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Belarus Explorer Tour

5 days
4 nights





Per Person :

$ 1,450.00 (double occupancy)
$ 1,950.00 (single occupancy)




Minsk:   Crown Plaza 4**** 
Brest:    Hermiatge 4**** 



Accomodations in 4* hotels 
Daily breakfast
Airport/train station/hotel transfers
Private car and driver
Private English speaking guide
Sighseeing program with entrance fees as described




Day 1  : Minsk

We are glad you were able to join our Belarus tour. Our representative will meet you at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Overnight in Minsk

Day 2  : Minsk

10:00 -14:00 Minsk sightseeing tour. During the excursion you will learn about the long and rich history of the city. You will trace the history of the city from medieval time till its present shape. You will get acquainted with the oldest street of the capital – Nemiga, and picturesque Upper town. You will visit Independence square – the main administrative and the largest square in the city that includes House of Government and “Red” Roman-Catholic Church. Also you will visit Trinity Suburb with restored buildings of the XIX c and the “Island of Tears”. Minsk is the city where one can find the best of the Belarusian cultural heritage museums and exhibitions, theatres, plus entrance to WW II Museum. Transfer to the hotel, free afternoon. Overnight in Misnk

Day 3  : Minsk

10:00 – 15:00 Excursion to Stalin’s line. The historical and cultural complex “Stalin Line” is one of the most imposing fortification ensembles on the territory of Belarus. It was founded to commemorate a 60-year anniversary of the Victory of Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War. The exposition of this military-historical museum was created and planed so, that from the first steps a visitor could feel the spirit of the times. The opportunity to be absorbed in history is one of the distinctive features of the museum. The basis of the exposition is original pillboxes. All entrenchments and communication trenches with rifle-pits for machine-guns and with blindages and recesses for ammunition were reconstructed according to the designs of the year 1940. During this interactive visit you will have a chance to fire from the guns of the World War II and experience a drive in a tank. Transfer to the hotel. Free time. Overnight in Minsk

Day 3 Mir and  Nesvizh castles
The Mir castle is a pearl of the Belarussian architecture included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The castle consists of 5 towers 27 meters each, inter connected by thick defensive walls. Besides opened to visitors south-western tower and Svyatopolk-Mirskih prince’s burial vault you can visit the northern building, central, north-eastern and north-western towers. New expositions dedicated to the former owners of the castle and different warriors that fought on Belarus land at different times. The original interior has been preserved in some halls. Besides the Mir Castle you will get acquainted with a well-known Nesvizh Castle – former residence of a powerful Belarus family of Radzivills. Nesvizh Castle combines medieval architectural with styles of late Renaissance, the Baroque and original stylish features of local masters. Palatine-Park complex that was created during XVI-XVIII centuries became a landmark of the town. Transfer to Brest. On arrival hotel check-in. Overnight in Brest.

Day 4  : Brest

09-00 – 17:00 Excursion to Brest Castle. Brest is the ancient city on the border of Belarus and Poland. During the excursion you will learn about the cultural heritage of the city, its ancient and contemporary memorials sucha s Saint Simeon Cathedral, Nikolay Brotherly Church, mansions of the XIX – beginning of the XX century. You’ll walk along the most picturesque street of the city. Later we will visit the famous Brest Fortress – one of the most important Soviet World War II monuments commemorating the Soviet resistance against the German invasion in 1941; Berestye Archeology Museum is Europe’s unique museum of the medieval East-Slavonic town.  After excursion – transfer to Belovejskaya Pusha. Excursion of Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park – the most famous reserve in Belarus. In 1993 it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Transfer to Brest. End of guide’s and driver’s services. Free time. Overnight in Brest.

Day 5  : Brest

The tour ends after the breakfast. You may continue by train or plane to your next destination.