Lhasa in a week

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One week is the minimum to spend for a small visit to the capital of Tibet to acclimatise and, above all, to take full advantage of his stay in the Yeti country.

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Temple of Jokhang. Monastery of Drepung. <p>Folk show.</p> <p>Store shop at Barkhor.</p> <p>Palace Palace.</p>

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Details of the stay: Lhasa in a week - 6 days

Day 1 : Arrival in Lhasa and acclimatization

At first, as soon as you get off the train or plane, rest and acclimatization are compulsory for the rest of the day, before going out for a walk in the old town of Lhasa, around the Temple of Johkang.

Day 2 : The monastery of Sera and its famous "discussions"

Well acclimatized, you can now visit the temple of Johkang and lunch around the square - at the New Mandala restaurant for example. Then, the afternoon will be devoted to a visit of the monastery of Sera, especially to attend the famous "discussions".

Day 3 : The Potala palace, highlight of your visit to Lhasa

This is undoubtedly one of the musts of any visit in Lhasa: The Visite of the Potala Palace and the Norbulingka garden.

Day 4 : Getaway at Lake Namtso

If the weather is fine, it is the perfect opportunity to make a round trip the Namtso lake, a wonderful lake lake at an altitude of 4,178 metres.

Day 5 : Tibetan Buddhism in two visits

Continue discovering Tibetan Buddhism, especially in the vicinity of Lhasa, at Drepung Monastery, and then at Ganden Monastery.

Day 6 : All the memories of the World Roof in the Barkhor market

For your last day, take this opportunity to buy various souvenirs in the Barkhor market.

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