Tour «BV2-Pack Weekend in Minsk»
Tour «BV2-Pack Weekend in Minsk»
1 DAY (SATURDAY): MINSK - DUDUTKI
You will have a sightseeing tour around Minsk and a trip to Dudutki.
Arrival in Minsk by train. The guide meets tourists at the 7th train of your train. (For full execution of the program, it is recommended to purchase tickets for trains arriving in Minsk no later than 7:30). Transfer to the hotel, early check-in. Breakfast.
At 10:00 the beginning of the panoramic bus and walking tour.
Book our Minsk sightseeing tour, and you will see:
During the tour you can not only see the main sights, but also learn about the most important historical events from the life of the city: the battle on the Nemige River, the granting of the city the right to self-government, the wars of the XVII and XVIII centuries, the heroic underground during the Great Patriotic War and much more. Wide avenues, spacious squares, Stalinist Empire - Minsk is surprisingly harmonious and bright, and the locals are friendly and always ready to help the tourist. Dinner.
The next point of our route is the museum of Belarusian ancient crafts "Dudutki".
For those wishing for an additional fee*. Dudutki - an exciting trip with an interesting excursion content and attractions, including tasting dishes and drinks. You can taste fresh homemade bread with rustic oil and herbal tea from the baker and miller, try the honey from the hunter, you will get a noble vodka and a traditional snack on the broth, and, of course, the famous Belarusian lard with cabbage! Woodworking masters, a potter and a blacksmith will share the secrets of their craftsmanship and conduct real master classes. In the end, everyone can ride in the car. Return to Minsk. Free time. Overnight at the hotel.
2 DAY (SUNDAY): MINSK - MIR - NESVIZH - MINSK
The excursion to the castles of Belarus wait for you on the second day.
Breakfast. Excursion trip "Mir - Nesvizh". This day will amaze the majesty and power of the most legendary aristocratic family of the Commonwealth, raise the veil of secrecy over ancient secrets and mystical incidents. You will find a majestic medieval Mir Castle, and in Nesvizh - a magnificent palace complex of the XVI-XIX centuries. - the residence of the princes of the Radziwills.
You will see Mir and Mirsky castle.
Moving (~ 90 km.) to Mir. You can appreciate the power of the Mir Castle, see its massive towers and walls, Gothic clutches. Stone-paved patio and siege well will help to feel the breath of the past. The world is not just a castle. You will see a panorama of the ancient Belarusian town, wh ere representatives of different faiths and peoples lived side by side for centuries. The stern defensive tower-bell tower of the church of St. Nicholas and the gilded domes of the Holy Trinity Church form the face of the shopping area. Slim civilian construction is complemented by synagogues, which in the town once was seven! Dinner.
Then you will see Nesvizh and Nesvizhsky castle.
Moving to Nesvizh (~ 30 km.) Wh ere, in addition to the delightful palace and park ensemble, you will also see the monuments of the XVI-XIX centuries:
Both castles are the property not only of Belarusian culture, but of all mankind. They are listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. An unprecedented tragedy, passion, courage, self-sacrifice and, of course, an exciting story of eternal love will come to life in the form of beautiful architectural creations and fascinating legends! Return to Minsk. Transfer to the railway station. Departure to Moscow by an evening train (recommended train No. 028 B. Departure from Minsk at 22:23 - arrival in Moscow at 08:40).
The organizers have the right to make some changes in the tour program without reducing the volume and quality of services: the replacement of the hotel is equivalent, provision of lunches in restaurants and cafes on the route depending on their loading, to make changes in the excursion program depending on objective circumstances.
The chapel-tomb of the Svyatopolk-Mirsky family in Mir. That building was used as a tomb for nobles of the Orthodox faith, while mainly Catholic f...