Make Some Marvellous Memories in Minsk on Private Sightseeing Tours
Minsk city is the capital of Belarus where you can make some memories on Minsk private sightseeing tours. This capital is well known for its safety and its cleanliness; citizens are law-abiding, so even jay-walking is frowned upon.
Minsk is on the main transport routes connecting Western Europe and east with regions of the Black Sea coast and Baltic states. The city Minsk lies between the river Svislotsj and Njamiha, you will be pleasantly surprised at what Minsk has to offer.
Bursting with history, Minsk guided tours of the war museums and monuments of this city is a must. The cultural tours Minsk provides include 13 museums and 10 theatres.
With private Minsk tours of the Orthodox churches and Catholic Churches, you will see stunning architecture and see the beautiful gardens.
Walking tours Minsk offers are of the famous monument of the KGB which overlooks Independence Square or walking tours of the residence of Lee Harvey Oswald who was accused of the assassination of the USA president John F Kennedy; Lee Harvey Oswald resided in Minsk from 1959-1962.
Top 10 Things to Do in Minsk
Visit the Great Patriotic War Museum on inspirational Minsk Guided Tours
One of the highly recommended Minsk Guided tours is the Great Patriotic War Museum where you get to understand the hardship and suffering of the people during these times.
The city, Minsk, is also well known for being one of the most beautiful and impressive cities in Europe and it receives lots of visitors. Just off Independence Square, in the centre of Minsk, are many side streets with large shopping areas which you can see and experience on city tours Minsk.
The city comes alive at night with bars and restaurants, try your luck at the casinos or experience the many different and traditional dishes of Belarus. From the observation points of the city, take in the many views of the city in all its glory night or day.
Travel Tips for Minsk
Best time for visiting Minsk would be from May through to September, with a moderate climate. The warmest months are July and August. The capital Minsk is well known for its safety and cleanliness. Very law-abiding citizens. The historical city of Minsk with parks and beautiful gardens, also has many museums Theatres, can be visited any time of the year no matter the weather. There is always something to do and places to see.
The currency of Belarus is ruble, and is not a convertible currency; you won't be able to obtain before arriving in the country. Dining out in Minsk can be cheap, with some lunch menus for as little as 5 - 6 rubles, with 1 ruble on average= $1.5 with luxury and budget accommodations in and around the square of Minsk. Tipping is on average at 5% but not required but will be appreciated; Taxis are cheap for getting around.
Compared to most European countries, you will be surprised what Minsk has to offer. The language is Belarusian or Russian; you will find plenty of signposts in English, with the younger generation very helpful with using the English they have learnt. Booking accommodations and Minsk guided tours before arriving to avail of the best prices before arriving. Belarus introduced a five-day visa-free travel for over 80 countries, for a more extended stay
Minsk has a moderate climate; winter can be very long, it starts from October till January with snowfall and temperatures dropping to as low as -5. The good weather months are from May through to September with the months of July and August being the warmest. Do expect rainfall in the months of May and June. A good tip always has an umbrella on hand. The months of March and April are pleasant and reasonable warm for Private Minsk Tours