The Kathmandu Valley is a region of 230 in the the Bagmati zone in central Nepal, and is home to three of the largest cities in Nepal, including Kathmandu itself, as well as hundreds of smaller towns and villages.
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Kathmandu is the largest city and capital of Nepal and the namesake of the Kathmandu Valley.
Boudhanath is located 7 km East/Northeast of Kathmandu & home to one of the largest Buddhist stupas in the world, built during the 5th century AD.
Patan is a one of the largest cities in Nepal and is located just across the Bagmati river from Kathmandu.
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Bhaktapur is known variously as City of Culture, Living Heritage, Nepal's Cultural Gem, An open museum and a City of Devotees.
Nagarkot is in Nepal. Nagarkot is 32 km NE of Kathmandu on the northern fringe of the Kathmandu valley.
Kaksni is in the Nuwakot District. It is located 20km along the road from Kathmandu to Trisuli Baazar, the turn off to the the village is located just before the police checkpoint where there is a cluster of shops.
Kirtipur is a city in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. Kirtipur is one of the oldest settlements in the Kathmandu Valley.
Bungmati is a small town which is located 10 kilometres south from the heart of Kathmandu the capital city of Nepal.
Parping is a small village in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. While there are no large restaurants catering to tourists, the Asura Cave can provide simple meals, and in addition there are dozens of small storefronts offering snacks and sodas.