- Discover 900 years of history with a knowledgeable guide
- See all of the city’s significant architectural highlights
First settled in 1067, the Belarusian capital was badly damaged during World War II, and much of its post-war architecture had a grim, grey Stalinist feel to it. Today, however, Minsk is a thriving, cosmopolitan city that’s a pleasure to explore. With this Minsk sightseeing tour you’ll not only get a feel for that vibrant atmosphere, but also an insight into the city’s long and fascinating history. Join a professional local guide for a journey amid the architectural beauty of Minsk down through the ages.
Sights covered during this unmissable Minsk gift experience include Independence Square in the historic centre, the House of Government, the famous Red Church, the huge obelisk in Victory Square, and the Eternal Flame that honours those lost in the war. Travel past the City Hall, the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, enjoy panoramic views of Yanka Kupala Park, and much more besides. The perfect introduction to Minsk, this is a great way to get your bearings in the city when you first arrive and learn why those who live here, and those who visit, think it’s so special.