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Discover Belarus beyond Minsk with this full-day castles tour. Visit the two small towns of Mir and Niesvizh, both home to 16th-century palaces. Follow your guide to see these Unesco-protected buildings and enjoy free time to explore independently at your own pace. Taste traditional fare during a lunch in Niesvizh complete with a samovar tea party and cakes.
Private walking Minsk city tour - you will see the main sight of Minsk. Visit museum of architectural miniatures «Strana mini» is an excellent choice for tourists. What expects you in «Srtana mini»: ❶ Sightseeing exposure of 20 key Belarussian attractions, trip to which you're able to take directly from the museum; ❷ Souvenir shop with a large range of souvenirs and presents from Belarus, made by more than 100 Belarusian craftsmen; ❸ English-speaking tour-guides; ❹ «Strana mini» mobile app is an audio-guide in the Russian and English languages. You can download this app absolutely gratis; ❺ Virtual Reality zone, where you can see sights outside and inside; ❻ 2 photo zones «Traditional Belarusian house» and «Belarusian bison-swing»; ❼ Free high-speed wi-fi; ❽ Rest zone; ❾ Each ticket includes photos & audio-guide. Museum “Strana mini” is a perfect place for getting
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
Mir and Nesvizh are small and cosy towns at 1.5 hour drive from Minsk. The cities hold the impossibly romantic 16th-century palaces, which are real pearls of Belarus architecture. They were once owned by the powerful Radziwill magnate family (the most powerful and rich clan in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania). Castles are under UNESCO protection for their uniqueness and considered as world heritage.
Minsk is an amazing city and we invite you to get acquainted with it in an amazing way – on the retro bus of the 30s. These buses circulated through the Belarusian capital in the prewar and postwar period. Oak benches, the sound of gear shifting, views of Minsk passing by behind sliding windows, and you feel like heroes of an old movie. We drive through the most significant and interesting places in Minsk. Due to its small size, our bus can get to many interesting spots that are inaccessible to standard buses. At Kastrychnitskaya Street we make a small stop to take a walk, admire street art and take a photo in the retro atmosphere of the factories of the early 20th century. The audio guide in Russian and English will introduce you to the history of the city, its interesting places and legends.
Explore Minsk highlights even if your time is limited on a tour that combines guided walks with private car transport. With stops at the Minsk Gates, Independence Square, Upper City, Victory Square, and more, you’ll get a great orientation to the city’s key sites. Walking alongside a personal guide means the chance to learn about local culture and history along the way.
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