As the annual turn of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 continues, Tourism has revealed its short-term goals for 2022, as well as its long-term vision for tourism.

“Tourism Strategy 2030” maintains a diverse coastal landscape experience and attracts a number of new restaurants, parks, shops, and major entertainment centers in the near future or looks forward to the swift start of the main event.

The plan is to double the number of international visitors annually to six million by 2030, could become the Middle East’s fastest-growing country for international visitors by 2030.

The country’s tourism aims to spend four times as many guests by a rate in 2019 by increasing the long term and increasing tourism products, adding 10% of the country’s GDP for travel and tourism by 2030.

As part of this, Qatar has added 105 restaurants and cafes to its headquarters as the country prepares to host the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

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New facilities, including Banyan Tree Doha; Pullman Bay west of Doha; West Bay JW Marriott; and the Steigenberger restaurant, will expand the interest of the city to more travelers regardless of budget and enhance the guest experience.

Besides, the first stadium of the FIFA World Cup would be great.

Built from a shipping container with movable seats, the Ras Abu Aboud Stadium will bring something new to competitive guests in the future.

The 40,000 seats will be completely cleaned and replaced after the event, some of which will be used to build stadiums in Qatar and abroad.

Sports cargo bags were originally sent to Qatar for construction.