The Pearl, the most glamorous addresses in Qatar are located on these man-made islands, almost four million square meters of residential and commercial space. It is also home to over 30 of the world’s most renowned restaurants and cafés. Al Corniche, a long promenade stretching over four miles along the half-moon bay of Doha. The pavement begins in the north at the Sheraton Park and extends to the construction of the new National Museum in the south. In between, you’ll find restaurants, outdoor exercise equipment, the Museum of Islamic Art, the MIA Park. Katara Village, site of many cultural activities including art exhibitions, films, operas, orchestras, and festivals. Built to replicate a traditional Qatari village with a few twists thrown.
Be sure to visit the Roman amphitheater and test the amplifying acoustics by standing in the middle of the stage and speaking in a normal voice. Grand Mosque Great mixture of modern and old culture. Souq Waqif – the standing market or heritage market, where you can check your bargaining skill for souvenirs, traditional garments, spices, handicrafts, pieces of jewelry, etc. with a lot of restaurants and cafes makes your evening walk memorable.