Kathmandu is the only largest and the capital city of Nepal in Central Region. This city is known for Pushupatinath temple. Devotees and pilgrims find this place a huge treasure-house of art, worship, architecture, and culture. One cannot miss visiting its ancient Hindu temples and shrines.
People love visiting the great places like the Boudanath Stupa, the golden pagodas and enthralling native villages. Other than these, vacationers like to visit Phewa Lake, Mahendra Cave, Lumbini, and Kathmandu Darwar Square. Interestingly, Kathmandu is well-connected to various other countries worldwide through the fine-linked network of roads, airlines, and rails.
By Air – Nepal’s only international airport is the Tribhuwan International Airport at Kathmandu city. The airport is well-equipped with transit facilities, cooperative officials, and simple immigration process. Currently, there are more than 22 international airlines connecting the regional area to other destinations in Asia and the Middle East.
There are various direct and indirect flights to major Asian and European cities. Several regular flights are also available from American cities like New York, Los Angeles and Tel Aviv. The Kathmandu city also avails you easy pick-up and delivery facilities from nearby hotels and guest houses via taxis and private cars.
By Road – Fascinatingly, Kathmandu has a good network of land route. Transport system like bus services via roadways are excellent in this city. You can even hire private luxury cars to reach your favourite destinations in and around the Kathmandu city. Tourists can come via roadways though several passes that join Nepal with Tibet and Mainland China. India border is also a great way to enter the city via roadways.
By Rail – The Nepal Railways Corporation also maintains and operates two railway lines that connect to Indian borders, though road services are more popular than train services. New Railway Corporation plans are still in progress.