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vals etc, which would take place during this time. I would be visiting: Minsk, Brest and possibly somewhere in the East. Thank you very much! Juan
Hi, I am visiting Belarus this summer for 4/5 days. I wanted to spend half of the time exploring Minsk which leaves me with enough time to visit one other region of the country. Where would people recommend as the 'must-see site' in Belarus? I'm entering and leaving the country from Lithuania, so this might be a factor...
Also, can anyone recommend the best form of transport to take? Car hire seems a little expensive, so I'd like to know how most people travel around the country.
Felix300 Re:Bruno 1982.
I believe Brest with the Fortress is a nice thing to explore and an easy place to get to on your way back. Grodno is a nice place, too, boasting of a number of undamaged old buildings.
archiron!2 Re:Bruno 1982.
I would recommend spending a day or two in Grodno, especially since it's close to the Lithuanian border. You can travel by train or bus within the country. There are minivans running between Minsk and Grodno every hour or so. The ride is about 4.5 hours. Have fun travelling.
Hi, I've just came back from 5 nights in Minsk so here's some info.
You DO need a visa. You can get it either from a Belarus embassy in your home country or at Minsk 2 airport.
You MUST have an invitation letter and a voucher from a travel agent in Belarus. You get this when you book your apartment or hotel with them.
As for the health insurance being a UK citizen you don't need to purchase this at the airport like some other nationals.
Place to stay. You can either rent a hotel room or an apartment. If you want any advice about this then email or pm me and I can tell you where I stayed and places in good locations.