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Belarus In Your Pocket! 5 Useful Guides In English, French, German And Russian

BelarusFeed. Whether you are planning a visit to Belarus, looking for a useful souvenir or just want to know more about one of the most undiscovered countries in Europe – these travel guides may be your best option!
BelarusFeed looked for printed and electronic travel guides about Belarus available online and picked 5 books in English, French, German, Russian and Belarusian.
The guides offer local insights, budget tips, money saving advice, tips on places to stay, things to see and do, where to eat and many more!

New Fancy Tourist Map Of Minsk Is OUT! What Do You Think?

BelarusFeed. As more people come to see Minsk, more useful and funny maps of the city get published – a graffiti map, a bar map or even this one that you can color yourself.
Check out this new map that has just been released!

Color Minsk Your Way! New Interactive Map Allows You To Change The Face of The City

BelarusFeed. Minsk will no longer be grey and dull – at least on the internet. There appeared an interactive map of the city center that allows users to color the capital the way they see it.
The map was designed by a Belarusian artist Mitya Pislyak and programmed by Red Graphic agency.

Here Comes The Cutest Minsk Graffiti Map Ever!

BelarusFeed. When you get tired of taking pictures in Nemiga or posing with graffiti in Kastryčnickaja street, go on a tour around Minsk… cats.
Yes, exactly, Minsk has 14 awesome murals with funny cats and now there’s also a map of them for your convenience!

5 Travel Websites That Will Help You Plan A Trip To Belarus

BelarusFeed. Here are some websites that would be useful for a traveler heading to Belarus. Enjoy!

Minsk Guide

34travel.me. Discover all the attractions, hotels and hostels, fancy restaurants and hipster bars, places to upgrade your cultural level and those to relax.

4 Thrilling Walks To See All Of Minsk In 5 Days – Print And Explore!

BelarusFeed. Minsk is one of the least explored yet fascinating European capitals. It is a city that is both over 900 and less than 90 years old.
The guide tells how to get to the city from the National airport, where to stay, taste Belarusian cuisine and shop for souvenirs.

Belarus In Pocket: 5 Handy Travel Apps You Can Use

BelarusFeed. A trip will be more pleasant and convenient if there are useful apps, that can help find the way or recommend a cafe, in your smartphone.
Here are 5 handy apps with English versions that BelarusFeed recommends taking a look before you travel to Minsk or Belarus.

“Discover Your Belarus!” New Tourism Booklet Of The Country With Hip Photos Available In Eight Languages

BelarusFeed. Belarus’ National Tourism Agency has published a new booklet on Belarus, reads a post on the website of the agency.