Thousands of people have participated and enjoyed the Eid-related festivities held at Souq Waqif and Souq Al Wakrah, which concluded on Sunday night, according to the Private Engineering Office (PEO).
Qatar’s centuries old traditional market, Souq Waqif, hosted a variety of activities to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, drawing thousands of visitors, mostly families and children, during the holiday season.
The April Festival concluded at both Souq Waqif and Souq Al Wakrah Friday, amid great turnout from the public.
Residents and visitors flocked in large numbers to the conclusion of the Souq Waqif Spring Festival Friday. The 15-day festival showcased an array of fun-filled activities for kids of all ages and for the young at heart.
Shop Qatar’s Souq Waqif tours continue to attract many residents and visitors who want to have a deeper understanding of Doha’s traditional market, Embrace Doha CEO Amal al-Shammari has said.
The Spring Festival activities hosted by the Organising Committee of the Private Engineering Office at Souq Waqif until January 4 have attracted a massive turnout of visitors from different nationalities, including Kuwaiti and Omani tourists.