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Take a look at Nepal’s vibrant legacy and historical stories on a day excursion to Bhaktapur and Patan. Patan and Bhaktapur, once a kingdom with its ruler, preserve stories and recollections from the past. It is presently a UNESCO world heritage site that is well-maintained. The tour may only last one day, but it will transport you to events that occurred centuries ago. It is a mixture of two of Nepal’s most important historical sites, representing its cultures, traditions, arts, and architecture dating back to prehistoric times.
The most excellent way to see these cities is on foot. It’s beautiful to watch and fascinating to wander the narrow pathways from one patio to another. Explore Patan and Bhaktapur’s Durbar Squares and the museum’s historical photographs, monuments, and figures. These historical landmarks do not receive respect and recognition for their magnificent artworks and architecture.
A day trip to Bhaktapur and Patan Durbar Square lets you visit antique temples and religious shrines in the three historical kingdoms of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur. This day excursion immerses you in a kind of mystical history in which the past lives on in the present; tradition relentlessly replicates everything into a culture that is soaked in an ancient history crafted by prior generations’ Kings. Religious principles faithfully adhere to this day.
You get up, eat breakfast, and board the tour bus for the day’s activities. Today you will travel to Patan and Bhaktapur. Newars make up the majority of the population in these two cities.
You begin your journey in Bhaktapur, known for holding the Bhaktapur Durbar Square. After a 2-hour journey, you arrive at this location and begin exploring. The Malla kingdom used to be located in this plaza.
The 55-window palace, Nyatapola Temple, Vatsala Temple, and others are among the significant attractions of this location. You will also sample the famed Bhaktapur dessert, Juju Dhau (the king of yogurts).
Then you’ll go to Patan and see Patan Durbar Square. This square is located in the city’s center. This durbar plaza was once home to the royals. The royalties used to live on this durbar square.
There are numerous religious temples in this square. Krishna Mandir, Red Machindranath Temple, Taleju Bhawani Temple, and other prominent attractions are included in this tour. You can also go to Phimbahal Pokhari, famous for its vibe and banana chips.
At dusk, you return to your hotel after taking a lovely city tour.
Face masks are required in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Despite the covid epidemic, visits to heritage places are permitted, but only under strict precautions.
Patan and Bhaktapur are lovely but congested cities. As a result, getting a decent night of sleep before the tour is essential. Many pleasant native faces, delicious dishes, artistic landmarks, local cultures, and lifestyles will meet you. So get ready for a rejuvenating day in the city of temples.
Kathmandu, the capital, is also recognized for its pleasant climate. You can go on a tour at any time of year and meet with summer, spring, winter, or autumn.
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