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Reviewed February 13, 2017

I had the opportunity to stay in this magnificent place last October. Everything is amazing, I booked a suite and was like living in the past.
Nice Museum and perfect location for a break

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Reviewed December 3, 2016

Get a guide to feel this place. It is very nice, but if you don't know the history of it, you will get only about 30% of full impression without a person who can tell you every little thing about it what matters and makes the difference.

1  Thank Pavel S
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Reviewed October 24, 2016

Even if you decided to visit Minsk alone, devote your time and organise your trip to Nesvizh Castle. It is an amazng place, perfectly reconstructed with lots and lots of exhibits. The guides really know their job, the tour lasts around 1 hour and the facts and information is very interesting. There are a gift shop and toilets on the premises. The price of a ticket is 6.50 roubles for a student. they accept credit cards.

1  Thank Denis S
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Reviewed October 15, 2016 via mobile

Veeery beutiful place, with fascinating history and interesting facts. Is is very pitty that there is very minimum information about this place. Beautifully renovated. Must see if you are in Belarus.

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Reviewed October 7, 2016 via mobile

A stunning XVI century Castle that was built by a Polish noble family, situated 1.5 hour away from Minsk (we got there by car). The weather was nice and sunny, and we could see all the beauty of the place. Although it is almost 100% rebuilt after the wars and the Soviet Period, interiors are exactly as they used to be. The entrance fee is about 6€. You can explore the Castle on your own (every room has a sign in three languages explaining what the room was used for) or take a guide and listen to the history of the place. Around the Castle there is a lovely park with a lake.

1  Thank Nelly K
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