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Minsk City Tour One day excursions
Duration: 3 hours

We warmly welcome you in Minsk – the capital of the Republic of Belarus, its political and cultural centre. It was first mentioned in the chronicles of the XIth century. Today, it is a dynamic city with expansive boulevards, modern and historical buildings, endless parks and well-developed infrastructure.

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Mir Castle and Nesvizh Palace One day excursions
Duration: 10 hours

Excursion will let you explore the most beautiful sites in Belarus: Mir Castle, which is an impressive architectural monument, included into the list of World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, and Nesvizh Palace – former residence of the aristocratic Radzivilli family, which includes beautiful park and Roman-Catholic Church of the XVIth century.

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Dudutki Folk Crafts Museum One day excursions
Duration: 5 hours

Dudutki museum is a former country landowner’s estate, where typical village life of the XVIIIth – XIXth centuries is impressively recreated. It is an open-air museum, displaying all the traditional crafts: carpentry, pottery, braiding, blacksmithing, bakery and even cheese-making. And do not miss a chance to try some splendid traditionally cooked meal. 

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Duration: 14 hours

The calm and relaxed city of Brest is most famous for the Brest Fortress, which was the first to face the Nazi attack in 1941, and the national park Belovezhskaya Pushcha, which is included into the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and has recently celebrated 600th anniversary.

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Duration: 4 hours

Open-air Museum of Folk Architecture and Life shows the authentic character of the typical Belarusain village of the XIXth century. Farmsteads, wooden churches, schools, public barns, mills, smithies, stables – all elements have been brought here from different ethnic regions all over Belarus and were carefully restored.

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Duration: 6 hours

Excursion to Stalin Line, an open-air museum of military fortifications, including the defensive line with trenches, anti-tank obstacles and ditches, and to the World War II Museum, which houses 8 000 exhibits, including combat reports, diaries, flags of military units, military uniforms, weapons, vehicles and other items. 

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Duration: 12 hours

Vitebsk is known as the cultural capital not only because of the annual song festival “Slavanski Bazzar”, but rather of the city’s rich artistic heritage. Marc Chagall was born here; Kandinskiy and Malevich also once lived and created in Vitebsk. You are welcome to visit the Chagall museum, follow “curved Vitebsk streets” and attend Art School.

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Duration: 12 hours

Polotsk is one of the most ancient cities of the EasternSlavs and many Belarusians consider it as the spiritual cradle of the country. First mentioned in the Primary Chronicle of AD862 and tightly connected with the Vikings’ influence within the region, it later became the capital of the Polotsk Principality and one of the most powerful centers of Kievan Rus.

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