Day 1

13:00 Arrival in Minsk.
14:00 Check-in.
15:30 Minsk city-tour (3 hours).

The capital city of Belarus is situated in a picturesque place on the banks of the Svisloch river. Minsk was first settled over 900 years ago in 1067. However, not many real ancient monuments have remained in Minsk. Much of old Minsk was razed to the ground during World War II. But today Minsk is the city of wide streets, modern and old architectural ensembles, fountains, shady parks and green boulevards. The city tour gives a good opportunity to enjoy a special hospitable atmosphere of Minsk. You can admire its surprisingly clean, and beautiful streets and avenues. Moreover you can learn the history, culture and traditions of the Belarusian people.

19:00 Free time and night at the hotel.

Day 2


Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
Free time.

Day 3

Buffet breakfast at the hotel.

08:45 Transfer to Nesvizh. (121 km, 1.5 hours).
10:30 Excursion in Nesvizh castle (1,5 hours).

The small town of Nesvizh founded in the 13th century. This is the former residence of the ancient Belarusian-Lithuanian family of Prince Radziville. 

For decoration of their possession in Nesvizh the Radzivills gathered European best architects, painters, woodcarvers, gardeners, decorators, jewelers. The legend of hidden gold apostles of Radziwills is haunted by many people. One can see there wonderful monuments which gave the city the name "Paris of the North". It is the Slutskaya Brama (1690), Town Hall Square, the famous “Farny” Kostel (Church) and the Radzivill’s family crypt. Nesvizh is the city-treasure, whose charm is not lost with age. 

12:30 Trasfer to Mir (30 km, 28 min).
13:00 Lunch at restaurant Doroga zamkov (Castle road) in Mir.
Restaurant is stylized to a classic Belarusian village house, provides with home-cooked dinners and traditional Belarusian cuisine.

14:00 Excursion in Mir castles (1,5 hours).

In Mir town you`ll see the pearl of Belarusian architecture - the Mir Castle. This is the 1st monument of national culture, included in UNESCO World Heritage List. The construction of this castle was started in the 1520s by Duke Ilinich. In 1568 the castle came into the hands of Mikolay Radziwil. He used it as his hunting castle and completed it in Renaissance style. A three-storey palace was built along the eastern and northern walls of the castle which had forty fretted rooms. Earth walls were built around the castle with bastions at the corners, surrounded by a water moat.

16:00 Transfer to Minsk (98 km, 1 hour 20 min).
Free time and night at the hotel. 

Day 4

Breakfast at the hotel
11:30 Transfer to Stalin Line (28 km, 30 min).
12:00 Excursion in Stalin Line (1,5 hours).

Stalin Line was a line of defensive installations dispersed from one to six kilometers with different artificial obstacles. The main task of the fortified region was to protect Minsk from the attack of fascist’s army in 1941.
The exposition was created so that a visitor could feel the spirit of the times. The historical and cultural complex opens up a look to antitank “hedgehogs”, obstacles, pillboxes, caponiers. The opportunity to be absorbed in history is one of the distinctive features of the museum.

The basis of the exposition is original pillboxes. These real witnesses of battles create a special atmosphere, do not leave a single visitor indifferent to the feat of the Red Army soldiers.
Moreover, there is also a park of military equipment of different years in the complex: caterpillar and wheels equipment, cars, antitank guns, airplanes and helicopters. It is one of the most complete expositions of artillery and military equipment in the Republic of Belarus. For some extra amount of money guests can try famous “Soldier’s porridge” and “100 gram” (100 ml of vodka, that soldiers got free before they start for the attack). Moreover you can drive on a tank or shoot from an antitank rifle.

13:30 Transfer to Ganka manor (Interaction + lunch), 4-4,5 hours.

Ganka Farmstead located in a restful picturesque place on the edges of Epimahi village. Silence, soul harmony and coziness will be companions of your rest.
Hospitable family of Anatoly Ganets will greet you near their cottage with accordion, bread and a shot glass of moonshine (home-made vodka). They will tell the story how to make and how to drink this product in the right way. Guests will have the tour of the house and other premises of the Manor, see different birds and animals living there.
The apogee of this holiday will be the most delicious lunch cooked by Anatoly’s wife and daughter. All ingredients are grown here, in the Manor.
Fantastic folk band will play music while you are having a meal. After the lunch you will have chance to take part in Slavonic dances master class.

Day 5


Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
12:00 Check-out and transfer to the airport.

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