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Free Walking Tour in Minsk

#5 of 104 Tours in Minsk
Minsk, Belarus
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About Free Walking Tour in Minsk
Have you already explored the main landmarks of Minsk? Would you love to go off the beaten track and dive into the vibrant underground culture of the city? Then it’s high time to experience Minsk as a true local and join this tour, where you will get to know: *The history of Minsk’s street art & graffiti scene *The Belarusian youth lifestyle *What Brazil and Belarus have in common
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NEW! Soviet Tank riding at Stalin Line military complex

The complex created in the 1930’s was once an important part of the defense system along the western border of the Soviet Union. It was built to protect the USSR against attacks from its western enemies. The complex has a wide range of military equipment from the war and post-war period including - aircraft, armored vehicles and artillery. After the visit you will have an opportunity to try some soldier porridge in a local cafe and the icing on the cake, take a ride in a real Soviet tank!
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4 hours
from $126.41

Minsk Soviet tour

On this interesting Soviet tour of Minsk you will learn about the communist era in Belarus, and see many buildings and monuments that remain as reminders of that time. Your local guide will point out the Stalin-era buildings and the places that played a role in communist rule in Minsk. As this is a walking tour, you’ll experience the city up close.
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120 to 150 minutes
from $22.98

Mir and Niasvizh UNESCO castles tour

Discover Belarus beyond Minsk with this full-day castles tour. Visit the two small towns of Mir and Niesvizh, both home to 16th-century palaces. Follow your guide to see these Unesco-protected buildings and enjoy free time to explore independently at your own pace. Taste traditional fare during a lunch in Niesvizh complete with a samovar tea party and cakes.
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9 hours
from $113.77

Mir and Niasvizh UNESCO castles tour MINI group: max 3 people

Mir and Nesvizh are small and cosy towns at 1.5 hour drive from Minsk. The cities hold the impossibly romantic 16th-century palaces, which are real pearls of Belarus architecture. They were once owned by the powerful Radziwill magnate family (the most powerful and rich clan in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania). Castles are under UNESCO protection for their uniqueness and considered as world heritage.
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9 hours
from $137.90

Soviet tank riding and Kalashnikov shooting MINI group: max 3 people

The complex created in the 1930’s was once an important part of the defense system along the western border of the Soviet Union. It was built to protect the USSR against attacks from its western enemies. The complex has a wide range of military equipment from the war and post-war period including - aircraft, armored vehicles and artillery. After the visit you will have an opportunity to try some soldier porridge in a local cafe, blank shoot a WWII era Kalashnikov and the icing on the cake, take a ride in a real Soviet tank!
Please note! The minimum age band for blank firearm shooting activity has to be 18 years old
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4 hours
from $168.93
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acestealth11 wrote a review Mar 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom9 contributions3 helpful votes
I had a lovely tour with Aleandra, it was exactly what I wanted. The tour gave me a great overview of the history of Minsk and Belarus during Soviet times and I learnt a lot about current Belarus. Walking Independence Avenue with a guide to point out the gems I might have
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Pedro Ventura wrote a review Mar 2020
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It was a fantastic experience, our guide Dasha was friendly and show us a lot of the Belarus habits, culture and history. I strongly recommend this tour, at the end, certainly you'll see Minsk with a complete different view.
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Der Arsch wrote a review Mar 2020
Berlin, Germany146 contributions41 helpful votes
I took a free walking tour in Minsk and it was amazing. We were only two guests so you could say it was kind of a private tour. The guide was amazing, she knows so much about Minsk and Belarus. Totally recommended!
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Downundermick wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom43 contributions44 helpful votes
Took the tour with Roma who was extremely knowledgeable and captivating. Ended up being the only one on the tour which made it a truly wonderful experience. Highly recommend
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Martin O wrote a review Mar 2020
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Bahdan is an excellent and knowledgeable guide that will explain things you won't find in any guidebooks. His english is perfect and there will be no problems in communicating with him. Bahdan also took his time to email me recommendations for sights in Minsk, something he did
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Date of experience: March 2020
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