Luxury Travel Packages to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
Our 2022 World Cup packages are customizable, allowing our guests to see Qatar and experience this illustrious tournament the way they want. The 2022 World Cup will offer up some wonderful experiences in addition to the incredible soccer and we think our guests are going to be very impressed with the host country. Qatar offers gorgeous beaches, enticing markets, world-class museums, impressive architecture, and unique landscapes. We’re really excited about this event and this destination and we can’t wait to show you why.
Before you go…
We want to ensure that all your needs are met from the moment we answer your call or email. During the booking process, one of our knowledgeable sports travel specialists will answer any questions you might have and thoroughly go over all the details of your chosen experience including:
- Your package inclusions
- The payment schedule
- When you can expect to receive your travel documents
- What services our At-Your-Service Personal Concierges can offer
While you’re traveling…
One of the things that sets Roadtrips above the rest is our talented host team. Most of our events are staffed by our experienced travel hosts that will do everything they can to make for an extraordinary, stress-free experience. Throughout your travel experience with Roadtrips, your onsite host will be available to personally meet with you to assist you in making the best of your trip. If you are looking for a restaurant reservation near your hotel, our hosts will have suggestions ready.
Upon your return…
Your Personal Concierge will contact you via email the week you return home to inquire about your trip and to invite you to participate in our short online survey. We are constantly looking at ways to improve our travel experiences and your feedback is extremely valuable to us.
Rova will be releasing its special package 2 years before the world cup with a savings plans COMING SOON.
2022 World Cup in Qatar Venues
The 2022 World Cup will be one of the most compact in the tournament’s history. All of the stadiums are within a 55 kilometer (35 mile) radius from Doha, which will make it incredibly convenient for fans. Unlike past tournaments, those attending the tournament can base themselves in one hotel and attend matches in all the different host stadiums without having to fly between cities or take overnight trips. It’s a dream for spectators. Adding to the experience are the incredible venues (all complete with cooling systems to combat the desert heat), most of which are being built specifically for the World Cup.
Al Bayt Stadium
Located about 55 kilometers (35 miles) north of Doha, Al Khor is a coastal city with an abundance of beaches, parks, and mangrove forests. It’s a smaller city but offers plenty for visitors to enjoy. The seafront corniche makes for a scenic walk and the popular Purple Island is a wonderful conservation area worthy of exploration.
Al Rayyan Stadium
Al Rayyan is a city that is passionate about sports, particularly soccer. While it’s technically the second largest city in Qatar, it’s actually considered part of the Doha metropolitan area and close to all of Doha’s attractions including great museums, world-class shopping, heaps of restaurants, and plenty of cultural sites and attractions.
Al Wakrah Stadium
What was originally a fishing and pearling village has developed into one of Qatar’s major urban centers. Al Wakrah is located just south of Doha, and has an abundance of historic architecture. Perhaps its most popular attraction is Al Wakrah Souq — a market with dozens of shops and cafés located on the coastline.
Khalifa International Stadium, Qatar Foundation Stadium, Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium
Khalifa International Stadium is one of only two existing stadiums that will serve as a venue for the 2022 World Cup. Built in 1976, the 40,000-seat stadium has undergone a number of improvements since. Most recently, an extensive renovation was completed in 2017 that included the addition of a state-of-the-art cooling system to ensure both spectators and players are comfortable for the World Cup matches.
Qatar Foundation Stadium, along with a metro line that will connect it to the rest of the city, is being built in Doha’s Education City area, home to several University campuses. The stunning exterior of the stadium features a complex geometrical pattern that will filter and reflect light, designed to represent a diamond in the desert. The 40,000-seat venue is scheduled to open in 2019.
Ras Abu Aboud Stadium will be the first fully dismountable stadium to serve as a World Cup host venue. As an incredible example of sustainable infrastructure, the stadium will be constructed in a modular format which will allow it to later be transported and reassembled in a different location or even converted into smaller structures. For the 2022 World Cup, the stadium will be located on the waterfront with views of Doha’s West Bay skyline.
Lusail is a planned city that’s still in development, approximately 15 kilometers (10 miles) north of Doha. The impressive design for the city includes marinas, manmade islands, parks, residential areas, luxury shopping, golf courses, and a number of entertainment districts. Once construction is complete Lusail will be home to approximately 250,000 residents.