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Kathmandu is the largest city and capital of Nepal which allure visitors from all corners of the world. Once thought to be the fabled and inaccessible Shangri-La, it is now a hub for the independent travellers and is a growing vacation spot catering to the variety of travellers. Renowned for its ancient culture age-old traditions, Hindu and Buddhist religious sites, amazing festivals etc is a city that one should visit at least once in their lifetime. Stepping into Kathmandu is like stepping into another world. It is like a living museum which offers its visitors an opportunity to travel back in time and relive the history. So fly to Kathmandu and enjoy a great holiday at this great destination.
Start your journey to this magnificent city with a visit to Boudhanath Stupa which is the holiest and most recognizable landmark of the city. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the largest Buddhist temple in Nepal. Visit the Durbar Square which is the tourist heart of Kathmandu and get surprised by the sheer number of temples surrounding the square. The jewel in the crown is Hanuman Dhoka, the magnificent Taleju Temple and the Kumari Bahal the intricately carved three-story structure in which the living goddess, a young girl selected from the Kathmandu Valley still lives. Spare your one day for a day trip to Bhaktapur which is a small town about 10 Km from Kathmandu is renowned for its varied temples. The most impressive among them is Nyatapola Temple which is the tallest temple in the country built in 1702. Other must-see attractions include Royal Palace, National Art Gallery and Potter’s Square from where you can buy local crafts and weaving baskets etc.
If you are in Kathmandu, you just can’t miss a visit to the most sacred religious site the Pashupatinath Temple. Situated on the banks of river Bhagmati is one of the sacred jyotirlingas where the visitors from the other religions are not allowed. Do visit the Narayanhiti Palace Museum which served as the primary residence of Nepal’s monarchy for over a century until 2008 showcases the belongings of former royalty. If you are a nature lover you just can’t afford to miss the Chitwan National Park which is a 932 square kilometer nature reserve of jungle, forest and marshland is now a world heritage site. Enjoy a day trip to Patan which is situated to the south of Kathmandu and is separated from the capital by the Bagmati River. It’s most interesting attractions include Golden Temple, Red Machhendranath Temple and the Patan Museum. To enjoy all this and much more just book discounted flights to Kathmandu and enjoy a great holiday trip.
Passengers can get flights from London to Tribhuvan International airport of Kathmandu offered by various airlines such as Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Oman Air, Jet Airways, China Eastern, Etihad Airways, Emirates etc. One can get the flights to Kathmandu from various airports of the Kathmandu which include Heathrow, London City Airport, Gatwick and Stansted. The flightoffice.co.uk offers you best deals on Kathmandu flights which are well within your budget so that you can enjoy a fabulous journey.
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