Bhaktapur and Patan Sightseeing Tour
"Bhaktapur" and "Patan" city are among those places in the Earth which are filled with holy souls and the fine architectural skills. Traditionally reach local cultures and unique life practices of this valley still keep its mythical power alive.
Trekking Mart's 1 day "Bhaktapur and Patan sightseeing Tour" offers an exclusive cultural as well as artistic experience to its every participant. The awesome features of the Durbar squares of both the cities are the crowning points where one can see marvelous arts, temples, water spouts, King's palace, monuments and old houses. The legends over these heritages delivered by your city guide makes it more interesting.
Join our private day tour package and entertain the mythical powers of these magical lands.
Bhaktapur Durbar square:
Bhaktapur, the "City of Devotees" is a cultural UNESCO world heritage site of Nepal. This ancient Newar city is 15km far from Kathmandu was used to be a Malla kingdom till the end of 17th century. The 55 window palace, Golden gate, Lion's gate, Taleju temple, Mini Pashupati temple, Vatsala temple, Nyatapola temple, Bhairavnath temple, sculptures, statues etc. are the major alluring features of Bhaktapur Durbar square.
Bhaktapur city is also considered as an open museum of medieval art and architecture with fine examples of sculptures, wood carving and pagoda temples dedicated to many gods and goddesses. The ancient traditions of locals, festivals, colorful celebrations, excellent architectures are the living proofs of its rich cultural heritage.
Patan Durbar Square:
Patan, the "City of Fine Arts" is extremely famous for exceptional ancient craftwork. Patan is probably one of the oldest Buddhist cities in the world. Patan Durbar Square is a spectacular sight of Asia indeed with full of Hindu temples, Palace and Buddhist shrines. Patan Museum, Krishna temple, Hiranya Varna Mahavihar, Golden window, Golden temple, Mahabouddha temple, water spouts etc. are major attractions of this UNESCO world heritage site.
Visit durbar square along with local market and artistically decorated houses.
Note: Tours start by 9 am every day from Thamel 29, Kathmandu, Nepal (Behind Amrit Science Campus).