Sightseeing Tour Around Minsk on the Retro Bus
Route: Svobody square - Pobediteley Avenue - Panorama of the historical center - Suvorov School - Trinity Suburb - st. Lenina - Nezavisimosty Avenue - Nezavisimosty Square - Privokzalnaya Square - Dynamo Stadium - Oktyabrskaya street - Gorky park - Victory Square - Osmolovka district - Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theater - Marat Kazei Square - Zybitskaya street - Palace of the Republic, Y. Kupala Theater - Svobody square
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 the sliding windows, and here you are in the atmosphere of the 30s of the last century.
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, such as Osmolovka and Trinity Suburb, for example. We make a short stop in Kastryсhnitskaya Street where you can admire street art and take amazing photos in front of the red brick facades of the factories built in the early 20th century.
The audio guide in Russian and English will introduce you to the history of Minsk, its interesting places and legends.
The tour takes the following route: Town Hall, Svobody Square - Sports Palace - Stela Minsk - Hero City, WWII Museum - Victory Park - Panorama of the historical center - Suvorov School - Trinity Suburb - Lenina street (Square with fountains) - GUM building - KGB building - Minsk Central Post Office - Nezavisimosty Square - Privokzalnaya Square - Dynamo Stadium - Oktyabrskaya street - Gorky Park - Belarusian State Circus - Victory Square - Osmolovka District - Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theater - Marat Kazei Square - Zybitskaya street - Palace of the Republic, Y. Kupala Theater - Town Hall, Svobody Square.
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