Katara Cultural Village Neighborhood tours

Our most recommended Katara Cultural Village Neighborhood tours

Doha: Private Night City Tour

1. Doha: Private Night City Tour

This tour is ideal for those who are in Doha city for a short visit and travelers who have a flight stop at Doha Airport and don't want to waste time waiting at the airport for their next flight. Travel with your expert tour guide through some of the city's top attractions, making stops for photos. Visit the Pearl, an artificial island located offshore of Doha's West Bay Lagoon area, known as the first land in Qatar to be available for freehold ownership by foreign nationals. Later you will visit Katara Cultural Village, located on the eastern coast between West Bay and the Pearl. Katara was born out of a vision to position the State of Qatar as a cultural beacon of art. The last stop will be at the traditional old supermarket (Souq Waqif). Here you will enjoy visiting the falcon shops, and you can admire the spices, materials, perfumes, and conventional handcraft shops.

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

2. 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: Private City Tour

3. Doha: Private City Tour

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel and then drive along the Corniche to view the old Dhow Harbor and the west bay area. Next, head to the gold souq and be dazzled by the glittering items on display in all the different shops. Head next to Katara Culture Village, which hosts many seminars and cultural events promoting artists and their artwork. Continue to the Souq Waqif, noted for its traditional architecture and spice and perfume shops. Browse the traditional handicraft shops and discover areas dedicated to animals such as horses, and camels and an area reserved for falconing.

From Doha Airport: Qatar Transit Tour

4. From Doha Airport: Qatar Transit Tour

Make good use of transit through Hamad International Airport and get the perfect introduction to the beautiful city of Doha. Drive along the 7-kilometer Corniche road to admire the old part of the city and the unique buildings of West Bay. Next, visit an extraordinary artificial island created in the shape of an oyster, representing Qatar's roots. Move on to the cultural center of the Katara, home to a theater, opera house, galleries, and restaurants from different countries on the Arabian Peninsula. Learn more about the heritage and traditions of Qatar, and hear about the international, regional, and local festivals, workshops, performances, and exhibitions held at the heritage site. Fall in love with the lively Souq Waqif bazaar, a showpiece of the nation's traditional architecture, handicrafts, and folk art. Get dropped off at the airport in time for your onward flight.

Doha: Katara Cultural Tour

5. 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 .

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