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Nepal's colourful capital city of Kathmandu spoils its visitors for choices in terms of discovering and exploring awing sights of the city. The Nepalese capital teems with a pleasing parade of awesome crowd-pullers that pack in enough substance and character to pleasingly stun, captivate and enthral even the most jaded of travelling souls! Patan, Thamel Chowk, Narayanhiti Palace Museum, Dharahara tower, Freak Street, Garden of Dreams, Durbar Square and Pashupatinath temple are just some of the many scintillating attractions in the city that make visitors gloat over their decision to book air tickets onboard flights bound for Nepal's Seat of Power, Kathmandu.
All Kathmandu bound flights land at Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM), which happens to be the only international airport in entire Kingdom of Nepal. The airport is located at around six kilometres from the city centre in the Kathmandu valley and is well connected to the rest of the city by a host of public transport options. In addition, the airport is the hub for Nepal's national airline, Nepal Airlines that operates several scheduled flights to select international destinations in Asia and the Middle East. The airport is loaded with hosts of passenger-friendly services and facilities to effectively serve passengers.
Nepal's thriving capital, Kathmandu is well connected with the UK and the rest of the world. Around 30 international airlines operate direct/indirect flights to Kathmandu from select airports in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Some of the most popular choices of airlines that operate flights from the key airports in the UK include Emirates, Jet Airways, Qatar Airways, Air India, Etihad and British Airways facilitating cheap tickets to Kathmandu. Most flights arrive in Nepal indirectly via Asian countries such as India and Sri Lanka. All these carriers are pretty popular amongst passengers for offering superb set of in-flight services and products onboard.
Visitors to the city will find a sheer abundance of accommodation options in the city of Kathmandu. The accommodation options in the city vibrantly range from luxury to mid-rung and budget hotels that pack in enough substance. Those with fat wallets and looking for luxurious stays in the city may choose from options such as Yak and Yeti, Crowne Plaza Soaltee, Hyatt Regency, The Dwarika's Hotel and Radisson. Those on cheap flights and looking for budget accommodations in Kathmandu may opt from Samsara Hotel, Ambassador Garden Home, Park Village Resort, Hotel Encounter Nepal, Peak Point Hotel and Norling Guest House.
Kathmandu features fairly temperate climate. The months of February to April and September to November are considered as the peak travel time for the city. During this time of the year, the weather remains agreeable for outdoor sightseeing and activities. But these months also beget huge crowds and skyrocketing prices and cheap deals for flights and accommodations are usually in scanty during these times of the year. It makes sense to book well in advance, if planning to visit during such peak seasons. The months starting from June to August are best avoided as these months make for the monsoon season.
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