Belarus city tours

Minsk city tour, Minsk guided walk and Minsk city tour at night

Mogilev city tour

updated on 11/02/2020


The Mogilev city tour will start at the Railway Station – the arrival point to many travelers of the early 20 century. In 1916 a special track was built there to accommodate the train of the tsar’s headquarters. Today the station area mostly features post-war architecture. On the way to the walking part of the tour we shall stop by Strommashina factory to recall the events of the Great Patriotic War of 70 years back.

The best part of the town to discover during the Mogilev city tour is penetrated by pedestrian Leninskaya Street. This is the most valuable architectural part of Mogilev featuring the twin building of the Government House in Minsk, architectural monuments of 17-19 century. One of the oldest buildings in town, the synagogue of Tsukerman is one of the highlights. Russian Orthodox monasteries a stone’s throw away are an admirable highlight while Star Square is something quite unique for Belarus. The walk will take us all the way to the 19 century regional Drama Theatre.

A short ride to Sovetskaya square will present the rebuilt town hall of Mogilev along with authentic historic buildings around it. The panoramic view over the Dnieper is nice and a short walk to Shkolishe, a historic Jewish living area can be an agreeable conclusion of the Mogilev city tour.

An additional ride to Buinichy Field Memorial Complex dedicated to the three-week defence of Mogilev can be considered on the spot.

Tour duration: 3.0 hours, around 35 km round way.

Tour price: USD 90 (per car)*

Note: the price quoted is for reference purposes and is confirmed upon request. It covers transportation (the standard option for 1-2 pax is Skoda Superb), an English-speaking guide-driver, travel services and taxes. The exact price can be confirmed upon request. The tour is available round the week but a transfer from Minsk is required if the tour is not a part of a Belarus tour package.


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