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The New Europe: Travel to Belarus

Belarus Tour

We begin our journey to the ancient Slavic country of Belarus, with arrival into the capital city, Minsk.

In the marvelous capital Minsk, we'll have an in-depth exploration of the important historic sites, the astounding architecture, notable buildings past and present, parks and squares, the outstanding National Museum and visit the modern parts of the city as well.

We have a deeper immersive experience visiting the Vitebsk, considerd the cultural capital (where Chagall was born and lived), Polotsk called the spiritual center, Mir, Nesvizh and Brest.

The drives are short and lovely with en-route stops at wildlife reserves (twice) and other sites or importance.

We return to Minsk for your departure home or hyou can continue on the 18 day tour into Ukraine and Moldova.

Victory Square, Minsk


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Day 1: Minsk
Met on arrival (most international flights arrive between 2-3 pm) and transfer to hotel. 

Arrival from Vilnius: Train #14 arrives 5:45 pm. Met on arrival and transfer to hotel.

We’ll go to a local restaurant for dinner and return to hotel to retire early after your long flight.

Day 2: Minsk
A full day tour of Minsk's most notable buildings, monuments, parks and the National Art Museum.

Day 3-4: Vitebsk
En-route to Vitensk we stop at the striking Khaytn Memorial, a symbolic sculptural composition and monuments to commemorate Belarusian citizens who died during World War II. The memorial is built on the place of the burnt down village of Khatyn.

Then lunch at the Berezinskiy Wildlife Reserve before continuing to Vitebsk.

Enjoy an informative tour of Vitebsk’s main highlights including the 12th century Annunciation Cathedral with its golden domes, the classical architectural style of the Governor’s House and a number of other fascinating buildings and monuments including a monument to Marc Chagall.  Other influences of Chagall include the famous Vitebsk People’s Art School building (originally organized in 1918 by Marc Chagall, Kazemir Malevich and Alexander Romm). The embankments of the Western Dvina are shown to hold a number of other beatutiful monuments just waiting to be discovered.


The guided tour continues including a visit to the Art-Centre of Marc Chagall to see the artist’s original works and also the Museum-House of Marc Chagall where the artist spent his childhood and youth.

Day 5: Excursion to Poltsk
Polotsk is one of the most ancient cities of the Eastern Slavs. An archaeological expedition of the Institute of History of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus suggests that Polotsk already existed in the first half of the 9th century. 

City tour of Polotsk includes a visit to the Savior Ephrosiniya Convent where one can see miracle-working relics of the Saint that have been kept for more than 900 years, St. Sophia Cathedral and other remarkable buildings of the past.

Return to Vitebsk for overnight.

Day 6: Minsk
We return to Minsk with stops along the way.

This afternoon visit the wonderful National Library. We'll go up to the observation platform for a panoramic view of Minsk.

Day 7: Depart Minsk
Transfer to airport.


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Trip Details

7 day trip begins and ends in Minsk, Belarus 
2019 DATES
May 18-24 & Sep 14-20
From: $2265 (USD)
$200 discount if booked with Baltics Tour
4-5* hotels
6-12 guests
All breakfasts, 5 lunches, 2 dinners

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