17 April 2024

The long-awaited event for residents and guests of the city - the beginning of navigation in St. Petersburg! This year navigation will start on the 27th of April. It means that from the 27th of April it will be possible to enjoy excursions along the rivers and canals of the city again.


22 March 2024

MIR Travel Company will tell you where and how to get there! The excursion is called the Golden Ring of Russia and passes through several Old Russian cities. The route itself was developed in 1967 with the inclusion of 8 cities: Sergiev Posad, Pereslavl-Zalessky, Rostov the Great, Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Ivanovo, Suzdal and Vladimir. 


Belarus is a hospitable country and a real hidden treasure for those who like travelling, getting new impressions and collecting memorable experiences. A great number of historical, cultural and natural monuments is concentrated on the relatively small territory of the country located at the very East of Europe. Mild climate, beautiful natural landscapes and rich historical heritage allow visiting the
country all year round.

The capital city of Belarus is Minsk – one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe founded in 1067 The city’s image combines modern buildings, Soviet architecture, ancient churches and lots of green areas. The historical legacy of Belarus is spread all over the country. Two famous castles, included in the UNESCO world heritage list – Mir Castle and Nesvizh Castle – greet their visitors with medieval grandeur surrounded by rural landscapes and park ensembles.

Belarusian culture and traditions are very rich and diverse, and reflect the country’s location at the crossing point between West and East Europe and the country’s long and turbulent history. The unique examples of local crafts can be found, among others, at the Dudutki open-air museum where the typical rural life of the 18-19th centuries was reconstructed.

Belovezhskaya Pushcha is a world-famous nature reserve included in the UNESCO List of Cultural Heritage. The vast areas of virgin forests serve as home for a large number of rare plants and animals among which the European bison – one of the symbols of Belarus.

It is impossible not to mention the Belarusian cuisine that represents a perfect mixture of long cooking traditions both of West and East Europe and offers delicious dishes made from fresh natural products.