Minsk – Krevo – Lida – Novogrudok – Syncovichi – Mir – Nesvizh – Minsk

Day 1.

Arrival at "Minsk-2" International Airport, transfer to the chosen hotel, check-in at the hotel.  Free time.

Minsk sightseeing tour visiting the place, where the city was born (11th century), the Upper town (16th – 18th centuries) with the Russian Orthodox Holy Ghost Cathedral and St Joseph Roman Catholic Church, the Trinity suburb (19th century); Isle of Tears, Independence Square (20th century) with its Government Building (1929 - 1933) and Red Roman Catholic Church of the early 20th century and others.

Dinner at the restaurant (national cuisine).

Free time.



Day 2.


Travel to a small village of Krevo (116 km). famous for its Castle built in the first half of the 14th century, the patrimony of Olgerd and Jagaylo, great Princes of the Grand Duchy Of Lithuania (13th - 18th centuries). There in 1385 Jagaylo agreed to become the king of Poland. Krevo sightseeing tour.

Transfer to Lida. Lida sightseeing tour. The town was founded in the 13th century. The tour includes the Castle of Lida (defensive architecture of the 14th - 15th centuries) combining features of Roman architecture and early Gothic. Nowadays, there are only some defensive walls and towers are left (under restoration) there.


Travel to Novogrudok. Novogrudok sightseeing tour including ruins of the Fortress of Novogrudok - an ancient monument of Belarusian defensive architecture (the end of the 13th - the beginning of the 14th centuries).The town was the first capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (1240). Transfer to Minsk (151 km).

Dinner. Free time.



Day 3.


Travel to Syncovichi (207 km). Visit to Syncovichi Church – a cult monument with features of defensive architecture of the end of the 15th – the beginning of the 16th centuries.

Travel to Mir (56 km) The 16th century's Castle of Mir offers an example of architecture of this period. It has features of the late Belarusian Gothic. In the 16th century, the castle was rebuilt in the style of Renaissance. Today it has features of Gothic, Renaissance, defensive and palace architecture.

Travel to Nesvizh (40 km)– a former residence of the Radzivills – medieval Belarusian magnets. Nesvizh sightseeing tour, including the Palace and Castle Ensemble founded in the 16th century. and built by Jan Maria Bernardoni, Corpus Dei Roman Catholic church (16th century) built also by Bernardoni, a patrimonial burial-vault for the Radzivills, Slutsk Gate (16th century), the Town Hall (16th –  17th centuries), Castle Gate Tower (16th century), Benedictine monastery (17th – 18th centuries). Transfer to Minsk.



Day 4.

Breakfast at the hotel

Check-out from the hotel

Transfer to the “Minsk-2” International  Airport for your departure flight