Doha is the capital of Qatar. It is a modern and rapidly developing city and, considering the money being poured into construction, Doha looks set to become one of the premier cities in the Gulf within a few years.Doha has a hot desert climate like the rest of Qatar. The best time to visit the city is from December to March when the weather isn’t too hot during the day. Temperatures at this time of year usually roam around 25C (75 F) during the day and between 10-15C (50-60 F) during the night. The mercury can drop below 10C (50 F) sometimes but any recording below 5C (42 F) is extremely rare. The record low is 3.8C (38.8 F). 75 millimetres of rain fall in Doha on average annually and 95% of it is concentrated in months. Summers are long, very hot and typically last from April to November. Temperatures during the day hover around 30C (86 F) in April and November and around 35C (95 F) in October. The hottest part of the summer is from May to September when the average high ranges from 38C (100 F) to 42C (107 F) and the heat can become really uncomfortable coupled with the humidity from the Persian Gulf. Most of the city’s residents stay inside from 11am-7pm and it’s recommended that you either use public transport or take a taxi to where you want to go. Above 45C (113 F) aren’t uncommon and Doha is one of a few cities in the world where the record high is 50C (123 F). Unfortunately the city does remain hot even during the night as the average low is 30C (86 F) in July and August.Citizens of many nationalities can receive a free visa on arrival at Doha Airport (for EU citizens it is valid for 90 days). It has form of a barcode sticked into your passport

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