The city, and has cafes, restaurants, and shopping opportunitiess, as well as clubs and music events. Minsk is also known for its parks and gardens.
Braslav Lake Area-There are approximately 300 lakes in the region that are known as the ‘Blue Necklace’ of Belarus due to their azure waters.
Although the highest point in Belarus is 345m above sea level, mountain skiing is popular. Belarus prides on its modern alpine skiing facilities.
The park is famous for lush landscapes, flora and fauna, the most notable of which is the European Bison.
This mighty architectural feat is built in the Baroque, Gothic, and Renaissance styles, and is heavily surrounded by fortification walls.
Kike the beautiful Belarus landscape with its numerous lakes, rivers and forests and it is always popular with Belarus trekkers.
A memorial complex erected in the city of Brest that stands on the site of the original fortress.
The city of Grodno in particular for the Kalozha Church. The church is still in working order and is a place of worship for Orthodox Christians.
National Park Pripyatsky lies in a valley that is also known as the Belarus Amazon, due to the amazing number of forests and swamps found here.
The Minsk Sea is actually and artificially created reservoir that is popular amongst locals and tourists alike, articularly in the summer months.
The castle is known for being trapezium in shape, as well as for its crimson walls that are the result of the ornate brickwork.
Polotsk is a place of significance historical and architectural importance and has a whole host of heritage buildings for visitors to explore.
In Belarus, the railway museum has fifty-six trains and features steam locomotives, steam cranes, diesel trains, and even a snow plough.