Patan Durbar Square
Patan durbar square is the oldest of the three cities of Kathmandu valley, dating to the third century when it was first established by the Lichchhavi Kings of Nepal. Patan Durbar Square is one of the most visited places in Kathmandu valley, and is located in the heart of the city. The city was primarily designed in the shape of the Buddhist Dharma-Chakra. There are four mounds located on the perimeter of the square, one at each corner, popularly known as the Ashoka Stupas. About 1200 Buddhist statues and monuments are supposed to be scattered around the square, and the city itself. Patan records the highest number of renowned artists and craftsmen in the history of Nepali art, and is probably the most visually stunning city, in Nepal.
Places to visit in Patan Durbar Square:
- Patan Durbar Square.
- Patan Museum.
- Krishna Mandir
- Hiaranya Varna Maha Vihar.
- The Ashoka Stupa.
Duration- One day from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Breakfast at- 7:00 am.
Drive At- 8:00 am from Boudha to Patan Durbar Square.
Start to visit Patan At- 8:45 am
Drive Back to Boudha at- 5:00 pm
- Guided by Professional and well experienced tour guide.
- Pick up and drop by private vehicle.
- All the entry fees.
- Farewell dinner program in typical Nepali restaurant.
- International airfare.
- Lunch & dinner.
- Nepal visa which obtained at the airport on arrival (4 copies passport size photos).
- personal expenses.
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