Patan has a strong significance for Nepal. Patan’s Durbar Square is one of the seven monument zones of Kathmandu Valley (which are all 7 registered as UNESCO’s world heritage sites)
The city was initially designed in the shape of the Buddhist Dharma-Chakra (Wheel of Righteousness) and houses a lot of temples and vihars.
The ancient Buddhist city of Patan is known as the city of fine arts. The city is full of both Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments. The diversity of the medieval art and culture that allowed both Hinduism and Buddhist art to flourish has left an abundant legacy, which is most definitely worth visiting.
You can make this trip private and take your time observing the arts of Patan and drive back to the hotel in the late afternoon.
|Distance||5 KM south of Kathmandu|
|Activities||Cultural Sightseeing of world Heritage Sites, Photography|
|Trip starts from||7 AM|
|Duration||3- 5 hours depends on the clients desire|
|Season||Round the year|
|Transportation||By PRIVATE CAR /PRIVATE VAN|
|Pick up Point||The hotel you stay|
|Group Size||1 - 15 pax +|
|Type of the tour||Private|