We had a guide for the time we were here and it was well worth it as he showed us things which weren't mentioned in our guide book, and took us down little paths and streets which we might otherwise not have found.This medieval city is well preserved and gives a real flavour of the old Nepal. It feels calm and peaceful there and the wooden carving is very elaborate. Worth a try is the juju dhua a delicious curd/yoghurt served in a throwaway terracotta dish.This place is a must on your itinerary.
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