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Flight Tour Over Belarus

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We suggest group flights by a comfortable plane. Traveling by airplane is a delightful opportunity to see the beauties of Belarus from a bird\'s eye view, \"touch the clouds\", try the incredible feeling of weightlessness, . .
Country: Belarus
City: Minsk
Duration: 1 Day(s) - 0 Night(s)
Tour Category: Balloon Rides
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We suggest group flights by a comfortable plane. Traveling by airplane is a delightful opportunity to see the beauties of Belarus from a bird's eye view, "touch the clouds", try the incredible feeling of weightlessness, recharge the energy of the sky and get impressions that will remain forever in your heart. Groups of 3, 6, 9 or 12 people !!!!! It is possible to organize an individual flight. The date, time, and cost of an individual flight is discussed separately. Tour dates: Saturday, Sunday. Departure time from Minsk for the flight: 09.00, 13.00 (landing is near the metro station of the Institute of Culture or agreed separately).

Excursion program: Transfer to the airfield Minsk - Dudutki (40 km from Minsk). Introductory safety training. A flight over the sights of Belarus(1 hour): Minsk - "Stalin Line". Flight around Minsk - Pipes of TEC 4, the Minsk Sea, hotel Yunost, Semkovo, Borovaya, Trostenets, and the whole Minsk, as on the palm of your hand, from a bird's eye view. "Stalin's Line" - This is a unique opportunity to see defensive structures with the eyes of a fighter pilot of the Great Patriotic War.

More to do in Minsk:

Belarus has quaint rural villages, Disney-esque castles and dense ancient forests aplenty – the capital of Minsk is not to be overlooked. But with fairly little known about this underrated European city yet lots to see, eat and do.

Once you arrive in downtown Minsk, take a stroll along the banks of the Svislach River. During your walk you’ll notice picturesque Trinity Hill, the city’s oldest surviving district. The pastel-hued houses here reminded you of the streets surrounding Buda Castle in Budapest. Opposite this iconic suburb sits the Isle of Tears. Cross the footbridge to take a closer look at the haunting memorial dedicated to the Soviet soldiers who lost their lives during the conflict in Afghanistan.

If it’s an evening of culture you crave, catch a ballet or opera performance at the National Academic Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theatre. Tickets are affordable and pretty readily available, although booking in advance never hurts. If ballet and opera really aren’t your thing, we still suggest visiting the opera house to check out its imposing St Petersburg-style architecture, beautiful fountains, and bronze statues.

After the show, it’s a short 15-minute walk to Liberty Square, home to City Hall. During the summer months, free jazz and classical concerts are held in front of it. Whilst you’re here you should also take a moment to appreciate the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, it’s so pretty when it’s lit up at night. Need a place to rest those weary legs? Pull up a pew at one of the local establishments nearby. Whether you fancy tucking into more traditional Belarusian fare or sipping a glass of red at an upmarket wine bar, you’ll find it all here.

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