Having breakfast in hotel we leave for Bhaktapur day tour to see the spectacular cultural and heritage site recognized by UNESCO world heritage sites which reflect the richness and diversity of the Nepalese art and culture. Nepal is also known in the world as a living cultural museum. While in Bhaktapur, it will be a good experience to explore sacred ancient temples, palaces, statues and beautiful architecture crafted by Newar artists of the Licchavi and Malla Dynasty . At the entry gate to the Bhaktapur Durbar square you will find innumerable temples and other architectural wonders that include the Lion Gate, the statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, the picture Gallery, the 55 windows, the golden Gate, the Batsala temple and the Bell of Barking dogs, etc. The statue of the king Bhupatendra Malla in the worshiping pose is placed on a column facing the palace. Of the many statues available in Nepal this is considered to be the most magnificent. After lunch in a local restaurant we continue our day walk making our way to Taumadhi Square and do some shopping the souvenir items. Then, keep rambling through a maze of back streets and courtyards on the way to Dattatreya Temple in Dattatreya Square. After completing the sights and sounds of Bhaktapur we return to Kathmandu in the late afternoon and check in the hotel.
After breakfast you will be picked up by our guide from your hotel and driven to Bhaktapur in a private, air conditioned car/ van for day tour. It is located approximately 20 km east of Kathmandu. This medieval city is enriched with ancient monuments, mostly terra-cotta with carved wood columns, royal palaces and religious shrines with extensive carvings, gilded roofs, and open courtyards. After sightseeing we will drop you back to your hotel in Kathmandu for overnight stay.