Top 10 places to visit in Belarus
Developing, moving, interractual. Concentric zonal structure of the city makes it easy for tourists to find the best areas to stay and spend their time – simply tend to the city center, making circles around the main October Square, the Svisloch River promenade, the Old Town, Opera and Ballet Theater, city parks, bars and terraces all around Nyamiha and Verkhny Gorod. Best advice one could follow coming to Minsk, unless they have a passion for riverside promenades, affordable local cuisine cafes and European-style shopping malls – which is also quiet a reason to visit the city, – look up the events announced for the dates of your arrival. Interractual art shows, weekend street performances, clubbing events, local goods fairs, sports game events, open-air festivals, charity events and daylight lakeside parties – the city has so much to offer, if you dare to ask.
Logoisk (⁓30 km North-East of Minsk)
As it was mentioned in the article on Ski Resorts in Belarus, Belarus is very keen on winter sports. The most popular ski resorts are Silichy Ski Resort and Logoisk Ski Resort, both in the same Logoisk district. Located in the middle of pine tree forest, both complexes have a developed infrastructure, which attracts visitors both winter- and summertime. Modern slopes well-equipped for skiing and snowboarding, nearby recreation facilities, gyms, equipment rentals and summertime sports grounds are perfect for active beginners and long-time sports adepts.