Paro is a broad and beautiful valley with a very good network of road and is home to the Paro International Airport, the only port of arrival as well as departure by air for international tourists.The town of Paro lies in the centre of the valley on the banks of the Paro chuu and is a short distance north-west of  Paro Dzong.The town centre, built in 1985, is aligned along a wide street above 500m long that parallels the river in a roughly north-west to the south – east direction.It is home to many of Bhutan's oldest temples and monasteries, the country's only airport and the National Museum. Mount.

The most tourist attractions in Paro are the National Museum, Taktsang Monastery, Rimpung Dzong and Thongdroel.