Welcome to Belarus! Everything oozes harmony here: medieval castles, small rural churches, ancient pagan temples, thick forests, wide meadows and crystal-clear lakes that sparkle like tears. All these natural treasures add romantic appeal and charm to this Slavic country. Visit its monumental capital Minsk, discover charming villages, explore amazing national parks and meet friendly locals. Belarus is the best place to feel the unity of the west and east, different confessions and lifestyles.
Belarus is surprisingly full of exciting things to do. It attracts adventurous travelers with great opportunities for hiking, kayaking, horse riding, biking and skiing. It has a lot to offer to history and culture lovers.
Minsk, Grodno, Brest, Mir and Nesvizh are the most popular destinations, where you can see and visit museums and monuments, fortresses and churches that belong to and keep memories of different historic episodes, traditions and regimes.
If you are lucky, you can take part in a folk festival where you get a chance to sing and dance in a ring, try simple, tasty and nourishing national food, and enjoy generosity and hospitality of Belarus people.
Whatever your agenda for this country is, try to visit Balavezhskaya Pushcha, the oldest wildlife park in Europe with pine trees and oaks that are more than five hundred years old.