at the railway station (at the airport).
City tour of Minsk “Minsk – the capital
During the tour you will find out a lot about
the rich history of Minsk,
you will walk along quiet, secluded
small streets of the old city, which unexpectedly will lead you out to the wide
modern avenues. You will find out why the city with a thousand-year history is
called a young city. You will plunge into the coziness of public gardens and
parks. You will also find out what price Minsk
has paid during the Great Patriotic War. You will visit the historical centre
of the city: Independence Avenue, Independence Square
where the House of Government and St. Simon and Helen Church (also known as the
is situated, Victory Square,
Y. Kupala Park, the Isle of Tears, Troitskoye Predmestye (Trinity Suburb),
Cathedral of Holy Spirit, City Hall, the Upper Town.
The route covers main streets and squares of the capital.
for the Dudutki Museum (45 km).
The Dudutki Museum
The museum of
material culture and handicrafts Dudutki is located 45 kilometers away
from the capital of Belarus Minsk and is situated in the picturesque place on
the river Ptich.
The excursion to
Dudutki, the unique museum of material culture and handicrafts, gives you a
chance to plunge yourself into the atmosphere of Belarus of the 19th
century, become acquainted with the ways of country life and discover the
secrets of ancient handicrafts. A functioning windmill,
a pottery and a joiner's workshop, an ancient forge,
a rural bakery and other unique objects…
Here you can turn the
potter's wheel, make a souvenir for yourself and in the smithy you can shape
a horseshoe “for luck”. Professional potters and blacksmiths can help you.
- Transfer to hotel.
- Breakfast at the hotel.
- Check out.
- Departure for Mir Castle
Mir and the Mir Castle
The program of this
excursion familiarizes you with an outstanding example of Belarusian
architecture of the 16th century - the Mir Castle
and museum situated in a watch tower. You will hear a story about the origin of
the castle, about his owners and the peculiarities of the architectural style.
Nesvizh is one of the
most interesting Belarusian towns. In Nesvizh, which was the residence of
magnates Radziwills during 400 years, you will see the palace and park
ensemble, St. Farny Polish Roman Catholic Church, The Slutsk Gate, Bernadine
Monastery, Dominican and Jesuit monasteries.
Return to Minsk to the railway station (to the