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Doha: Souq Waqif, Katara, and Pearl-Qatar Island Guided Tour

1. Doha: Souq Waqif, Katara, and Pearl-Qatar Island Guided Tour

Dive into the city of Doha on a guided sightseeing adventure. Enjoy the convenience of hotel pickup and drop-off within the city. Stop outside top attractions like the National Museum Of Qatar and the Dhow Harbor. Hop aboard a climate-controlled vehicle that picks you up at your doorstep in Doha and be whisked away. Soak up the sights in Corniche and West Bay on your way to the National Museum Of Qatar. Purchase a ticket for a deep dive into Qatar's rich heritage and culture.  Capture some pictures to share of the traditional wooden boats in Dhow Harbor. Travel to the Souq Waqif, where you can hunt for bargains at the colorful and glitzy shops. Breathe in the spice-scented air before heading to the Katara cultural village.  Stroll through the numerous art galleries, workshop spaces, exhibition areas, and performance arenas in Katara. Explore the Pearl-Qatar, an artificial island spanning nearly four square kilometers. Marvel at postcard-perfect views and majestic skyscrapers before returning to your hotel. 

Doha: Full-Day Combo City Tour and Desert Safari

2. Doha: Full-Day Combo City Tour and Desert Safari

Benefit from pickup at your hotel or the airport in Doha, and drive along the magnificent Corniche to see the old Dhow Harbor. Visit the cultural village of Katara and admire the artificial island of Pearl Qatar. Visit the traditional Souq Waqif bazaar to marvel at vendors selling spices, perfumes, traditional handicrafts, camels, and horses! Make your way south of the city, where the driver will deflate the tires to make the vehicle ready for the off-road dune bashing. Venture into the majestic desert, where you can go for a camel ride like an ancient nomad. Get an adrenaline rush as you drive across the dunes. Make your way to the magnificent Inland Sea to look across the border to Saudi Arabia.

Doha: Katara Cultural Tour

3. Doha: Katara Cultural Tour

Katara was built to epitomize traditional Qatari architecture. Katara's design makes it a proper environment for cultural, creative, intellectual, and artistic activities through carnivals, social events, symposiums, exhibitions, concerts, and all kinds of artistic expressions. The entire Katara complex is built in a fusion of oriental architectural and retro-romantic style, different from most of Doha's charming new cultural buildings elsewhere in the city. Overlooking the shining blue sea, The Katara Amphitheatre is an architectural beauty created as a fusion of the perpetual Islamic features and classical Greek theatre concept. The Opera House offers a luxurious cultural experience with a blend of Oriental and late Victorian architectural styles, resultant from European 19th-century models and conventional Islamic design. – Outdoor airconditioned commercial Katara Plaza Mall.The Golden Mosque is quite popular for its architecture and location.The Katara Mosque, sometimes referred to as the Blue Mosque of Katara, is a very intricate and beautiful mosque in Qatar. Katara Art Center acts as a hub for emerging cultural communities .

Doha: 4-Hour Cultural Tour

4. Doha: 4-Hour Cultural Tour

Get picked up from your accommodation in Doha and check out the city's most important cultural highlights. Explore Katara Village, a cultural complex built to resemble a traditional Qatari village. Learn about Qatari culture and history in a unique multi-use space named after the historical name used for Qatar prior to the 18th century. Check out a number of Katara's highlights including the open amphitheater, opera house, multipurpose cinema, beach, art gallery, children's cultural center, and theater society. Visit the aptly-named Grand Mosque, a newly-built state mosque opened in 2011. Admire the architectural fusion of traditional Arab style and modern features, including as many as 28 large domes covering the central hall and 65 domes covering the outer quadrangle. Then head to Souq Waqif, the city's largest traditional outdoor market. Peruse the traditional garments, spices, and handicrafts on offer and wander through the traditional falconry market and the gold market. Stop in at some of the dozens of restaurants and shisha lounges that make the market popular with locals and expats alike especially on weekends. Make a stop at Abdulla Bin Zaid Al Mahmoud Islamic Cultural Center and marvel at its characteristic spiral minaret. Learn about the center's social, religious, and educational activities and check out the library onsite. Continue on to the famous Museum of Islamic Art built by the Chinese-American architect I. M. Pei. Choose to enter and view one of the world's most complete collections of Islamic art and artifacts sourced from three continents over 1,400 years. Finally, visit MIA Park, a popular park with locals who come to picnic, walk, and cycle.

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What people are saying about Katara Cultural Village

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 8 reviews

My tour guide Shambhu was extremely knowledgeable of Doha and Qatari history down to the fine detail. He has fantastic English that helps with the experience. He messaged me well before pick up to make it go as smoothly as possible. The tour of Doha was eye-opening and fantastic. I highly recommend it for everyone. The food that Shambhu introduced me to was next level. I look forward to coming back.

Javid, my tour guide was awesome! He really showed me the culture of Qatar and went the extra mile to make my trip as enjoyable as possible.

Wonderful tour arround Doha City. Very experimented guide. Very good price. Best Regards

Excelent city tour. Perfect for a one day stop in Qatar. Highly reccomended!!

We had a very nice day in Doha. Thank you so much Amir and Clare.