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 228 EUR/ Persona
from 10 to 20 people – from 201 EUR/ Persona
from 20 to 30 people – from 180 EUR/ Persona
From 30 to 40 people – from 176 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.), Transfiguration Church (XVI century.) grave mound (X-XI c.).
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.
Museum “Dudutki”.The museum complex of ancient folk art and technology is 40 km away from Minsk. Here the tourists learn about the shape of panic court, the culinary heritage of our ancestors, the work of masters who demonstrate the ancient technologies in operation. The museum consists of the following complexes: the craft courtyard with little exposure of national life and forge, stables and a zoo, the garage with the nostalgic cars, only working in Belarus windmill, wooden church of Jonah. During the tour you can make 3 tastings (only for adults):
– Equipment for burnishing (home-distilled liquor, bread, pickled cucumber, honey)
– Rural Bakery (rye bread, rural cheese, butter, herbal tea)
– “The hosting of the miller”
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 Mir Castle, which is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage since the year 2000. With its Gothic, 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.
Brest, Brest is one of the oldest cities in Belarus. In 2018, the city celebrated 1000th anniversary. The city borders Poland. Geographically, they are divided only by the river. Brest was the first city where the volleys of the Great Patriotic War have tinted.
Visit Brest Fortress: Cholmskije gate, main monument, statuary composition “Thirst” bayonet obelisk. Overview tour of Brest. Tour of the most valuable architectural monuments of the city: Cathedral of St. Nicholas (1879), Cathedral of St. Simeon (1868), Church of the Assumption of the Holy Cross (1856).
Walk through the pedestrian street in the city center. In Brest, there is a very interesting tradition that tourists and residents into consideration by the city on Sovetskaya street. Every evening a badge lit the kerosene lanterns in the pedestrian street of the city, when it begins to dawn.
Motol is one of the most ancient settlements on the river Yaselda River. A legend says that the village has received the name in honor of one enterprising man by the last name Motol. For directions from Pinsk at the site of the settlement, he has built the inn. In Motol Chaim Weizmann was born. He has lived more than 10 years. Chaim Weizmann was a chemist, president of the World Zionist Organization, Israeli politicians and Zionist leader and 1949-1952 first Israeli president. Leonard Chess has also lived in Motol. He was the owner of the music label Chess Records, which had many famous blues musicians under contract.
During the tour you will visit the museum of folk art Motolski visit. In the fund of the museum is located next to 30 thousand exhibits in the history of weaving, clothing, folk traditions, crafts and customs. They are also the bread museum, which is located in the windmill, the Transfiguration and the house of Chaim Weizmann (XIX c.).
Tower of Kamenetz is a fortified tower. The tower shares some features of the Donjon towers that were built in the 12th and 13th centuries in Western Europe. It is a five-stage rotunda, which has a height of 30 meters, a thickness of 2.5 m and an outer diameter of 13.6 meters. The foundation is 2.3 meters high and has a diameter of 16 meters. It consists of dark red and yellow stones. The tower was built for defensive purposes, which is why it lacks architectural and decorative elements.
Bialowieza Forest, This is the largest protected area which is untouched since XIII century. During the tour, the tourists have the opportunity to see the following natural and historic objects:
“Head of the European bison” – natural bump on the birch trunk in the form of a bison head. The street where the narrow-gauge railway was in the years of the First World War.
The biggest water reservoir of the national park is the lake “Ladskoje”. Here you can often see the largest eagle in Europe (eagle) and the rare type of bird (egret).
“Zarenhof” – in 1902 gegosseneren cast eisenen railing with the restored two-headed eagles.
On the territory of the Bialowieza Primeval Forest, the western border of Belarus runs while the guide there is the opportunity to see a small portion of the border.
“Oak Patriarcha” The age of this tree is more than 600 years, the amount is more than 30 meters, diameter -. 2 m far is “jaw – Olbrzuma” which has more than 350 years old.
Here you can see all types of forests in Belarus. In every season you can see everything here: flowering plants, mature fruit, frightening animals and birds in a natural habitat.