islam architecture. It is an icon of the Doha skyline and has a restaurant known as IDAM. Special exhibitions, activities, lectures and events are held here all the time.

Al Zubara Fort

This old fort which is now being used as a museum was built in 1938 and was constructed atop the ruins of another fort nearby. It is shaped in a square and has three circular towers and one rectangular tower. It once served as a coast guard station apparent from its thick, high walls. Afterwards until the 1980’s it was used by the military.

Jungle Zone

All of the animal themed attractions in this park are geared towards children and takes up a space of 3500 square meters. The park is located at the Hyatt Plaza and is the most popular indoor theme park in the country. It offers loads of fun and excitement especially for kids.