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Why do we hardly hear anything about Jews in present-day Minsk? Where has a whole community, or even a whole civilization gone, with a language of its own, Yiddish, that used to be a state language in USSR in 1930-s, and Jews themselves constituting...more
We had a great two hours walking around Minsk with Alexandra. She was friendly and knowledgeable about her city, and created a good group atmosphere by making up some games, asking us questions etc.
The tour was very interesting and well-structured, we really enjoyed it...More
Nikita was an energetic guide that was very knowledgeable about the city of Minsk and its rich history. We saw places like the victory monument, the Afghan war memorial and got recommended resturants and free activites. The tour gave us more information on the places...More
We had a good time with Alexandra for both the tours - she was very caring, nice and funny girl providing us with a lot of information and making sure our needs were taken care of.
We enjoyed the Mir/Niesvizh castle tour alot it saved...More
Our tour guide was Nikita, he was enthusiastic and knowledgeable. We were able to get to grips with the history and dynamics of a city that would otherwise be quite daunting. We also came away with a great list of restaurant and bar recommendations!
The fee walking tour leaves at City Hall. Our guide, Roman, was very professional and told lots of history, also very painful things, of Minsk history. Walking distance was not so long but vey well planned; we saw a lot. Excellent way to get to...More
This tour was absolutely fantastic. Lots of Minsk's historical, political, and geographical knowledge communicated in a concise manner by our guide Badhan.
I would recommend doing this your first time in Minsk, and then move on to the regular tours and museums. It is a...More
I took this tour after taking their free tour, which was also excellent. It was a hot day in Minsk and thankfully our guide (forgot his name but tall blonde fella) was considerate enough to din shady spots to tell his stories and not to...More
We did the free walking tour with Alex (I think). The meeting point is Town Hall at 11am and we arrived at 11.01am and introductions had already been done so I had a glance at her ID card which I think said Alex. It was...More
We took the Minsk Jewish tour with kseniya rudenko .
We walked near old synagogues , yeshdiva , Zionist land marks where Mania Shochat organize the 1st Zionist Russian conference. In the Getto , monuments for the holocaust .
The tur was excellent, it included...More