Ancient Towns of Mir and Nesvizh
Excursion to the castles in Mir and Nesvizh with the departure from Minsk.
We present to your attention one of the most popular excursions - "Monuments of Peace and Nesvizh". You will see the most valuable monuments of Belarus listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites - the Mir Castle and Architectural, Residential and Cultural Complex of the Radziwill Family in Nesvizh, which restoration ended in 2011.
Ordering an excursion fr om us, you will see The majestic Mir Castle, which was built in the XVI century, its bright architectural look, mighty walls and towers, colorful courtyard leave a lasting impression which will be complemented by the museum exposition in the northern part of the castle. You will feel the atmosphere of life in the castle passing through the basements wh ere provision was kept and the Ball-room swimming in luxury of Rococo style. Alongside of the castle there is the flamboyant chapel of the Svyatopolk-Mirsky family. The historic part of the town of Mir - the place wh ere Belarusians, Poles, Jews, Gipsies and Tartars had been living together for a long time - kept the atmosphere of the former small town.
Rest with VETLIVA will let you see the ensemble of the market place is formed by the Orthodox and Catholic Churches, synagogues, Yeshiva, the houses of craftsmen and merchants. Lunch at the restaurant.
Our bus tour with the departure from Minsk going on.
Drive to the next point of our tourist route - Nesvizh, the former capital of the Radziwill's Ordination. During our tour, you will see many well-saved architectural sights at the Market place of this picturesque town: the Town Hall, shopping arcades, artisan houses; the Slutsk Gate (XVII cent.) is located nearby. Taking a view of the Park and Palace Complex of the XVI-XVIII centuries designed by the Italian architect Giovanni Maria Bernardoni by order of Nickolay Christoph Radziwill «Sierotka». The magnificent castle surrounded by high earthworks and wide ponds represents the system of buildings forming the tasteful court of honor. The elements of Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism are interlaced herein.
The program of our tour, which you can buy from us on the site, includes the impressive expositions, great halls of the palace, living and housekeeping areas, picturesque parks adjacent to the palace. Trusting your holiday VETLIVA, you will see the famous The Farny Church of the XVI century (architect Giovanni Maria Bernardoni) - the first Baroque building in the Eastern Europe. This church is one of the most valuable in Belarus due to gorgeous fresco painting and the undercroft. The guide will tell you about the history of the most powerful family of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth - the Radziwill Family which influenced the cultural heritage of Belarus and Europe. Return to Minsk.
VETLIVA - the best excursions across Belarus with the departure from Minsk.
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.
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Уважаемые организаторы!Нас переполняют положительные эмоции после посещения Несвижского и Мирского замков! Красиво,познавательно,чётко организовано. Отдельно об экскурсоводе:Владимир Залыгин не мыслит себя без этой работы,ПРОФЕССИОНАЛ,обладающий огромным энтузиазмом, знаниями и желанием их донести до слушателей и своеобразным обаянием.Всё понятно,грамотно,доходчиво....и "вкусно"
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С женой и детьми приехали в Белоруссию впервые и были приятно удивлены, такой живописной красотой замков. Дети были в восторге от рассказов про призраков Несвижского замка. Сам я стался очень доволен. Надеюсь все наши каникулы по Беларуси будут такими же хорошими.
Nesvizh is a real town-monument under the open sky, which played an important role in the history of Belarus and has a number of must-see sites, wh...
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...