"Qatar Now" Guidebook: Special Edition FIFA World Cup™

  • Publish date: Sunday، 04 December 2022
"Qatar Now" Guidebook: Special Edition FIFA World Cup™

The second edition of Qatar Tourism's (QT) twice-yearly "Qatar Now" guidebook provides readers with a thorough overview of the numerous sights, events, and attractions spread out around the country during the FIFA World Cup™ tournament this year.

The special edition of the handbook explores the nation's distinctive past and culture and highlights the diversity of experiences accessible to tourists during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, like desert dune-bashing and taking in live musical entertainment. There are also in-depth interviews with some of the top stars from the event, such as David Beckham.

The glossy, free publication tries to reframe what tourists anticipate from Qatar as a top travel destination. The country's many traveler touchpoints, including hotels, museums, and Hamad International Airport, are all home to "Qatar Now," which made its debut earlier this year (HIA).

A thorough examination of the tournament's activities is provided in the handbook, which includes major music festivals (ARAVIA by MDLBEAST, November 21–December 18), fashion shows (Qatar Fashion United by CR Runway, December 16), and beach activations (West Bay Beach Experience, November 1 – March 31).

The edition also features thorough guides to each of the eight stadiums, with information on their unique designs and excellent sustainability credentials, along with fascinating statistics and data relating to the FIFA World Cup™.

David Beckham, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM ambassador, and Hamad Al Amari, a local comedian, are two of the tournament's most notable figures who are given in-depth interviews. Each of them offers their best advice for planning the ideal trip to Qatar, which is likely to be useful for all types of travelers.

This edition has a detailed section on food and art. Local chefs and food bloggers provide their opinions on the best foods and dining experiences Qatar has to offer, while a few prominent local painters offer a guide to the country's vibrant art culture and most striking architecture.

The editorial content of Qatar Now is intended to motivate both present and potential tourists to the nation and is a component of QT's plan to draw six million tourists by 2030.

The second edition of "Qatar Now" is accessible in English at key visitor touchpoints across the nation and can be downloaded from this website.

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