Interesting place and family orientated. There are movie theatres and a lot of development happening presently. There is a beautiful beach and some nice restaurants.
The Cultural Village is just amazing, great place where you can walk next to the beach while you are drinking "Karak" (it tastes really good you should try it)... The place has some exhibitions and a variety of restaurants, coffee shops & Ice cream places. The beach is open to public and has many activities, like para-sailing, jet-skiing... etc
This is a visit for those who have seen all of Qatar and are just looking at "chilling" by the beach, enjoying a meal and removing tons of awesome photographs.....when there are exhibitions, boat shows etc the place is "buzzing"....The architecture of the amphitheater is breathtaking as also the walk along the entire boardwalk..(a little 'nippy' at night, so carry... More
The continuing road works make navigation a little tricky but once you get there, there is plenty to see and do, especially when there are exhibits. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes to sit and dine while watching the sun go down. The architecture of the area are beautiful - very photogenic, I must say.
There is not much to see at Katara unless you are attending an event or going for dinner. You can walk along the water and the restaurants are great but other than that not much to see. They also have a beach during day but unsure if western bathing suits are allowed, probably not.
I've been living in Qatar for a while and Katara is still one of my absolute favorite places. Every time I go there, I walk around and find myself in some cool exhibition just like that! tried the seafood restaurant: L'wzaar, Lebanese Armenian: Mamig, Egyptian: Khan Farouk...yum! There's an opera house where I attended the BBC Symphony orchestra, it was... More
lovely family entertainment, you could get on dhows, watch show see models. We ate in the Indian restaurant, very nice food but expensive and no alcohol. Very modern space, free shuttle to and from taxis
It's an good attempt to create a new but old style cultural and art district. Has some good restaurant overlooking the sea. Usually has some fairs and activities for all.
Very pleasant place, where you can experience, a day on the beach, a large variety of restaurants offering cuisines from around the world, art and culture with a beautiful open amphitheatre. At night, during the weekends, parking can be an issue.
Katara Cultural Village can't quite make up its mind what it wants to be. What is certain, however, is that it is unsophisticated and lacking in any kind of warmth or welcome. Typically for Doha, money has been spent - a lot probably- but to no obvious purpose.There are a few food outlets, which are over-priced. They sell various E-numbers... More
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