Kathmandu Valley/Kathmandu City, the capital of Nepal, is arranged at 4,423 ft. above ocean level. The valley is encompassed by semi-green slopes, terraced fields and transcending snow-topped tops in the foundations. Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan are the significant towns in the valley. Each of the three are of incredible notable, social and aesthetic interests. The engineering history of the valley is said to have started with the Lichhavi and the Malla lords. Today, the antiquated landmarks and sanctuaries are the focal point of fascination for guests, especially the seven World Heritage Sites, assigned by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Not just the antiquated sanctuaries and landmarks that make the valley fascinating yet, in addition, the different social gatherings that make their home here. It is the base camp for all guests to Nepal and an ideal spot to investigate the history and culture of this Himalayan Kingdom.