The National Museum of Qatar
The National Museum of Qatar is the pristine public historical center which opened in Doha at least a year prior. The historical center was proclaimed one of the world’s most noteworthy spots to visit in 2019 by Time Magazine and was roused by the desert rose precious stone found in Qatar itself.
Neighboring Souq Waqif in midtown Doha, the Falcon Souq is the most searched out place for hawk darlings in the whole city. The market is tremendously well known for its vaporous shops loaded up with many hawks and different birds drawing in the bold part.
The Doha Corniche is a seven-kilometer long common public field covering the Doha Bay beginning from the Sheraton Hotel and finishing with the National Museum of Islamic Art.
The Aspire Zone
A piece of the Aspire Zone situated in the area of Baaya, Aspire Park is the greatest park around there. It is the ideal spot to unwind with its sporting offices after a daylong of shopping at Hyatt Plaza and Villagio Mall which are before the recreation center.
Go to the Beautiful and Existing Aqua Park
15 kms from the primary city, Aqua Park is a water-themed park which offers various rides and exercises to individuals, all things considered, and gatherings. Of a complete space of 50,000 square meters and with a convenience limit of more than 3000 guests, the recreation center had begun as a little one at first yet in the end developed into a serious marvelous one.
Absorb the Qatari Culture at the Katara Cultural Village
Broadly known as the ‘Valley of Cultures’, the Katara Cultural Village is the go-to put in case you’re eager about craftsmanship, culture and engineering. It was opened in October 2010 as a piece of Doha Tribeca Film Festival and since has it consistently. The town has a plenitude to see and you can’t get enough of it.