Are you staying in Belarus for a few days? Do not limit yourself to walks in the capital. We can organize excursions to the most remarkable places of interest in the country.

Dudutki, a museum of old folk crafts and technologies

Dudutki is a nobleman’s country estate some 40 kilometers from Minsk. On display are a functional windmill, a stable, a forge, and a pottery. During the excursion you will be offered to taste the local bread and cheese, as well as the samogon (traditional home-brew alcohol). You shall visit an ethnographic gallery of authentic household items, a stable of the famous Orlov Trotters, and a display of vintage automobiles. Horse carriage rides, banya (Russian sauna), and lunch in the local inn are offered to the visitors. Dudutki is a wonderful place to rest and take pictures.

The Stalin’s Line, a military history museum

An open exposition, the museum lies within 45 kilometers from Minsk and 6 kilometers from Zaslavl. It was founded in 2005 to commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War (the eastern campaign of Nazi Germany and its allies versus the Soviet Union). Historically the exposition is based on the line of long-term defense fortifications—reinforced concrete bunkers and trench shelters of the Minsk Fortified Region. On display is a park of the 20th century’s military equipment—a must see for all military technology enthusiasts.

Architectural monuments of Mir Castle and Nesvizh

Belarus’s most precious historical monuments, the Mir Castle and the Nesvizh Castle and Town, are included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. The Mir Castle was built in the first quarter of the 16th century. Nesvizh Town is the former capital of the most powerful families in the Great Duchy of Lithuania and Rzeczpospolita.

The Blue Necklace of Naroch

The blue lakes of the National park Narochansky—the transparent Hlublya and Hlubelka, the mystic Dead Lake, the beautiful Svyir’ are a pure nature lover’s delight. You will visit a neo-baroque chapel in Sviyr’, a Carmelite monastery ensemble in Zasviyr’ and an ancient estate in Shemetovschina.

The Khatyn memorial complex

The complex is dedicated to the Belarusian people in the occupied territories during the Great Patriotic War. The Khatyn village was burnt down with all of its inhabitants. Architects Y. Gradov, V. Zankovich, L. Levin and sculptor S. Selikhanov created a memorial in the memory of hundreds of Belarusian villages destroyed by the Nazis.

Polotsk—the patriarch of the Belarusian land

The road to Polotsk runs through Logoisk, the Beresina Biospheric Reserve, and Lepel. You will be narrated about important historical developments in the course of the rise and formation of the Belarusian national state. In Polotsk you will visit the St. Sophia’s Catherdral built on the remaining fragments of the 11th century original cathedral, hear an organ concert. You will be shown the functional Euphrosyne Women’s Monastery enshrining the remains of the Saint Euphrosyne of Polotsk.

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