From one side, Qatar dazzles its visitors with its beautiful sand dunes. From the other side, it runs many miles into the shimmering Persian Gulf. Apart from these natural allures, the country also boasts several tourist attractions. Here are a few of those.
Museum of Islamic Art
The Museum of Islamic Art is a great place to discover the great artwork done by Muslims in the past. It showcases artworks that were procured from three continents.
Doha’s Corniche runs parallel to Corniche Street. This waterfront promenade offers breathtaking views of the Persian Gulf on one side while offering a peek into Doha’s bustling business district on the other.
National Museum of Qatar
This museum was designed by Jean Nouvel, the same architect who was acclaimed for being the brainchild behind Louvre Abu Dhabi. The building is inspired by a mineral formation found in the Gulf deserts – ‘Desert Rose’. This museum is found just a short drive away from properties like Souq Waqif Boutique Hotels By Tivoli.
Katara Cultural Village
Katara Cultural Village is a fine place to replenish your artistic senses. The village is lined with cobblestone pathways and has its own opera house. It’s a must-visit place during your stay at one of the best hotels in Doha.