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About Kathmandu

Kathmandu, the largest and the capital city of Nepal, is the centre of history, art, culture and economy. It is situated in a bowl-shaped valley that is historically termed as ‘Nepal Mandala’ and characterised by historic sites, ancient temples, shrines and villages. The name Kathmandu is derived from the Pahari word ‘wood shelter’ referring to an abode of serenity and peace. No wonder this city is bustling with tourists all year round!

Kathmandu offers something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a cultural excursion to the beautiful monasteries and temples, an adventurous trip to the National Parks, a thrilling nightlife or an adrenaline filled experience in the flowing waters – Kathmandu is the place for you! Navigating through the city is easy with ample options ranging from bus services, taxis and bicycles.

Barring the months between May-July, Nepal can be visited all year round with every season offering a unique experience.

About Kathmandu Airport

Tribhuvan International Airport is the international airport serving the city of Kathmandu, located 5km from the city centre. The airport was inaugurated in 1955 by King Mahendra of Nepal. The airport provides various facilities to visitors such as free Wi-Fi, press rooms, lounge, eateries, medical services etc.

Explore the vibrant city of Kathmandu with Vistara!

  • Places To Visit

  • Things To Do

  • 1. Pashupatinath Temple:

    The holiest Hindu shrine in Nepal, the temple is stretched across both banks of the beautiful Bagmati River. This shrine is devoted to Lord Shiva and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.

  • 2. Thamel:

    Thamel is easily one of the most popular and crowded places in the city. The area is bustling with activity owing to the numerous restaurants, bars and stores here. You will find everything you are looking for, from live bands, traditional food to low budget hotels. It also happens to be Nepal’s first Wi-Fi zone!

  • 3. Kathmandu Durbar Square:

    This marvellous architecture of Kathmandu has seen new rulers over the years. The royal palace showcases the skills of the Newar artists and craftsmen over several centuries. The Durbar Square witnesses’ many festivals and was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979.

  • Shop:

    Thamel is the perfect spot that will fulfil all your shopping needs! This vibrant tourist district is marked with Tibetan flags, paper lanterns, clothing, jewellery, local paintings, statues, music and books. What more could one ask for!

  • Immerse:

    You can also opt for an immersive walking tour to explore Old Kathmandu. These tours usually include tea tasting, a trip to the spice den, hidden temples and learning about local legends. A must try.

  • Explore:

    Wander through the fascinating streets and alleyways of the city that have much to offer. You can discover shrines and statues hidden in unlikely places. Head to Boudhanath Stupa which observes thousands of pilgrims daily or visit the Langtang National Park.

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