Qatar is a country rich in culture and steeped in tradition,
all against an ever-expanding backdrop of skyscrapers and luxurious hotels.
It’s capital Doha could be considered the new Dubai, with an up and coming
presence in the holiday market, year-round sun and a wealth of cultural
delights to discover.
This status as a must-visit destination for tourists is only
destined to rise, as Qatar is hosting the Football World Cup in 2022. This
means if you’re planning a trip in the future it pays to reserve this as early
as possible because hotels will be booked up by those visiting to watch the
The city and its offerings are relatively untouched – it hasn’t yet become a tourist hot-spot. But should you choose to spend a couple of weeks in Qatar, you can…