feedbackMinsk private guide reference letters
Reference: Stuart Buxton, UK
I am happy to confirm that whilst Andrei Burdenkov acted as a Tour Guide for a group of 6 quite demanding male tourists, he carried out his responsibilities and duties in an exemplorary manner.
He organized Visas and arranged accommodation in a thoroughly professional manner. His local knowledge and excellent command of the English language ensured we had a most informative and enjoyable trip.
Andrei organized various trips within Belarus, and again using his extensive knowledge of the area and the history of the Region he enabled us to see and explore numerous parts of Belarus which would otherwise have been overlooked.
If I, or any of my colleagues, travel to Belarus again we would certainly choose to use Andrei as our Guide.
If you would like clarification on any of the aforementioned points, or require any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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