A Belarusian tourist and information center opened in Munich. Now the major task is to prepare a Bavaria-Belarus travel itinerary. The first destination is Dudutki, the last is the National Park Pripyat.
By Polina Ivancha: The Belarusian tourist and information center opened in Munich a month ago. It is a combination of a sightseeing tour agency, a hotel and a kind of an inquiry counter. Bavarians can choose a tourist route, get a visa and receive full and reliable information about our country from a travel guide to the national cuisine.
In turn, the center enables Belarusians to see famous Bavarian castles and attend Oktoberfest in Munich. The first group of Belarusian travelers will go to Bavaria in early September. By the way, Germany is the third popular Schengen zone country among Belarusians after Poland and Lithuania.
The German delegation is planning to stay in Belarus until August 4. Tomorrow the guests will visit Mir and Nesvizh Castles. The last destination is the National Park Pripyat