Everyone’s favorite football event is coming up, and you’re going to want to make the best of your time in Russia. Here are a few things you can do before and during the World Cup.
More than a million football fans from 32 countries will make the annual pilgrimage to Qatar this month.
More than just football, the Gulf country has plenty of entertainment opportunities. Such as stars from some of the world’s top networks.
In just a few days, all eyes will be on the world, with more than half the population expected to tune in to watch all of the games. Qatar is excited and determined to present a show that everyone will remember.
Between the 12 years of construction for Qatar, more than a dozen hotels. Also, leisure complexes have been built in the region to help facilitate guests during the World Cup. New entertainment venues, beaches, resorts, museums, and restaurants – it’s all part of the package.
Multiple music festivals run concurrently with the World Cup. Fans can enjoy live performances by Black Eyed Peas and Armin van Buuren.
Friday, a Barcelona-based DJ named Enrique Iglesias played at Doha Golf Club in the Middle East. Black Eyed Peas is expected to play there the following night.
The Arcadia Festival is slated to run from November 19 to December 19. It will be an international festival with three iconic stages that are attracting attention from across the world.
50-tonne Spider sets are coming to Daydream Festival; meanwhile, the Reactor stage hosts exciting acts such as Tiesto and Alesso. Meanwhile, Daydream Festival will take over at the Doha Golf Club with exciting artists like ATB and Paul van Dyk.
Some of the most exciting new openings in Qatar are in 2022. This includes the 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum, which opened last month. It will be the country’s first national museum.
The World Cup is an international tournament that draws thousands of spectators worldwide. More than 1.2 million people are expected to travel to Qatar during this time, and over 2.9 million tickets have been sold.
As football fever reaches its peak globally, Qatar is preparing for a shock AFC Asian Cup victory. A unique range of accommodations has been readied for traveling fans who want to experience different cultures.
From cozy apartments on wheels to cabins on moored cruise ships. There are so many options available that you don’t have to put up with strains of hostility while your home country points the finger at you.
Visitors to the country showed a significant spike in international arrivals during September. In total, 151,000 visitors came to visit this month, with 28 percent coming from Saudi Arabia. This figure was also up by five percent from last year’s period.
Qatar hosts a wide array of cultural and entertainment opportunities for the whole family during the World Cup.
“The countrywide festival will include more than 90 special events set to take place on the tournament’s sidelines and will have an international flavor.” This major event will have match viewing areas, music festivals, cultural displays, and street performances.
Doha is home to the Corniche, a 6km (3.7 miles) stretch of road by the water that has been pedestrianized since November. There are many activities people can partake in, and you can participate in them too.
When considering the numbers, you can see that Qatar will have tens of thousands of security forces in place to ensure a smooth-running World Cup.
The host country has signed numerous security cooperation deals with several countries, including Morocco, Pakistan, the United Kingdom, Turkey, and NATO. Not much else needs to be said.