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Belarus, officially the Republic of Belarus, and historically Byelorussia, is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe. It is bordered by Russia to the east and northeast, Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Lithuania and Latvia to the northwest.

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Atlandis Top 3 'Things to Do'

Sightseeing Tour Around Minsk on a Unique Retro Bus

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.

Mir and Niasvizh UNESCO castles tour

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 Tour: Brest Fortress - Brest City - Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park

Brest is one of the oldest cities in Belarus. Brest attracts tourists from all over the world as a magnet. A rich history and modernity are perfectly intertwined today in this wonderful regional center. An unforgettable trip to Belovezhskaya Pushcha (Bialowieza Forest), will leave no one indifferent. This majestic primeval forest is the largest forest of Europe. Preserved since the 13th century, it impresses with its rich history and its inhabitants. On the territory of more than 150,000 hectares you will find amazing natural discoveries: the 600-year-old "Patriarch Oak", the 350-year-old "Giant Pine", 59 species of mammals and 253 species of birds, as well as the unique museum of nature and the fabulous Residence of the Father Frost, bicycle routes and many other things.

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