culture tours

Nesvizh and Mir Castle tour

updated on 10.01.2017

Mir Castle was founded in the mid 16th century not far from Mir borough as a stronghold and was pretty expensive for its time. After the new hosts – the Radziwills – took over the castle, it was rebuilt into a magnate residence and beside thick curtain walls, loopholes, barracks and utility buildings... Read full article


Belarus package tour

updated on 13.01.2017

If you are planning to tour Belarus and you are short of time as is always the case when traveling across Europe... Read full article


Jewish Heritage Package Tour

updated on 17.01.2017

Are you seeking to travel to Belarus independently cutting out incompetent middlemen – visa bureaus and travel agents? Would you like to explore the Jewish heritage of Belarus... Read full article


One-day Jewish Heritage tour

updated on 27.10.2016

0800-1000 Minsk city tour, accent on the Jewish sights and history. The tour starts in Independence Square which perfectly reflects the evolution of the city... Read full article


Ozertso Village Museum tour

updated on 09.01.2017

This tour takes you into the Belarusian countryside where an original open-air village museum is located. Its exhibits are authentic wooden village buildings... Read full article


Dudutki Folk Crafts Museum tour

updated on 20.09.2014

Boasting of its picturesque location, the museum of folk crafts is only within an hour’s drive away from Minsk. The founders of the complex pursued the goal... Read full article


Belarus National Library tour

updated on 19.01.2017

It took four years to construct the most expensive building in the Republic of Belarus. The Minsk National Library is an object of cultural heritage... Read full article


A tour to a real village

updated on 11.01.2017

Having evolved from a small border settlement Rubezhevichy evolved into a solid town which hosted fairs and had several vibrant communities... Read full article


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How do I apply for a Belarus tourist visa?
updated on 13.02.2017

Applying at their local Belarus Consulate, the citizens of migration-secure states (e.g. the USA, Canada, Japan and others) can obtain a short-term...

Filling in Belarus visa application
updated on 02.01.2017

The form of application for a visa to Belarus has become digital and you can save and send it as a PDF file. It is only a 2-page document that is available...

Can I get insurance for Belarus online?
updated on 06.02.2017

Well, yes you can! To apply for a Belarus tourist visa you must supply an insurance policy that stipulates it covers Belarus. Your global insurance does so but...

Anything I should know about landing in MSQ Minsk Airport?
updated on 08.02.2017

Quite a number of things, as a matter of fact. Let’s examine a typical case from my travel agent’s past with a traveler landing in Minsk Airport (MSQ) and applying for a visa...

How do I apply for a Belarus private/guest visa?
updated on 01.02.2017

People, who want to travel to Belarus to see a friend, take care of the grave of a relative, take part in the court hearings, etc. need to apply for a private visa... 

Tour Belarus for family research
updated on 16.05.2013

This article covers field family research in Belarus that in most cases comes after dealing with the State archives of Belarus and genealogical research.

Is plastic card better than cash when in Belarus?
updated on 14.10.2016

A plastic card is a fine thing, no doubt, but there have been a number of cases when the ATM displayed ERROR, or required a PIN code...

Traditional souvenirs from Belarus?
updated on 18.10.2016

While most tourists agree that Belarus is not the country for grand shopping, there are still some things that can be brought back as souvenirs...