Two of the major cities in Nepal, Patan, and Bhaktapur are the two historical and cultural gems of the nation. Patan Bhaktapur Tour is ideal for the tourists who can spare a day to explore this historic valley. Both Patan and Bhaktapur are the former royal estates that belonged to the former Malla Kingdom of Kathmandu valley. Although the history of the cities goes back centuries, the major inhabitant- Newar have heavily influenced the tradition, architecture, art, and culture of the cities for ages which can be witnessed clearly on the Patan Bhaktapur Tour.
Patan Bhaktapur Tour begins at Kathmandu. You’ll visit two historical cities inside Kathmandu valley and explore the major UNESCO World Heritage Sites in those cities. After early morning breakfast at the hotel, you’ll embark on a tour of Patan (Lalitpur) City. Patan is the largest among the cities in Kathmandu valley. An old town is home to over 600 stupas, temples, an age-old royal palace, and countless numbers of narrow alleys and traditional brick-roofed houses. After visiting Patan Museum and the surrounding touristic sites, you’ll embark on a tour of Bhaktapur City.
Once at Bhaktapur, you’ll get to witness the age-old 55 Windowed Palace which has been turned into a museum. You’ll also explore the adjoining compound and visit 5 Storied Temple (Naytapola), Dattatraya Temple, Taleju Temple, and Pottery Square. Witnessing a rich Newari tradition still alive in Bhaktapur will be a moment to cherish. The tour is well facilitated by an experienced tour guide along with a private car and a chauffeur. You can undertake this tour anytime during the tour, however, spring (Mar-Jun) and autumn (Sep-Nov) seasons guarantee the best weather and accessibility.
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