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Modern, easy-to-use station with all the signs in Russian & English. A tunnel links to Ploscha Lenina metro. Next to the main bus station too. Watch out that "Платформа" (platforma), translated as "platform", refers to the concrete pathways between the tracks, but there are trains...More
The railway station was not found in the city map which I took from the hotel. The station itself is a relatively new building with waiting rooms inside and cafes. Also the trains were modern and equipped with a passanger information system. Only few cashiers...More
Nothing particularly special about this conventional modern looking railway station. I walked through it on the way to the bus station to head to Mir. There's a convenient underpass from the railway station to the other side of the main boulevard there. THe station itself...More
The station is centrally located. There are clean toilets and all the other facilities are clean. It offers shelter if you are arriving from Minsk airport it have to wait to your Airbnb/hostel check in. There are restaurants inside as well
All Central stations in the capital city are centrally located. They are not palces of tourist attractions but since I was in the vicinity I decided to pay a visit. It was nciely decorated due to Christmas and New Year and there were lot of...More
The railway station in Minsk is clean and efficient. It is also bright and airy, due to the effective use of glass. Nonetheless, I found the old railway station more charming.
There is not much to do in the railway station, but those changing trains...More
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It is totally possible. There is a Lithuanian train that goes back and forth between Vilnius and Minsk a number of times a day. I have usually purchased the tickets on line or you can go to the train station. It is a... More
It is totally possible. There is a Lithuanian train that goes back and forth between Vilnius and Minsk a number of times a day. I have usually purchased the tickets on line or you can go to the train station. It is a comfortable train that takes about three hours. It would take less time but the Belarusian immigration comes on and checks everyone’s passports.