There is a wonderful saying, "People Don't Take Trips, Trips Take People". Belarus is an experience that takes you one step closer to life. The East European country is exceptional from every corner and emerges like heaven-on-earth. Lush green forests, unique wildlife, ravishing waterfalls, ultra-urban spaces, trending cafe culture are the pinnacles of its wonder. The landlocked Republic is a sheer amalgamation of spectacular architectural creations, admirable natural wonders, and warm-hearted natives. The sky-kissing structures encompassed by the large spread of tall-trees and crystal-clear lakes that change colors when the sun sets on the horizon and admires the esthetics of the country. Buckle up and commence an exciting venture full of surprises with Belarus tourism.
USEFUL INFO. ABOUT BELARUS
OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of Belarus
FORM OF GOVERNMENT: Unitary Presidential Republic
CAPITAL & LARGEST CITY: Minsk
POPULATION: 9,408,400 (2020 est.)
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE(S): Belarusian and Russian
LANGUAGES SPOKEN: Belarusian, Russian, Polish, Yiddish, Ukrainian, and others
ETHNICITY: Belarusians, Russians, Poles, Ukrainians, and others
CURRENCY: Belarusian Ruble (BYN)
AREA: 207,595 km2 (80,153 sq. mi)
MAP REFERRED: Europe
REGION: Eastern Europe
HIGHEST POINT: Dzyarzhynskaya Hara at 346 m (1,135 ft) above sea level
LOWEST POINT: Neman River at 90 m (295 ft)
NEIGHBOURING PLACES: Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine
NATIONAL SYMBOL: National Emblem
National COLOURS: Red, Green, and White (colors of the National flag)
FAMOUS FOR: Belarusian Sweets, Chocolate Candies, Glazed Cranberry, Unique Architecture, Natural Beauty, and much more
TIME ZONE: UTC+3 (FET)
DRIVING SIDE: Right
LITERACY RATE: 99.7%
AIRPORTS IN BELARUS: There are 7 Airports in Belarus
Minsk International 1 Airport
Minsk International 2 Airport
AVG. COST PER DAY: USD 35 per day
NETWORK / CONNECTIVITY
The telecommunication network and connectivity of Belarus are predominantly urban. 60% of internet users are found in the capital city, Minsk. The internet is used in numerous sites like schools, universities, companies, industries, and many other places.
In recent years, internet cafes have become popular all over Belarus and the number of ISPs has increased immensely. Beltelecom is the major ISP of Belarus, other providers are BeST CJSC, COSMOS Telecom, Gomelsky RTSC Garant, A1 Belarus, and a lot more. 9757.12 KBps is the average internet speed in Belarus as per the 2017 estimation.
The usage of ADSL has increased in the past few years. Today every 1 in 4 houses has an ADSL connection plus improved services. More and more towers are set up in several areas and the offers and schemes provided by the brands increase the interest of the users.
There are many free Wi-Fi hotspots available in Belarus like Minsk (4,707 Free Wi-Fi's), Mahilyow (631 Free Wi-Fi's), Gomel (594 Free Wi-Fi's.), Brest (529 Free Wi-Fi's), Vitebsk (490 Free Wi-Fi's) and many other places. The average cost of the internet in Belarus differs from brand to brand. If the visitors do not want to buy local plans, they can certainly stick to the free Wi-Fi services for calling and texting.
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The official name of Belarus's currency is the Belarusian Ruble. The subunit of the currency is called Copecks. Earlier Belarus used the Soviet Ruble but after the fall of communism or the post-Soviet period, Belarusian Ruble was brought in light.
**Information: Belarusian Ruble is not a fully convertible currency, so visitors will not be able to get any before they arrive in the country.
Symbol: Br Code: BYN 1 Br= 100 copecks
Belarus currency to AED:
1 Belarusian Ruble (BYN)= 1.53 United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED) (as of 15 July 2020)
Br banknotes can be found in denominations of 5 rubles, 10 rubles, 20 rubles, 50 rubles, 100 rubles, 200 rubles, 500 rubles.
Kr coins can be found in denominations of 1copeck, 2copecks, 5copecks, 10copecks, 20copecks, 50copecks, and 2rubles.
Belarus's currency conversions:
Belarusian Ruble to INR: 31.30 INR
Belarusian Ruble to USD: 0.42 USD
Belarusian Ruble to Euro: 0.36 Euro
The history of Belarus is diverse and rich, the Belarusian ethnicities can be traced back to the time of Slavic people. Later on, the Belarusian lands were taken under control by the Kingdom of Lithuania, the Russian Empire, and eventually the Soviet Union.
The country gained its independence in 1991 and declared itself a Republic. Pre-independence, at the time of WWII, the country was in a devastating condition and it was highly affected by the damage. Belarus lost significant populations and economic resources.
Post-Independence, the country became stable, it was more inclined towards growing trades, making great architecture, and efficient technologies. Today, the country has amazing urban spaces and good connections with its neighbors and the growth results are commendable.
Belarus is a large country with a total area of 207,600 km sq. (80,200 sq. mi). The land area is â22,900 km sq. and the water area is 4,700 km sq. Belarus's geography is a mix of dense forests, flat, low-lying areas, and several areas of rolling hills. The extension length of the country from north to south is 560 km (350 mi) and from west to east is 650 km (400 mi).
The highest point in Belarus is Dzyarzhynskaya, at an altitude of 1,132 feet above the sea level and the lowest point is the Neman River on 295 feet above the sea level. Due to subsequent circumstances, the topography of Belarus is majorly divided into the hilly landscapes and individual highlands.
Belarus is a landlocked country. It borders with the other five European countries, namely Russia (from east and northeast), Latvia (from the north), Lithuania (from the northwest), Poland (from the west), and Ukraine (from the south).
Belarus is proud of its rich culture, unique traditions, artistic heritage, and lively mindset that dates back many centuries. The center of attraction of the Belarusian culture is its spellbinding architecture and vibrant art forms like dance, music, paintings, sculpting, pottery making, and much more.
The music culture of Belarus is as lively as it could be. The unique compositions of the Soviet era are still prevalent in many parts of the country. In 1996, The National Academic Theatre of Ballet was awarded as the top ballet company in the world.
Liberating literature has always been an essential part of the country. Literature has always been a great support in the journey of Belarus from a dependent country to an independent one. Many amazing writers, thinkers, and philosophers contributed that shaped the mindset of the locals.
Theatre has always been a major source of the depiction of stories, tales, and the happenings of the country to spread awareness and entertain people. The use of sounds, costumes, and lights give a touch of perfection to the act. Today, the theatre culture is immensely popular in Belarus.
FOOD & DRINK
Belarusian cuisine is a mixture of Eastern, Central, and Northeast European countries. A major part of their food comprises of meat and vegetables along with dairy products. Due to the predominance of the Slavic roots, several changes have taken place and the taste of the traditional food has almost vanished.
Belarus borrowed several cooking techniques from Italy, Germany, and France that can be tasted evidently in its cuisine. The use of fresh products, rich ingredients, and unique styles make the Belarusian cuisines epic. Locals prefer to buy farm-fresh products cause that brings out the flavors and taste of the food.
Belarusians mainly take three meals a day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). Breakfast mostly comprises of eggs, milk, fruits, and bread. Lunch is made in variety with meat (pork, goose, chicken, fish, and many other), vegetables, broth, and some side dishes. Dinners are either the leftovers of the lunch or some new dishes are made as per the preferences. Soups and dumplings are a part of supper or light meals.
The authentic drink of Belarus is Vodka (harelka). There are many similar alcoholic drinks made with honey and spices (nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, red and black pepper) also known as the local specialties. For non-alcoholic drinks, juice and carbonated water is preferred.
Must-Try Delicacies: Machanka, Vereshchaka, Draniki, Kolduny, Kletski, Babka, Cold Sorrel Soup, Mushroom Soup, Poliuka, and much more.
Must-Try Drinks: Krambambula, Cranberry Vodka, Vodka with Pepper and Honey, Fruit Juice, and much more.
Visit Belarus and treat your eyes with marvelous views. Admire the magic of its exquisite nature. The appreciable panoramas carry the essence of the European natural magnificence.
Belarus is extremely cheap and the experiences that the country serves within a limited price are incredible. So, visit Belarus for an amazing vacation.
The best reason to visit Belarus is that it provides a 30-day visa-free entry to over 80 countries. A perfect period to discover the marvels of the country.
The rich history of Belarus is evident in many parts of the country and it is a perfect place to visit for all the history buffs out there. Check out the castles, palaces, and much more.
Minsk, the capital city of Belarus is dotted with hipster place and luxury bars for amazing nightlife experiences.
Visit Belarus to explore the delectable delicacies at its gourmet restaurants and take a bite full of surprises.
Visit Belarus to explore its culture and heritage, the songs, dances, literature speak a lot about its vibrant, unique, and appealing customs and celebrations.
Visit Belarus to explore the vivacious cities, every city is renowned for its special features. Get ready for an amazing city break in Belarus.
The exclusive architecture is one of the highlights of the country and the uniquely crafted structures appear magnificent.
All the art and craft lovers must visit Belarus. The art centers, museums, galleries, and exhibitions showcase the best of the best creative work from the vintage days and current times.
The snowy version of Belarus is exceptionally magical. The white sheets sparkle under the sun rays and offer amazing and thrilling snow activities.
The best time to visit Belarus is in the months of May to September. The weather is warm, and the climate is favorable. The winter months are extremely cold with a temperature falling below freezing point. The average summer temperature is 20℃ and the average winter temperature is around 8℃ to 10℃.
During the peak-season, nature showcases the most beautiful sights with greenery all around and cool favorable breeze blowing every now and then. The tourist attractions are filled with people and the lively atmosphere feels good.
The Average Belarus Temperature
The Average Temperature of Belarus in May: 15℃
The Average Temperature of Belarus in June: 20℃
The Average Temperature of Belarus in July: 22℃
The Average Temperature of Belarus in August: 19℃
The Average Temperature of Belarus in September: 17℃
Visit Belarus with Family
Explore Mir Castle Complex, the historical site in Belarus with museum and restaurant for a perfect family outing.
Visit the Belarusian State Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War, a museum with World War II exhibits.
Walkthrough the Bielaviezskaja Pusca National Park and encounter amazing wildlife in the primeval forest.
Discover Belarusian National Arts Museum, a trove of Belarusian and Russian art.
Visit the excellent Minsk Town Hall, a stately government hub from the 1800s.
Visit Belarus as a Couple
Explore National Academic Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theatre, a grand venue for ballet, opera, and music.
Encounter beautiful sunset for a romantic evening at the Narach Lake, a large lake surrounded by pine trees and exquisite nature.
Visit Saint Simon and Saint Helena Church, a historic red catholic church with eye-catching architecture.
Discover Skiing complex Logoysk, a lively ski resort with dining facilities, and relaxing saunas.
Visit Belarus with Friends
Explore the Biarezinski Biosphere Reserve, renowned for ecotourism, lakes, forests, natural beauty, and whatnot.
Make merry in the Solnechnaya Dolina, a skiing resort with amazing views and exciting experiences.
Have fun in the Dreamland Amusement Park, an Island-themed aqua park, and water slides.
Visit Losvida Lake, an amazing site for camping and lake-viewing.
Visit Belarus with Kids
Visit Nesvizh Radziwill Castle, a 16th-century palace with Baroque chapel.
Explore the National Library of Republic of Belarus, renowned for its iconic design.
Spend the evening with your kids in Gorky Park, a famous park with open-air theater and cafe.
Walk-in and discover Minsk Botanical Garden, a tranquil garden with walking paths.
What to Buy?
Zefir (famous Belarusian sweet)
Sbiten and Mead
Belovezhskaya (bitter tincture)
Kommunarka and Spartak chocolate sweets
Traditional Belarusian alcoholic drinks
Golden straw souvenirs
Belhudozhkeramika (Ceramic souvenirs)
Makey (well-crafted leather product)
Ragna (folk style souvenirs)
Mir Castle Complex
The Gothic-style castle is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage site in Belarus. The highlight of this place is its amazing craft that attracts numerous tourists all year around. It is an outstanding example of Belarusian art and culture and is a popular site in the country. Timing: Monday to Thursday: 10 am to 6 pm
Friday to Sunday: 9:30 am to 7 pm Price:
Monday to Friday
Adults 5.84 USD approximately
2.92 USD approximately for children
Saturday and Sunday
6.67 USD for Adults approximately
3.34 USD for Children approximately
Nesvizh Radziwill Castle
It is considered one of the most beautiful castles in the country. The appealing architecture of the 16th-century marvel is an example of the heritage of Belarus. The cultural complex is visited by numerous people and marked as a major tourist spot. Timing: 10 am to 6 pm every day Price: 5.84 USD
Bielaviezskaja pusca National Park
The famous National Park in Belarus houses lush green spaces, amazing wildlife, and a sheer sight of natural magnificence. The primeval forest is home to 900 plants and 250 animals and birds, including several rare species. Timing: Open 24 hours Price: USD 1.04 approximately
National Academic Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theatre
This is an appropriate spot for the art admirers. It is one of the biggest theatres in Belarus where people can enjoy entreating shows and events of ballet and Opera. Get ready to encounter the cultural extravagance of Bekarjs in its awesome theatre. Timing: 10 am to 8 pm every day Price: Ticket price differs as per the show.
Skiing complex Logoysk
An astounding ski resort that offers memorable experiences of a lifetime, it is one of the most preferred attractions in Belarus. Buckle up and jump into a pool of excitement. Undergo thrill and take part in ravishing snow activities like skiing, snowboarding, and much more. Timing: Monday to Thursday from 12 pm to 11 pm
Friday from 12 pm to 2 am
Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm
Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm.
Price: USD 30 approximately Other Popular Places to Visit in Belarus
Belarusian State Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War
National Library of Republic of Belarus
Belarusian National Arts Museum
Minsk Botanical Garden
Muziejny Komplieks Dudutki
Saint Simon and Saint Helena Church
Minsk Town Hall
Biarezinski Biosphere Reserve
Pripyatsky National Park
Narachanski National Park
Silichy Ski Resort
Zaslawskaye Reservoir....and many more
Most Popular Regions To Visit In Belarus Minsk, Belarus
Minsk is the capital and largest city in Belarus renowned for its urban setup and amazing tourist areas. It is one of the best places to visit in Belarus. This amazing tourist spot houses architectural museums, huge libraries, art centers, and much more. Minsk attractions: Belarusian National Arts Museum, Belarusian State Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War, National Library of the Republic of Belarus, and much more.
The city is renowned for its historical spaces of the soviet era. The old museums, traditional architectures, and ancient monuments are the example of its legacy. The mesmerizing nature and the lush green sceneries are a cherry on top that adds up to its beauty. Mogilev attractions: P. Maslienikau Mahiliou Regional Art, Mahiliou Town Hall, Mahiliou Zoological Garden, and much more.
The city displays unmatchable beauty and historical heritage. The fortress ruins, archaeological museums, and striking war moments are unique and appealing. The city is a sheer mixture of old and urban sites with a fast-moving lifestyle. Brest attractions: Brest Fortress, Muzei Zheleznodorozhnoi Tehniki, Kholmskiye Vorota, and much more.
The city caters to several exquisite views of unique structures, palaces, castles, monuments, and much more that belong to the vintage era. Also, the food tastes incredible. The traditional cuisines in its gourmet restaurants feel like a party in your mouth. The delicacies are made with a perfect selection of fresh ingredients. Grodno attractions: Old Castle, St Boris and Gleb Church, Park Zhilibera, St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, and much more.
If you can make time.... More Places to Explore in Belarus
Pastavy, Belarus....and many other cities, towns, and villages
Free Time Fest
The free time fest portrays vibrant celebrations of the Greek-culture of Belarus. The festival comprises many games and performances. Costume shows are also held, live dancer and music events are the highlights of the festival and Location: Gomel, st. Irininskaya Date: March
Viva Rovar is a famous cycling festival and one of the best things to do in Belarus. The participation charge is free numerous people take part each year. Toddlers are allotted a separate area where they can play while the parents are cycling. So, make the most of it and have fun. Location: Minsk Date: May
It is the festival of fantasy, comics, anime, and games. People dress up as their favorite characters and click pictures. The vibrant and colorful costumes light up the ambiance and dance and music performances are held all through the event. Location: Minsk Date: May
Kupalskae Kola Fest
It is an International and a renowned folk-rock festival of the country. Everyone gathers and dresses up in a hipster style. A variety of music is performed, many food stalls are set up with luscious food and several activities are arranged for the visitors for a fun time. Location: Near Belarusian State Museum of Folk Architecture and Life Date: June
The visa requirements for Belarus have become much less complicated over the years. To travel to Belarus, all visitors must hold a passport valid for 90 days after the date of departure from Belarus and with at least two blank pages.
For Belarus citizens: Belarusian citizens have visa-free or visa on arrival access to 75 countries and territories.
Major Short-Term Visa Options (Single, Double, Or Multiple Entry) for Belarus:
Business travelers visa
private travelers on a family business visa
Documents required for Belarus visa:
Visa application form
One passport photo
Original letter of invitation, with the signature and if a business, the seal of the inviting party.
Medical insurance policy
Other documents stipulated by the Consular office
List of Countries that can travel visa-free to Belarus:
No Visa Required
Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
Visa-Free Entry/Visa-On-Arrival (90 Days)
Argentina, Brazil, Israel, Mongolia, and Venezuela.
Visa-Free Entry/Visa-On-Arrival (30 Days)
Cuba, Ecuador, Montenegro, People's Republic of China, Qatar, Serbia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates.
Diplomat Passport Holders of Several Countries Can Enter Belarus Visa-Free:
People's Republic of China
Republic of Korea
Visitors don't need a visa to transit Belarus by air, but the maximum period you can transit and remain airside is 24 hours.
Get more information on 'How to get a visa to Belarus' through the Official website of the Embassy of Belarus.
**Please note that the information is subject to change. For the latest information and updates, please contact your embassy.
Renting a car or taxi is the best means to travel around in Belarus. It helps people reach the desired place with the utmost comfort and convenience. The average cost of renting a car in the country ranges from USD 120 to 200 approximately.
Ride a bus
Riding a bus is an ideal option for budget travelers. The connectivity is good, roads are well-built and there are many stops available in varied parts of the country. The avg cost of renting a bike might cost USD 4 to 5 per day and USD 2 to 3 per day for a bicycle.
Train services are considered, convenient, affordable, comfortable, fast, and well scheduled. There are no worries about delays due to traffic. Each city and town are well-connected via the train routes. The ticket depends upon the train and route taken.
Via Road Route
Belarus is a landlocked country and the country can be easily reached via road route. The visitor is required to get all the necessary documents to cross the international border and enter the country.
Via Air Route
Belarus has a good number of International airports and it connects to many countries of the world. The ride is convenient, fast and the price ranges as per the services. Taxi and buses are available near the airport that takes the visitors to the desired destination of the country.
Via Train Route
The International trains serving in Belarus are Pribaltika Riga-Odessa, the Minsk-Irkutsk, and many others. The high-speed trains are preferred by the nearby countries as it treats the visitors with mesmerizing views of the borderlands of Belarus.
Carry toilet paper. Apart from the hotels, it is rarely available in any other public area.
Spend 2-3 days in the capital city of Minsk. It is filled with surprises.
Keep your pronunciation tab always open while traveling as it might be hard to pronounce several names of the places.
Learn basic Russian and Belarusian words before traveling.
Pack weather favorable clothes.
Make use of public charging spots in case of emergencies.
The place is a paradise for meat lovers.
Do always carry some local currency.
Make sure to visit the top tourist locations of Belarus as the nation is renowned for its amazing city breaks.
Do make a note of the traffic rules and regulations of Belarus before self-driving.
Tipping is common at restaurants.
Signing for travel insurance is highly recommended.
Do not indulge in any sort of photography in the prohibited areas.
It is recommended to hook onto the Wi-Fi as much as possible for better connectivity.
Use public transport for an amazing travel experience.
Make sure to buy the handmade home decors.
Keep your luggage and bags safe to avoid any mishappening.
Be aware of the bar scams.
Avoid heading out during late night all alone.
Be cautious in the mountains while hiking.
Do not reveal your address or room number to any stranger.
Always keep printed proof of all the pre-bookings or online bookings you make.
Do keep your visa and passport in your bag before heading out.
Keep a valid international driving license before renting a car.
Always keep the emergency numbers of Belarus on speed dial.
Never violate any rules and regulations in Belarus to avoid heavy penalties.
Park vehicles in the legit parking places only.
Must carry a first aid.
Get a vaccination for:
Mumps and rubella (MMR)
Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis)
Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B
Get medical insurance before traveling to Belarus.
Obtain an eye-cooling drop to protect the eyes from being strained.
It is recommended to keep face masks to avoid tiny dust particles.
Always keep hand sanitizers, wet tissues, and germ-kill sprays.
Carry your medications for a considerable period.
Do keep valid prescriptions in case of emergencies.
Do carry painkillers and pain relief sprays.
WHAT TO PACK?
Pair of gloves
Pair of goggles
Battery charger and power bank
Camera with extra batteries
A light jacket or pullovers
Waterproof jackets or umbrella
Passport and Visa
Printed travel documents and tickets
Sport shoes or hiking shoes
Small backpack to carry essentials
DRESS CODE & ETIQUETTE
Wearing short dresses in churches is not ideal.
Nightclubs have dress codes, so, wear something as per it.
Dress as per the weather conditions, layer up during winters, it is cool in Belarus.
Keep a jacket with you for the evening as it might get cool.
PLACES TO VISIT NEAR BELARUS Russia (4,403 km)
Russia is one of the major countries of Europe renowned for its rich history, vibrant culture, and exquisite natural magnificence. Russia's climate is cold, and the weather is good. Russian cuisines have their own significance due to the strong flavors.
Latvia (533.2 km)
Latvia lies on the Baltic sea and is exceptionally beautiful. The large landscapes, wide beaches, and sprawling forests are the highlights of its wonders. The wooden architecture is the notable feature of the country and the old towns are famous for local crafts, food, and music.
Lithuania (355.8 km)
Lithuania is a European country in the Baltic region. The nation borders Belarus and is renowned for its white/golden sand beach areas, natural magnificence, and thrilling water activities. The culture, traditions, and customs are unique and vibrant.
Poland (715.1 km)
Poland is a Central European country and has a temperate seasonal climate. The country is renowned for its flavorful cuisines, traditional dishes, and unique cooking styles. The gourmet restaurants serve you with the most amazing experiences.
Ukraine (830.4 km)
Ukraine is an Eastern European country and is best known for its Orthodox churches, Black Sea coastline, and forested mountains. The natural beauty is complemented by the favorable weather conditions that serve visitors with the best traveling expenses.
Distance Between Places of Importance In And Around Belarus
Minsk to Mogilev: 182 km
Mogilev to Brest: 529.8 km
Brest to Minsk: 343.6 km
Minsk to Moscow: 713.3 km
Minsk to Riga: 473.6 km
Minsk to Vilnius: 182.4 km
Minsk to Warsaw: 548.5 km
Minsk to Kyiv: 567.1 km
40% of Belarus is covered with forest.
The country's longest street is Independence Avenue.
Maslenitsa Week in Belarus is the pancake week.
Belarusians love playing and watching sports.
Belarusians are considered the warmest, friendliest, and most hospital people.
The Diamond of Knowledge or the National Library of Belarus is an award-winning structure.
Belarusians love potatoes!
Minsk, the capital of Belarus is the hub of street art.
Bison, the heaviest surviving land mammal in the whole of Europe is the National animal of Belarus.
Belarusians have many superstitions, one of which is if you whistle in the house, then all your money would go away.
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