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Discover Qatar the new stopover destination


With a vast array of world-class hotels, beautiful beaches and charming cultural attractions, a visit to Qatar is not to be missed. And a short stopover in this vibrant city has never been easier with a range of flight options and no visa required. It’s the perfect stopover for luxury travellers wanting to break up long journeys to the Indian Ocean, Asia, Africa or Australasia. Previously tourists


The Souq Waqif WHAT TO DO


MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC ART: To learn more about the region’s heritage head straight to the Museum of Islamic Art, which houses art from the past 14 centuries and from across three continents. This acclaimed museum is seen as one of the world’s greatest, offering a fascinating insight into Islamic culture.


SOUQWAQIF: For an authentic taste of Arab street life, encourage your guests to wander through the bustling lanes of the Souq Waqif. This lively spot showcases some of the best local architecture and is ideal for indulging in delicious cuisine and shopping like a local. It’s also the ideal spot for people watching. Advise guests to visit the Souq after dark to experience the area when it truly comes to life.


The Museum of Islamic Art


had access to a free four-day transit visa, but now UK residents can visit the cultural capital of the Middle East completely visa free. Citizens from 80 countries no longer need to apply or pay for a visa, instead a multi- entry waiver will be issued free-of-charge for visitors holding a passport valid for more than six months and a confirmed onward or return ticket.


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