In order to travel, not necessarilyTo spend a lot of money. There are wonderful places, trips to which will allow you to relax well, and most importantly - inexpensive. One such decision is a trip to Belarus. This country is rich in architectural monuments. Its life and traditions are also interesting. There are several places that are especially recommended for visiting every tourist.
Old capital city
Minsk is conditionally divided into a new and old city,which is also called the upper city. This location is the first in all tourist routes. Its center - Liberty Square, and earlier - Napoleon Square, is rightfully considered the "heart" of the city. Once there were markets and shops, met the city authorities, and in the mansions lived the local aristocracy. Today you can see the town hall built in the beginning of the 17th century and other historical monuments, as well as stroll along paved paths. It is worth to book a hotel in Minsk in advance.
You can learn about the culture of Belarusians by visiting the museum"Dudutki." It is located 40 km from the capital, on the river Ptich. This museum is huge: it occupies about 160 hectares. It is here that you can plunge into the provincial way of life of the past centuries, learn about ancient crafts, folk customs and way of life. At this point, everything is very realistic. Here you can bake your own loaf in an old bakery and try yourself as a potter or a blacksmith. Immerse in the atmosphere will help and historical reconstruction. For connoisseurs of authenticity on the territory there is a cottage in which you can sleep and steam in a bath. For the most subtle connoisseurs of antiquity, accommodation in the hayloft can be arranged.
Nesvizh is a small town that coststo visit for the sake of its architectural sights. One of the main treasures here is the Church of God's Body, built in the 16th century. The interior of the temple consists of numerous frescoes and bas-reliefs, and the main altar is decorated with the "Last Supper". In the basement of the church there is a shrine of the dynasty of the Radziwills. Among other attractions of the town is Nesvizh Castle and the Town Hall, built in the 16th century, as well as the Slutsk Brama - arched gates connecting the road leading from Nesvizh to Slutsk.