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Qatar in the Middle East is a little gem of western Asia.
Its capital city is Doha, scattered with high sckyscrapers, luxury hotels and huge shopping malls; it also offers incredible surprises for anyone looking for history and culture with its interesting museums on the Islamic and historic traditions of the country and the majestic mosques.
During your holiday and tailormade tour in Qatar you shouldn't miss a desert safari, an emotion-packed experience that you won't find easy to forget.
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Top 10 bars and restaurants in DohaDoha is a city that you either love or hate. High skyscrapers, luxury hotels and restaurants and, on the other hand, the silence of the desert so incredibly close. If you are planning a visit to this gem of the Middle East, get ready to experience a holiday or tailormade tour that will be emotion-packed and full of surprises. Here is a list of bars and restaurants you shouldn't miss. A must-see on every trip to Doha, THE TORCH - DOHA revolving restaurant (Al Waab Street, Doha) is unlike any other. Located on the 47th floor of The Torch Hotel, the restaurant offers a panoramic view that will absolutely leave you breathless. Discover all the menus while on your Qatar tour.Read more
Why visit Qatar
The State of Qatar is an emirate situated in the Middle East, Asia, on the Arabian peninsula and sorrounded by the Persian Gulf. Its capital city is Doha, its religion is Islam and the ufficial language is Arabic, even if English is common due to the colonial past.
Qatar is morphologically barren and rocky, scattered with rich oilfields and natural gas reserves. Water is extremely scarce and farming almost impossible and the country must rely on import for the most part. The climate is desertic, with hot sultry rainless summers, from May to October, and slightly cooler winters, from November to April, with some brief rainfalls. Shamal, a strong wind, often causes sand storms.