Being at the World Cup is all you have to do to experience the incredible atmosphere of people from all over the world who share the same passion for football gather in one place. The feeling of constant joy and days in which all you care about is football and nothing else.
That time of the year for the big moments, the big stars, the big roars, and rivalry football clubs cheering one another. Having nothing but the best of both worlds. Experiencing not just the world biggest tournament but Qatar, rich in culture, people and history.
Qatar is a country in the Middle East that boasts of its iconic locations as a paradise for travelers coming from all around the world. With splendid beaches, serene desert landscapes, and a mind-boggling culinary experience, this is a country that offers a whole package. A vibrant city with a cosmopolitan feel, exquisite natural beauty.
No matter what type of traveler or football fan you may be, Qatar should be one of your top destinations this season as it doesn’t only offers exquisite natural beauty, iconic landmarks, entertainment and adventure but the world biggest tournament.
You too should be in Qatar for the best of both worlds this season with the World Cup being upon us once again and, as always, the eyes of the world are focused on the event.
Everything has been put in place just to make the magic happen. New seven buildings are ready and match-tested for the World Cup, while the stunning designs of Al-Bayt Stadium and Al Janoub, shaped like a pearl, will ensure that Qatar gets 10 out of 10 for aesthetics and stylistics this season.
Countdown to the World Cup
Qatar has been host to many international events, including the Asian Games and the 2006 Asian Cup. Now it’s Qatar’s turn to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
This will be the first time the World Cup will be held in the Middle East. Many people are excited about the prospect of Qatar hosting the World Cup and you should too.
The country has all the infrastructure to host a successful World Cup. As well as a strong commitment to developing sport in the country.
The countdown to the world Cup is well and truly on to a global showpiece in the middle east with some super star performers looking up the ultimate prize.
There will be a total of 32 countries that will compete for the ultimate prize on the football’s grandest stage.
Who Are Your Favorites?
Brazil may not have savored world cup glory since 2002, but they are five times winners and currently boast the strength in depth with the likes of Neymar, Vinicius junior and Alisson at their disposal – to make them 9/2 (5.50) favorites in Qatar.
France are another of those that are well fancied to mount a serious challenge for the ultimate prize.
England made their way to the semi finals in 2018, before reaching a final on home soil at Euro 2020.
Find out who your favorites are to go all the way and which of the outsiders could spring a surprise at this year’s world cup.
Book a trip with Kalabash to make your dreams come through
If funding is the first thing you are thinking about when planning your trip to Qatar then book a trip with Kalabash by using the Pay Small Small option that enables you to make a down payment of 25% and spread the rest of the installment over a couple of month.
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