FOR INDIVIDUAL TOURISTS AND ORGANIZED GROUPS
Cost of the tour for 1 person for individual tourists and organized groups:
from 1 to 6 people – Calculation of the tour individually
from 6 to 10 people – from 191 EUR/ Persona
from 10 to 20 people – from 170 EUR/ Persona
from 20 to 30 people – from 155 EUR/ Persona
From 30 to 40 people – from 151 EUR/ Persona
Included in the price:
accommodation in hotels 3 *
BB (breakfast) food
entrance fees to sites visited
advice on registration documents for entry into the Republic of Belarus (visa) or paperwork for entry without a visa
The price does not include:
compulsory health insurance in force in the territory of the Republic of Belarus
Additionally you can order:
transport on the territory of the Republic of Belarus (passenger car, van, bus)
Transfer from / to the airport / railway station
powered HB (half board: breakfast+dinner, breakfast+dinner), FB (full board: breakfast+lunch+dinner)
The capital of Belarus is Minsk. Business capital is Minsk Gate – two symmetrical eleven-storey towers on the Privokzalny place, built in the 1953rd
Freedom Square with the Church of Saints Simon and Helena (Red Church), built in 1910 under the financial support of the nobleman Edward Woyniłłowicz. The church’s name refers to the patrons of the children Woyniłłowiczs – the children had died young.
Prospect of Freedom. This is the place where there is in pristine shape Empire by Stalin.
Island of Tears or island of courage and sorrow. This is the monument of Belarusian soldiers-internationalists who were killed in Afghanistan.
Troitskoje suburb. This is the historic center of Minsk. Guests can experience the atmosphere of the first half of the 19th century deep. Today, there are many museums, coffee shop, art galleries, where townspeople and guests of the city to spend their free time.
Freedom Square and City Hall. This is the main square of the medieval Minsk.
Cathedral of the descent of the Holy Spirit. It belonged to the complex of the Catholic convent, founded in the 1633rd
National Academic Theater of J. Kupala, National Academic Big Theater of Opera and Ballet, National Art Museum, National Library and many others.
Open-air museum “Zaslawye”, There are 113 hectares of the old part of the city under the reserve. With Zaslawye following known names are connected: Princess Rogneda from Polotsk, Grand Prince of Kiev Vladimir I. Swjatoslawitsch, Prince of Polotsk Izjaslaw. You will visit the following sites: the town square, Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary (end of the XVIII century.), Prehistoric settlement “Wal” (XVI century.) And “Sametschak” (X c.), The Transfiguration Church (XVI century.) , grave mounds (X-XI century.)
Ethnographic Complex Mlyn (“Mlyn” is the steam mill 20th century, “Chata Savosnikov” the hotel is the end of the XIX -. The beginning of the XX century, “Sviran” is the barn of the XIX century, “Kuznja.” – beginning of XX century.). Visit to the Museum – Art of the historical tapestry, musical instruments, exhibitions, Batlejka – folk puppet theater). A fascinating entertainment program is offered. The dramatized guide helps to understand how our ancestors lived. It was historically that the roots of most Belarusians are in the village. When we are in the Belarusian hut when we participate in folk games or listen Belarusian songs, we feel an invisible connection between past and present.
Management. BelAZ, Do you want to immerse yourself in the world of gigantic technology and see huge cars? Do you want to reach the center of the wheel of the largest dump truck in history, sitting in the cabin of the legendary BelAZ? Then we offer you to touch and look into the future in a fascinating guided tour in the factory of dump trucks in zhodzina with the legend.
During a fascinating tour of the operation, you can get to know the process of creating unique dump trucks. You will see with your own eyes a legendary technique. Visit the museum of the industrial glory of operation in which the company’s employees will tell the story of the emergence and development of production. He will tell some secrets. Here you can take pictures. After the tour, you can have coffee and cakes that look like Tipper taste.
Borisov is a city on the Berezina River. This city was founded in XII century.. Today it is a large cultural and industrial center. Good geographical location affects the development of the city. However, but Borisov was many times at the epicenter of the war.
Attractions: The business card of Borisov’s Resurrection Cathedral (1874), which is located in the center of the marketplace. Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, built in the classicism. Great Synagogue. The synagogue was used for other purposes after the Second World War. In Borisov before 1941, the proportion of the Jewish population was very high. The majority of the Jewish population was murdered by the German occupiers during the Holocaust. A no longer existent building is the Borisov Castle, a fortress near the village of Borisov on the left bank of the Berezina River near the confluence with the Prilja presumably the end of the 12th – was built in the early 14th century. The old town in Borisov looks very lovely. They are the History Museum, where the cannon of the pattern in 1910 is to visit. They are also the station (XX c.) And one of the first hyperbolic buildings in the world, a steel water tower, which was built according to the plans of the engineer Vladimir Shukhov see.
Slutsk is one of the oldest cities in the Rus and was first mentioned in the year 1116th
Attractions: Church of St. Michael (XVIII c.), Chapel of St. Barbara, monument of Sofia Slutskaya, building of the Nobles Assembly (today there is a museum), Church of St. Anthony Monastery by Franz Not far from. Slutsk there are many monuments of architecture in the village Balotschizi, Barok, Samostje, Krasnaje Sjalo.
The Museum of the History of Slutsk belts. The museum consists of several zones.
The zone “layers of history” – here you can see the representatives of the various civilizations of the world in certain periods of history. Throughout history, the girdle was a mandatory part of the clothes in all nations of the world.
The zone “Slutsk belts” – this is where the original and the copy. Slutsk belts are not only Belarus but also Western European decorative-applied art XVIII-XIX century. It is the result of thousands of years of development on the territory of Belarus hand Weber technologies and the artistic talent of their people.
The zone “fragment of the Palace of Radziwiłł” – here you can see how the representatives of the noble family lived.
The zone “Factory” – you will see how the people in XVIII-XIX century work. The complex of buildings of the Slutsk factory had large area – 2.4 hectares.
“The Holy Zone” – At the beginning of the 19th century was reduced the production of belts. The manufacturers have increased the delivery of the materials from the golden thread for the churches.
“The People’s Zone” presents the daily life of ordinary people.
Nesvizh is the center of the estate of Radziwill, which was very powerful and influential in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Poland-Lithuania. In Nesvizh European nobility and kings. Here were balls, parades, hunting for the nobility. The palace ensemble of the Radziwill belongs since 2005 to the UNESCO World Heritage. Castle Nesvizh has the following architectural styles: Renaissance, Classicism, Baroque, Rococo, Art Nouveau, Neoclassicism. Church God’s body is the first church in Eastern Europe in the Baroque style. Here is the crypt of Radziwill. This is the third largest in Europe after Fürstengruft Habsburg and Bourbon. The Town Hall in Nesvizh is the oldest probably keep City Hall in Belarus. Slutsker Gate is the original monument to the Baroque style. This is the only well keep gate in Belarus,
Crossing in Mir, since 1395 and one of the main tourist “fire brand” of Belarus. The most famous building in Me is erected at the beginning of the 15th century Castle of Mir, which is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage since the year 2000. With its Gotische-, Renaissance and Baroque elements, it is an example of the magnate architecture from the time of the Polish-Lithuanian rule. The money represents the Castle of Mir. During the walk, tourists explore the Chapel-tomb of the princes Svyatopolk-Mirski (1904), Holy Trinity Church (1550) and the Church of St. Nicholas.