Souqs are the traditional market places in Qatar that attract people from around the world for its souvenirs, local delicacies and much more. Walk through the market, Souq Al Wakra defined by its spacious courtyards and alleyways.
With its liveliest experiences, the Souq takes tourists on a magical journey. Tourists are given a sneak peek into the lives of those who have live long enough to tell a story of their past. There is a lot more to the market place that people should explore like the traditional architecture, old clay structures, stables and mosques.
One of the most picturesque places, Souq Wakra is similar to Souq Waqif and is filled with several recreational options for visitors. Built on an old ideal of traditional markets in Qatar, people can shop, dine and have the best time of their lives with their family and friends. It is not like any other mall or marketplace seen in the Middle East. When it comes to going out with your family, people can enjoy the waterfront promenade on one side, shops and restaurants on the other side.
With the stunning views of the sunset, going on a dhow cruise, it is one of the best places to visit in Qatar. The place has all kinds of fun activities which include visiting the mosque to enjoy some peaceful time.
With tiny shops selling all kinds of products right from décor, jewelry, dates, bags, metal pieces and much more, people will never want to leave the place. Dallah coffee pots, Bedouin weaving, carpets, hookah are some of the most precious items that can be bought from the market. The Spring Festival is an annual event, hosted in the market, that attracts several tourists from around the world. Besides the event, people are attracted to the promenade along the sea.
- Restaurants and coffee shops
- Traditional markets
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