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Excursion «Monuments of Mir and Nesvizh (in English)»

Мир Несвиж Минск Экскурсия в Несвижский замок с выездом из Минска Экскурсия по достопримечательностям Невижа Беларусь Бронируйте путешествие в Мирский и Несвижский замки Бронируйте экскурсию в Мирский замок
Days: 1
Tour length (km): 270
Duration (hours): 11
Travel theme: Historical tour, Architectural tour, Culture and art
City: Minsk
Method of conducting: Coach tour
Time and place of dispatch: 9.00, Governor's carriage near the Town Hall (Freedom Square, 2). (additionally from 22.06.-29.06.2019 Village of Athletes, Dzerzhinsky Ave.)
Route: Minsk - Mir - Nesvizh - Minsk

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The price includes

  • Comfortable coach or car travel
  • Excursions in the museums according to the program (English-speaking guides or audio-guides)
  • All entrance tickets
  • Restaurant lunch

The fascinating excursion to the main sights of Belarus.

Additionally

The bus is marked with a yellow plate on the windshield with the name of the excursion. We ask you to be 15 minutes before the time of departure, check into the guide`s list and take a seat on the bus.

Map

Sights

Дворцово-парковый ансамбль в Несвиже
Nesvizh

The Nesvizh castle in Belarus: history. The Radziwills' Palace and Gardens are spread out on the north-eastern outskirts of Nesvizh by the Usha Ri...


Мирский замок
Mir

Mir castle — one of the main sights of Belarus The Mir Castle is one of those attractions of Belarus that need no introduction. The world will al...


Костел иезуитов (фарный) в Несвиже
Nesvizh

The town of Nesvizh, Minsk region, is world famous for its attractions and architectural monuments. One of them is the Jesuit catholic church, or N...


Слуцкая брама в Несвиже
Nesvizh

During the previous centuries fortifications and other types of defensive constructions used to be an integral part of a town. Particularly it con...


Часовня-усыпальница Святополк-Мирских в Мире
Mir

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...


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