Belarus? What can you find there? Come and discover this interesting post soviet country.
Belarus (White Russia) is the former Soviet republic mostly suffered from the Nazi occupation; numerous memorials are evidence of that. The most impressive of them is Khatyn memorial reflecting the tragic fate of a burnt Belarusian village. One will learn a lot about this country while travelling from Brest citadel to Slonim synagogue, from ancient Grodno to Mir and Nesvizh Radziwill castles, from Novogrudek, the homeland of the great Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz to Vitebsk the town of Marc Chagall, throughout the great Volozhin, Radin, Mir, Novardok yeshivas and finally to the capital Minsk hero-city exposing the typical architecture of 1950s.
Today’s cuisine of Belarusians includes many traditional dishes. The most popular are pork stew – Machanka, and Vereshchaka, homemade sausages, Draniki – thick potato pancakes, Kolduny or Kletski – dumplings, Babka baked grated potato pie, Cold Sorrel soup, Mushroom soup and so on. Since the times of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania the national culinary traditions have been a mix of Baltic, Slavic, Jewish and partly German cuisines.
Once Lithuania conquered Belarus and ruled it for a long time, so for us it is the same historical and cultural territory and our team knows it very well. We also have a good associates and professional guides. If you will not choose from standard offers, we will create a different balanced program for your tour, book hotel according to your preferences, provide professional driver with a good vehicle and the most important – will choose for you guides who specialize in different tour types and heritage aspects. Our team will recommend suitable restaurants and out the beaten path activity for those who seek for it.
DMC JeruLita operates small and medium size groups in cooperation with our partners in Israel, USA, Canada, South Africa and Australa. We will be glad to direct you to our local travel expert who will connect you with the group we operate on the spot.