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Travel to Belarus

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Belarus has a rich cultural heritage, with art galleries, theaters and museums, including the home of Marc Chagall. Historical sites include many memorials, castles and fortresses.

The Belarusians love the outdoors and the cities offer plenty of parks and open spaces. There are five renowned national parks in the country, and one of them, the Belovezhskaya Puschka, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Although the Chernobyl disaster in neighboring Ukraine impacted the Gomel region of Belarus, is is scientifically accepted that any danger to health for visitors to Belarus is minimal. There are very strict controls over the contaminated areas and they cannot be visited without official approval.
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  • Electricity: 220V, 50Hz
  • Times to Travel: Belarus has clean modern airports and excellent international rail links. Driving is possible, with the requirement that the driver have an international license. Auto insurance can be purchased at the border

    May to September is considered to be the best time to travel to Belarus. The daytime temperatures are in the high 70's° to low 90's° F (23° - 35° C). If you don't mind the cold weather, winter is beautiful.

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Victory Square, Minsk

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This page was last modified on April 7, 2017.