Patan City which is known as the “city of Arts and Crafts” is located about 5 km south of Kathmandu on the southern side of the Bagmati River. Patan (now known as lalitpur) is one of 3 royal cities in the Kathmandu valley. The “city of fine arts” is best known for its artistic heritage. It is surrounded by Stupas at each four corners which are fundamental points of Patan and these stupas are built by the famous royal leader Ashoka. Patan Durbar Square is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments in the company of bronze gateways, guardian divine being and amazing carvings that’s why many guests approach here to see these monuments. Patan Durbar square is occupied oby ancient places, temples, and shrines distinguished for their lovely carvings.
To help you getting to Patan Durbar Square from Trivuban International Airport, we have the following guidelines to go through:
Walk from Thamel to Ratna Park around 2 kms. There just ask for which bus goes to Lagankhel. From there you have to walk to Patan Durbar
Note: You probably could check if a direct bus to Lagankhal is there from “Ratna Park”. Keep small changes handy as the buses are going to be crowded and cramped and you may not be able to dig deep in your pockets!
Foreigners : NRS 1000.
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