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Doha Metro. How to move by metro in the capital of Qatar

Doha Metro

Super Modern and highly efficient. The Doha Metro was designed to make it easy to travel around the city.
The ideal way to get around during the 2022 FIFA Arab Cup.

Quick, fast and very economical, it is the ideal way to get around the city. Three lines and a total of 37 stations that connect the center of Doha with the suburbs, allowing you to also reach the futuristic Hamad airport, the stadium and the most important points of interest.

The stations inside and outside are all equipped with displays with travel information. They are perfectly accessible for wheelchairs and strollers.


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The red line extends for a total of 40km, along the South-North axis. It connects the two terminus Al Wakra and Lusail, passing through the airport. 18 total stations. Lusail QNB, terminus in the north, is the departure station of the purple line of the Lusail Tram.
The Gold line crosses the Red line perpendicularly, connecting the Ras Bu Aboud and Al Aziziyah terminus from east to west. A total of 11 stations, including Sport City (Khalifa International Stadium stop) and Al Aziziyah (for Villaggio Mall). It is the shortest of the three lines, for a total of 14 km.
The green line, on the other hand, connects Al Mansoura and Al Riffa. It extends for a total of 22 kilometers.


The metro is open every day, from Monday to Sunday, including public holidays, from 06:00 to 22:30.
During FIFA Arab Cup matches, the Doha Metro operates 21 hours a day from 06:00 to 03:00.
Only on Fridays, the first bus is at 09:00 in the morning.

The frequencies of the races are around 5 minutes.

To travel on the Doha Metro you will need to buy a rechargeable card (Travel Card) at a cost of 10AED (just over 2€). Each journey on the metro and tram, within 90′, costs 2AED, for a maximum of 6AED for unlimited travel within a day. Learn more from here.


The three lines converge in only two interchange stations where you can easily move from one to the other.
Al Bidda is an interchange of the green and red lines.
In Msheire, however, all three metro lines pass.


The fare for adults and children is always the same. Children aged 5 and over must also purchase their own Travel Card. Children up to 4 travel free with a paying adult.

To travel alone on the Metro, children must be at least 9 years old.

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