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Qatar: a cultural crossroads Firmly fixated on the future, and with centuries of fascinating culture to celebrate, Qatar is an exciting, must-see destination

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Images, from left: Museum of Islamic Art; fun in the desert; the Doha skyline; fine dining in Qatar

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very warm welcome – not least because the sun shines bright in Qatar throughout the year – to this Selling Travel guide that tells you all you need to know to get a handle on one of the world’s most dynamic, fast-evolving destinations. Al Thakira Qatar is Mangroves rapidly becoming a firm Al Khor fixture on everyone’s bucket list. The glittering, worldclass capital, Doha, is

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crammed with wonders that include its magnificent Museum of Islamic Art, a vibrant and traditional-style souq, and thriving sports, arts and culinary scenes – it is the perfect place for visitors of all ages and tastes. Getting here is a dream. Doha’s modern Hamad International Airport is located just 15 minutes from the centre of town. Even better, guests can forego the hassle of entry paperwork as a free, multi-entry visa waiver is available on arrival for visitors from 80 countries, including the UK. Qatar’s seamless merging of old and new is encapsulated in the beautiful sight of traditional dhows on the waters of Doha Bay against a stunning modern skyline. It’s no surprise that Doha was recognised in

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Hamad International Airport

Khor Al Adaid (The Inland Sea)

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Firmly fixated on the future, and with centuries of fascinating culture to celebrate, Qatar is an exciting, must-see destination