Qatar Tourism has launched a new stopover vacation campaign with David Beckham. The campaign reveals Beckham’s action-packed adventure across the country in 48 hours, showing how Qatar can be a great stopover for all visitors.
Whether exploring the winding spice markets of Souq Waqif, soaking up local street art, cooking tacos, camping in the desert and touring Doha by motorbike, Beckham accompanies local celebrities to discover a country with countless surprises.
The best stopover packages in the world
More than 80% of the world’s population lives within a six-hour flight of Qatar, making this destination a great place to turn a layover into a mini-break. With this new campaign, Qatar Tourism seeks to raise awareness of the best stopover packages in the world, offered by Qatar Airways. Packages start from £12 per person per night for a 4-star hotel and £17 per person for a five-star hotel. Holidaymakers can book now at: qatarairways.com/stopover.
The global Qatar Tourism campaign will see content on digital advertising, social media channels, the Qatar Tourism website and selected partners. The campaign video will also be hosted on Qatar Airways’ Oryx in-flight entertainment system.
Qatar Tourism Chairman and Qatar Airways Group Managing Director, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker said, “It was a pleasure to welcome David to Qatar, where he immersed himself in the culture and made the direct experience of the warm hospitality of the people. I encourage the millions of people who pass through Qatar every year to follow in David’s footsteps and create their own exciting adventure and memories. We have something for everyone at an incredible price, whether it’s sun, sea sand, rich heritage and culture, surprising nature or a modern and modern city break. fun.”
David Beckham said: “Qatar surprised me with a wide range of great experiences that you can have in just 48 hours. The people are warm and welcoming, and it’s a great place to spend a few days.”
He added: “The people of Qatar are really passionate about their culture and the mix of modern and traditional creates something really special. I saw so many things on my trip, from spice markets to museums to a motorbike ride which was one of the highlights.”