DOHA AIRPORT ADDRESS (Common Address for all Doha departure place)
Doha International Airport (DOH)
Doha, Qatar (QA)
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.
Salzburg Airport - IAA Code - SZG
Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart (SZG)
Innsbrucker Bundesstr. 95, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Salzburg is a beautiful, baroque city located right on the Salzach River, with parks, historical sites and wonderful music venues, plus shopping and dining spots that won’t put a huge hole in your pocketbook. This is the place of Mozart’s youth and you will see his imprint across the town. Salzburg is also considered a world-class live music destination. In summer, it hosts the famous Salzburg Festival, bringing thousands to enjoy live, classical music. The classic film “The Sound of Music” was filmed in this city and in the surrounding hills.The Salzburg Cathedral is probably the city’s most significant piece of church architecture. With its magnificent façade and mighty dome it represents the most impressive early Baroque edifice north of the Alps. The Salzburg Museum tells the story of Salzburg, its history, famous residents, and culture. The Panorama museum next door, depicts the historic center of Salzburg and its surroundings in 1829. It offers a trip through time into the history of Salzburg. Located just above the city, Hohensalzburg Fortress offers visitors a stunning view of the city of Salzburg and its environs. The chambers and vaults of the Fortress Castle Museum present relics from the fortress history, offering insight into fortress life and customs. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born here on January 27, 1756. Today the building where the Mozart household lived houses a museum. The most famous exhibits include Mozart’s childhood violin, his concert violin, his clavichord, the pianoforte, portraits and correspondence of the Mozart family. One of the loveliest city parks in Europe is the Mirabell Gardens. Half-way through the arcade, you can enter the Hedge Maze with the “Heckentheater” or “hedge theatre” still used for musical productions. Finally the Salzburg gnome or dwarf garden is another part of the Mirabell gardens. It contains statues of gnomes or dwarfs, little people with grotesque faces that look more like caricatures.The best time to visit Salzburg is from September to October when summer crowds have tapered off and you can enjoy the beautifully pruned gardens in comfortable temperatures.