DOHA to London
DOHA AIRPORT ADDRESS (Common Address for all Doha departure place) Doha International Airport (DOH) Doha, Qatar (QA) P.O.Box: 22550 Doha, Qatar
Doha, the capital of Qatar, is a fusion of traditional Arab culture and the highly modern, with an international flair provided by its diverse expatriate population. In 2022, Qatar is set to host the Federation of International Football Association World Cup. Doha is an international shopper's paradise with malls selling everything from affordable fashion, jewelry to high-end couture. Traditional Middle Eastern marketplaces, like the Souq Waqif, sell an entire spectrum of products. A long walkway along the shores of the Persian Gulf, Doha's Corniche is a place to relax and take in the local charm. People can learn more about the Islamic faith at Fanar, the Qatar Islamic Cultural Center, which seeks to "help all non-Arabs to have a better understanding of Islam and culture of Qatar.". The food scene in Doha is quite diverse, both in terms of cuisine and price. Smaller Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Indian restaurants are found all over the city offering authentic regional delicacies. Qatar has also has numerous Chinese, Thai and Korean establishments in addition to many places that serve traditional Middle Eastern fare. For something fancy, visit restaurants in the major hotels, which offer nontraditional menu items like sushi. The best time to visit Dubai is during the winter months, from November to April. January and February see heavy tourist traffic because of the Dubai Shopping Festival, which makes the city come alive.
London London Heathrow Airport Airport Code: LHR Heathrow Airport Limited The Compass Centre Nelson Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW6 2GW London Gatwick Airport London Gatwick International Airport Airport Code: LGW Gatwick Airport West Sussex RH6 0NP
In terms of cultural attractions, world-class restaurants and unusual diversions, London is a city that is unparalleled. There is no exaggeration when you say that a person can pursue a different recreational activity in the city every night of the year, but that degree of choice is surely overwhelming for a new tourist. St Paul's Cathedral standing sentry over London for many centuries, and Sir Christopher Wren’s 300-year-old masterpiece never fails, with its colossal nave and crypt, glittering Victorian mosaics and mighty dome. London’s infamous fortress, The Tower of London, retains an aura of menace, despite being dwarfed by modern skyscrapers. For over 1,000 years it has been a palace, prison, armoury, barracks, mint, menagerie and place of execution: three young Queens lost their heads here. As soon as you enter, check the Jewel House queue and pounce as soon as it looks manageable. London’s most famous bridge, the Towerbridge Walkway, has opened new glass floors in its two upper walkways, which formerly had limited views, allowing visitors to see one of the famous ‘bridge lifts’ from above. Soaring 135 metres above the River Thames, the London Eye, is a slowly rotating observation wheel and on a clear day the half-hour round trip is a memorable way to get a fine view over London. The Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace takes place at 11.30am daily from May to July. As far back as anyone can remember, Londoners have taken to this hill on Hampstead Heath, NW3, to survey the changing city skyline far below. The view stretches from Westminster in the west, via the Shard to the Olympic Park in the east. Take a picnic on high days and holidays – and a kite if you’ve got one. Access is free and the nearest public transport is the London Overground at Gospel Oak or Hampstead Heath, or the Northern Line to Hampstead Underground. The best time to visit London is in the spring when the temperatures are mild and the city's parks are green and blooming.