The Qatar World Cup 2022 It has already begun and with it doubts and surprises begin. From the low temperatures in the stadiums, to the payment methods and the traffic, they have generated confusion among the newcomers, so we tell you how it has gone in the first days of the tournament so that you take your precautions.

You have to anticipate the transfers for the Qatar 2022 matches

If you already have a ticket for a game in Mexico (or any other in Qatar 2022) you have to beat time. We recommend you leave at least 3 hours in advance, since despite being very efficient, the metro fills up and the traffic also gets rough.

You will still have to take into account that there are failures with technology in Qatar. For this reason, the stadiums have considerable spaces during the first minutes of the game and if you do not want to miss anything, it is better to arrive very early at the stadiums.

Transfers, payments and cold: 5 tips for Mexicans who will attend the Qatar 2022 World Cup matches
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To this we must add the queue at the entrances and the review that will be your turn, as well as your backpack if you carry it. Be careful there, because there is a long list of items that are not allowed, so if you can leave the unnecessary in your accommodation, you will also save time.

Makeup is among these prohibited items; For example, powders do not pass and security asks you to throw them away before entering. Although the solution could be that you leave your things in the lockers outside the stadium that were enabled by the organization of Qatar 2022.

And as for external batteries to charge the phone, only one passes per person.

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The money: Not all cards pass in the stadiums of Qatar

If you will attend the stadium, you will surely find yourself with the notice that you cannot pay with all credit and debit cards, so we tell you so that you can contemplate it at once. At the food and beverage stalls, you can only make payments with VISA cards.

Otherwise, you would have to use cashbut not in dollars or euros, but in qatari reals. And beyond going to the exchange houses, we recommend you have lunch or dinner before your game in Qatar 2022, since for now the food runs out very quickly and the variety is not much.

By the way, the theme of the cards is the same in the FIFA official stores They are in the stadiums.

Transfers, payments and cold: 5 tips for Mexicans who will attend the Qatar 2022 World Cup matches
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It’s cold in Qatar… yes, cold and you have to wrap up warm

It is not a lie that it is hot in Qatar. During the day you only want to walk fresh and we recommend you use sunscreen, but things change a lot at night. From the first day of the World Cup, we realized that you have to wear a jacket and even pants.

The stages that host the World Cup are air conditioned; However, the temperature also drops and above all, there is a lot of wind. In short, you have to be prepared for all kinds of temperatures and it will be better to carry your sweatshirt than to be cold during matches and even get sick.

At least at Al Bayt Stadium there were even blankets, but at Al Thumama things are more relaxed… now it’s better to be safe.

And what happens if I’m Mexican, I get sick?

Beyond going to any doctor, Mexicans have the attention of the Center Mexico Qatar 2022 found in Katara. In addition to helping with procedures such as document replacement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will provide medical service if you need it.

The telephone number of the offices is the following: (+974) 4012 0590. The Center’s hours are 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Doha time.

We have also been told that pharmacies in Qatar are quite friendly. In a few words, you can arrive and just say that you have a headache or stomach ache so that they give you the corresponding medicine… yes, it’s that easy.

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J. A. Allen

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