Bhaktapur Durbar Square is situated at the altitude of 1400m from sea level ,14 km east of Kathmandu, is home of medieval art and architecture with many of monument, woodcarving and enormous pagoda sanctuaries sanctified to various divine beings and goddesses. This ancient city is Bhaktapur is also known as Bhadgaun, if you are in Nepal; don’t miss out the day tour in Bhaktapur .
This Durbar square is one of the most delightful architectural showpieces of the town as it is places of interest the antique arts. It is known for its creative veil and earthen pots, frequently seen spread out in the city to dry in the sun. Golden gate, Statue of Bhupatindara Malla, 55 Window Temple, Museum, Krishna Temple, Nyatapola Temple, Taleju bhagwati Temple are the main highlights of this Bhaktapur Day tour.
Foreigners have to pay an entry fee to visit this beautiful durbar square. The entrance fee for foreigners into this Durbar Square is USD$15 whilst Indian and SAARC members have to pay 100 NPR.