Patan City Tour

Art, History and Religion of Patan

PRICE FROM:
USD $ 80 per pax

TRIP DETAILS

  • Dates: Daily
  • Best Season: March/April/ September/October
  • Duration: 1 Days
  • Trekking Days: 0 Days
  • Grade: Easy
  • Commences At: Kathmandu Guest House
  • Ends At: Patan
  • Code: NPOPT

Patan is one of the three sister cities of Kathmandu Valley. Among the three cities, Patan is considered as the most artistic city. So, Patan in other word is popularly known as Lalitapur meaning “the city of Art”

The majority of people in this city are Buddhist however they follow Hindu ethos as well. In the ancient time Buddhism flourished at such height that it attracted Ashoka the Great, the Legendry Indian Emperor. He visited this city in 250 BC and built Stupas in four corner of the city.. They are now popularly known as Ashoka Pillar.

So, in this full day sightseeing we will show you the ancient Malla palace accompanied by many master piece Hindu temples built in 17th century.

                                                                                                     

 

We can cover all the following heritage sites of this city in around 3 hours.

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