BELARUS Destination Guide and Tours
Travel into landlocked Belarus through sweeping marshy areas and thick forests. Once there, you’ll find a land abundant in history, wildlife and warm hospitality. Famed for its crystal-clear lakes, the Minsk Sea provides guests with a free public beach and boat hire.
Gain an understanding of Minsk's Soviet past as you are led through the city with your Local Expert. See the wide avenues and gargantuan concrete buildings. Pass Lenin, standing in front of the government headquarters. In Victory Square, see the obelisk honoring the heroes of World War II and the Church of St. Simon and Helena.
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Northern Capitals & Russia
An all-embracing journey of Scandinavia, the Baltic, Russia, Lithuania and Poland, showcasing Baroque splendour, fine design and historic conflicts and resolutions.
When to go: Winters in Belarus can be extremely cold. For the warmest climates & the best chance to see the spectacular rebuilding effort post-WW2, head there between June and August.
MAR - MAY
JUN - AUG
SEP - NOV
DEC - FEB
London GMT +2
Belarusian Ruble (Br)
Belarusian and Russian
European Standard of 220V, with a frequency of 50Hz.
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