Three cities of Kathmandu valley Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur covers seven world heritage sites, i.e. Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, Boudhanath & Changunarayan temples and three durbar squares of Bhaktapur, Patan & Kathmandu. Everest National Park in the Everest region and Annapurna Conservation area of mount Annapurna region are two more areas entailed in the world heritage site in Nepal.

Kathmandu City: Here is he ancient quarters a profusion of temples, palace deities vie for our attention. Each monument tell tales of clever Kings, Capricious Gods and beguiling Goddess. Here the olden rest house from where Kathmandu got its name, here the timeless palace with the Coronation courtyard and here the Living Goddess amongst a tour of literally hundreds of fascinating legends.

Patan: The oldest of the three capitals, this city of beauty or yerang as it was called, bristles with a million images of shrines, temples, palaces & deities of gold stone & wood, courtyards of bathing, courtyards of sacrifice, glided facades a wealth of embellished wood, creations in copper, brass & silver await.

Bhaktapur: The most original, the most preserved of the three cities, it won the heritage award given by the pacific association of travel agents. A medieval capital built around three squares each richer in monuments than the one before, this magnificent city welcomes visitors with a treasure of old wood, carved & crafted by generations of artists & the love lavished bygone kings &, by the god Vishnu himself, is seen in every miracle that greets the eye of camera. A veritable "living museum".

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