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This tour takes you to Kathmandu valleys prime destination, Bhaktapur and Patan having great historical stories of Nepal both of the squares are also UNESCO listed world heritage site and. This tour combines two best historical sites of Nepal that represent the cultures, traditions, arts, architecture along landmarks that represents the historical background of Nepal, engraved with spectacular handiworks that are magnificent to observe and discover. Which is best explored by foot. as you go through small alleyways, streets from one courtyard to another are interesting to see and fascinating to explore.
In Bhaktapur the tour gives us the opportunity of exploring the ancient city of Bhaktapur by visiting Nyatapola temple a five-storied 30m high temple and one of the tallest temples in the entirety of Nepal, triple roofed Bhairabnath temple of Taumadh, potters square the focal point of Bhaktapur artistic industry. Bhaktapur Durbar Square is full of monuments, temples, statues, shrines. These are some of the major attractions of the Bhaktapur Durbar Square
The antiquated Royal Palace of Patan represents fine architectures, temples, paintings, courtyards that were built in medieval Nepal.patan durbar square a historical center that presents skillful art, architecture, and engineering of the valley along with iron, metal, and woods works. Walking further into the Durbar Square you come across Taleju temple, chowks, Bhimsen temple, taleju bell, Krishna Mandir built by King Siddhinarsingh Malla in 1637.
In the morning, we take an hour drive to reach Durbar square from your hotel. After reaching the Bhaktapur durbar square which is also known as the Town of the Devotees full of ancient medieval arts, architecture, culture, and lifestyle, you will first visit the Nyatapola temple and many other landmarks and monuments. After visiting the palace center, we get to the pottery section of the square where you will see the traditional way of making potteries.
The city of Patan is also known as The City of Fine Arts as it has many ancient places, temples, and shrines, along with their exquisite cravings giving us and detailed insights about the history of Nepal and truly amazing art and architecture skills of Nepalese people. In Patan Durbar square we visit Krishna Mandir, Patan museum, and many other monuments, landmarks, shrines, etc. After a long day, we head back to the hotel.
Note: Tour duration may differ depending upon the traffic on the way.
Duration: 5-6 Hours
Trip Grade : Easy
Best Season:Jan - May and Sept - Dec
Daily walking: 2 Hours
Transportation: Private Vehicle
Group Size:Minimum 2 Person