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Kathmandu Valley 3 Royal Cities Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Kathmandu, Mustang Region, Nepal

  • Activities

    Car Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    One day

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    As arranged

  • Starting Location

    Pick up from your Kathmandu accommodations

  • Price Includes

    Guides services, transportation, lunch and entrance fees

Highlights

  • Visit many old temples, palaces and religious monuments in Kathmandu!
  • See amazing carvings, medieval temples and over 1200 monuments in Patan!
  • Explore the Fifty-five Window Palace and the Golden Effigies of Kings in Bhaktapur!

Guide

Trip Info

Looking to take in the very best of the Kathmandu Valley on your trip to Nepal? Well this is the tour for you! This one-day car tour will introduce you to the three royal cities of the valley and much more.

The first part of this tour will bring you to the amazing Durbar Square in Kathmandu. Here, you’ll enjoy visiting many old temples, palaces and religious monuments. You’ll learn about Hindu and Buddhist history while enjoying views of the 15th century architecture. Later in the day, you’ll head to the Durbar Square in Patan. While visiting Patan, you will have the chance to see amazing carvings, medieval temples and over 1200 monuments.

You will finish your tour off with a visit to Bhaktapur. This city is well known for it’s art and architecture. Some of the attractions you will see here include the Fifty-five Window Palace, the Golden Effigies of Kings and much more! This tour is great for people of all ages and can be done for groups, families or individual travelers.

This tour will surely leave you with many amazing stories to tell and great memories of Nepal.

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