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Car rental in Qatar with SAFETY can help you when planning a holiday to this desert peninsula. We offer top quality customer service and competitive rates on a wide range of rental cars at all our convenient branch locations in Doha. Whatever your budget or plans, our secure online booking is a quick and easy way to have a rental car to travel in comfort and style. Take advantage of our car rental deals in Qatar and see what this exciting destination has to offer.


This vibrant complex is without doubt one of the most atmospheric places to explore in Qatar. Built on an ancient market site, the area remains the social heart of Doha. Centuries ago, Bedouin would bring their sheep, goats and wool here to trade for essentials, and the entire market area has been cleverly redeveloped to look the part of a 19th-century souq, 

Katara is one of the most popular area in Qatar , it is the place to dine , to attend some of the most popular event in the region like the Doha show , it is just a dreamy place , also many cultural events like book review and opera, art exhibition . The place have some of the best restaurants in the town, best sea food , Turkish and many other restaurants .

A seven-kilometre long waterfront promenade around Doha Bay, the Corniche offers spectacular vistas of the city, from the dramatic high rise towers of the central business district to the bold shapes of the Museum of Islamic Art. Traditional wooden dhows lining the Bay evoke echoes of Qatar’s great seafaring past. The Corniche provides a green, vehicle-free pedestrian space.


Rent a car in Doha with SAFETY and enjoy a premium drive experience at competitive rates. Qatar is a small country packed with fascinating culture, panoramic landscapes and striking architecture, and what a better way to explore this ultra-modern city than with a rental car? Doha offers numerous locations that one can explore with rental cars including numerous museums, the corniche, the State Grand Mosque, and the Katara Cultural Village. A rental car will help you to access these attractions more easily. Rent a car in Doha and be able to save time while cruising through this gulf city like a local.


We offer a diverse range of car models that you can choose from for your car rental in Doha. Make your booking online and select your preferred car category. We also offer attractive deals and extras that will enable you to customize your transportation needs. You can choose from wide variety of sedan cars, medium size cars, and SUVs. Please note that we cannot guarantee you will receive a specific car model, only from your selected category. Our cars are new and come with the latest entertainment and safety features to enable you to enjoy a comfortable driving experience.

What vehicle type is right for my trip?

  • Sedans and medium size cars are a great way to travel in comfort and are perfect for longer road trips between cities. 
  • SUVs are ideal for a range of roads and their ample cargo room is helpful for shopping trips.

Some of the extras that we offer at our rent a car branch in Doha include:

  • Additional drivers
  • Child seats
  • GPS
  • Accident protection


With its lavish budget, Qatar is constantly updating its roads, which are laid out in a thoroughly modern network of both two and three lane highways. Traffic congestion should be expected at peak hours along with disruptions due to road construction. Luckily, road signs are printed in English and Arabic which makes it easier to navigate around the country.

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Doha is an ultra-modern city, but just like in other metropolitan areas, traffic jams are common. However, with our rental cars equipped with an optional GPS system, you will have the advantage of selecting the shortest routes. We also recommend that you make good use of your map to help you understand more about the various locations around the city. Parking in Qatar is done through a convenient mobile app called Q-Parking which you can easily download on your smartphone.


Up to the mid-20th century, when gas and oil was discovered, Qatar was one of the poorest countries in the Middle East. The country was ruled by various countries until the mid-1970s, and fishing was a key economic activity. Currently, Doha is a mecca for shopping enthusiasts as the city is home to some of the most opulent places to shop like the Villagio Mall, which is listed by Forbes as one of the best worldwide, Landmark Mall, Gulf Mall and many more. When it comes to food, this city has plenty of cuisine options to offer. There are Middle Eastern eateries, as well as upscale restaurants that feature some of the world's most celebrated chefs. Winter is one of the best times to explore the city as temperatures are relatively cool.


Qatar offers a diverse range of destinations that incorporate both ancient and modern attractions. From the Katara Cultural Village to the Museum of Islamic art and to the iconic Aspire dome, a rental car will help you to explore Qatar like a local. Ever heard of desert greenery? Visit the Al Thakira Mangroves with your rental car and discover another side of Qatar. A drive to the Al Zubarah Fort and the abandoned village will be another noteworthy experience. This destination was the first in Qatar to be listed by UNESCO as a world heritage site. As the city prepares to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, this city is abuzz with activities and with your rental car, there is so much to observe.

Distance from Doha International Airport

  • To Katara Cultural Village via Al Matar St: 19 miles or 30 minutes
  • To Al Thakira Mangroves via Al Shamal Road: 51 miles or 1 hour 20 minutes


Doha is a center of commerce, finance, culture and healthcare in the Middle East. The city boasts offices of numerous top banks, insurance firms, multinational corporations, and shipping companies. The city is well supplied with world-class hotels where business people frequent to hold meetings and retreats. When you find yourself in the city on business you may need to go from meeting to meeting, on your agenda. With a car rental, you can do this easily. Just make sure to factor in time for traffic and to locate parking.


With its lavish budget, Qatar is constantly updating its roads, which are laid out in a thoroughly modern network of both two and three lane highways. Traffic congestion should be expected at peak hours along with disruptions due to road construction. Luckily, road signs are printed in English and Arabic which makes it easier to navigate around the country.

Additional tips for driving in Qatar:


Top 4 Architectural Sights

Envisioned as a beacon for promoting multiculturalism and global harmony the Katara Cultural Village near Doha is Qatar's largest, most multidimensional project. It offers a blend of 21st century galleries, theaters, concert halls and cutting edge facilities. Before shopping malls, the souq was the economic and social hub for Arabs, and the Souq Watif in Doha is its 21st century equivalent. This open air marketplace, fragrant with spices, perfumes and exotic incense, hums with activity as well as great food and fun. Venture off the main street to browse the many mud rendered shops that snake through a labyrinth of narrow alleyways. Doha's Museum of Islamic Art is a modern masterwork in the use of light and space and is home the largest collection of Islamic art in the world. High atop the West Bay of Doha, the sandstone facade of the State Grand Mosque is an imposing structure mixing traditional Arabic and modern architecture, exemplified by its huge outdoor spaces, crisp lines, minaret and sparkling half-moon designs.

Top 4 Natural Sights

Khor Al Udaid Beach is a true desert marvel. As the sea advances on the desert by day it forms an inland sea that constantly changes the shape and size of the surrounding dunes. As the day wanes, the sea begins to recede, revealing a sparkling array of colors at sunset and at night dunes as large as 130 feet high stand starkly amidst the starlit desert landscape. At the Brouq Nature Reserve visitors can enjoy Qatar's wildlife including the Arabian Oryx, gazelles, ostriches and the peninsula's flora and fauna. Dukhan Beach is among the most exotic beaches in the world with excellent surfing along gorgeous white sand, gently rolling hills and interesting limestone formations. For the true Qatar experience, nothing inspires more awe and wonder than a safari over the rolling dunes and flawlessly smooth sand that seemingly stretch forever in the vast Doha Desert.


Katara Cultural Village is the largest and the most multidimensional cultural project of Qatar. It is a place where people come together to experience the cultures of the world. With beautiful theatres, concert halls, exhibition galleries and cutting-edge facilities, Katara aims to become a world leader for multi-cultural activities
Souq Waqif is a marketplace in Doha, in the state of Qatar. The Souq is noted for selling traditional garments, spices, handicrafts, and souvenirs. It is also home to dozens of restaurants and Shisha lounges. Although it dates back at least a hundred years, it was renovated in 2006 to conserve its traditional Qatari architectural style. The area is very popular with locals and immigrants alike as it offers multiple dining options in the same location.
The Doha Corniche is a waterfront promenade extending for seven kilometers along Doha Bay in the capital city of Qatar, Doha. Annual celebrations of national holidays such as Qatar National Day and National Sports Day are centered on the Doha Corniche. It is a popular tourist and leisure attraction within Qatar
The state Mosque Qatar is one of the largest mosques in Qatar and has been renamed after the great Muslim theologian, reformer and pioneer of the 18th century “Imam Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab”. Ibn Abdul Wahab (1703-1792) propagated for removing negatives and undesirable innovations in Islam. He admonished Muslims to follow only the original values of Islam as typified by the Salaf and to discard exploitations introduced by bidah (heretic innovations) in his teachings.
The Museum of Islamic Art represents Islamic art from three continents over 1,400 years. MIA is the flagship of Qatar Museums which, under the leadership of its Chairperson H.E. Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, is transforming the State of Qatar into a cultural capital of the Middle East.

MIA sheds light on our origins to illuminate our future. Through safeguarding masterpiece collections of Islamic art and showcasing extraordinary exhibitions, MIA shares knowledge, spreading curiosity, understanding, and joy.