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Tour Mir - Nesvizh (from Brest)

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Route: BrestMirNesvizhBrest
Distance: 550 km
Duration: 14:00 hour
Kind: Bus-Walking tours
Language of training: Russian
Mir Castle and Nesvizh Palace are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the most beautiful castles in the country. The history of great people and great states was written here. You will get acquainted with the subtleties of perfect fortification systems and walk through the halls that still remember the great princes and kings, as well as learn about the unique architecture, incredible legends and palace intrigues.
The excursion program

The cost of the tour Mir - Nesvizh (from Brest) for individual and corporate groups

  • E-ticket
  • 24/7 support
  • Payment card
  • Meeting at the hotel

Prices:

The cost of the tour 2-78-1920-5253-68
The cost for the group 23'170 32'693 49'265 54'027 Order
Price for 1 person in the group from 3'310 from 1'721 from 947 from 795

Included in the price

  • certified guide services
  • transport services

Additional charge

  • other services
  • lunch
  • entrance tickets
    • Mir castle 444 / 222
    • Nesvizh palace 444 / 222

The excursion program- Mir - Nesvizh (from Brest)

  • Gathering the group
    Gathering the group Brest, from the hotel Molodezhnaya, Komsomolskaya street 6 (near railway station)
  • Moving
    Moving in Mir (260 km)
  • Attraction
    Attraction Chapel-burial vault of Svyatopolk-Mirsky family (visual inspection)
    Chapel – a ladder which will spend you from powerful walls of the lock to magnificent parks. In it the embodiment of modernist style style, so popular in the 19th century, - any symmetry and classics – a new view on architecture, fresh receptions and forms. This place chose also a lock ghost – Sonechk who, among others, is buried in a tomb.
  • Attraction
    Attraction Mir Castle Complex
    The world – the town with a silent cosiness of streets where throughout centuries destinies, culture and life of Belarusians, Poles, Roma, Tatars, Jews closely intertwined. On the suburb of the town the medieval giant - Mir Castle Complex important settled down. Majestic towers and powerful walls are harmoniously combined with the beautiful park, being reflected in a pond mirror. The halls ornated by a carving and gilding, graceful furniture, abrupt ladders on which you not just will pass – you will turn into other reality, in other century.
  • Lunch
    Lunch
  • Moving
    Moving in Nesvizh (30 km)
  • Attraction
    Attraction Nesvizh town hall (visual inspection)
    In the center Nesvizha the fine example of architecture of the 16th century – a city Town hall – self-government institutions is located. She can tell you all mysteries of the medieval city and citizens: here the court was managed and sentences were pronounced, there was a city archive and treasury, control scales were stored here, and nearby there took place fairs. Heart of the oldest Town hall in Belarus and fights today rhythmically – each 15 minutes from a high tower remind of time hours.
  • Attraction
    Attraction Нouse on the market (home of craftsman) (visual inspection)
    The house of the handicraftsman or lodge in the market located at the market square, undoubtedly draws attention – there are no others such, not only in Nesvizhe, but also Belarus. And 3 centuries ago building of the area around a town hall quite so looked: lodges of handicraftsmen with graceful baroque facades which, as if a maple leaf, elegantly cover a 2-skatny wooden roof. The house in the Market - the only example of city housing of the first half of the 18th century which has remained in Belarus with a peculiar baroque facade.
  • Attraction
    Attraction Benedictine Monastery in Nesvizh (visual inspection)
    Nikolay Hristofor Radzivill Sirotka who has got a good education in Europe and his wife Elzhbeta Evfimiya from Vishnevetsky' family who for beauty and mind was often called "the Savsky queen" and in Nesvizhe sought to develop formation of the European level. At the initiative of Evfimiya, in 1596 in Nesvizhe the female Catholic monastery, the first in the territory of Belarus, has been founded. Here girls from the shlyakhetskikh of families studied. The tradition of education stands out through all history of the city - and thread isn't torn off. Today in the building of the monastery the Nesvizhsky state college of Yaqub Kolas is located.
  • Attraction
    Attraction Sluckaya brama (visual inspection)
    She for centuries met dealers and handicraftsmen, poets and composers, princes and kings. Or not it? At the end of the 16th century it was possible to get to Nesvizh through one of 5 gate – other options were not. Up to now only one remained – Slutsk. Whether often to you gate to the city meet? Is not present? Then surely make a photo for memory and make a wish, having passed through them.
  • Attraction
    Attraction Nesvizh Church (Church of Jesuits) (visual inspection)
    "Bow to your temple in your fear" - meets by these words parishioners a majestic and God's monumental Nesvizhsky church of a body. Built in the 16th century, it became the first in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth temple in Baroque style: magnificent frescos, pictures, marble and gilding. Under a church the crypt Radzivillov – тревья in Europe a tomb by the number of burials settled down. Really atmospheric fascinating place.
  • Attraction
    Attraction Nesvizh palace Radziwill
    It is stale – one of the oldest and most mysterious cities of Belarus where there is the well-known Nesvizhsky palace. In the 16th century beauty and magnificence of finishing it competed with many royal palaces: a parquet from the most valuable breeds of a tree, the unique finishing of a ceiling, walls covered with gilding. This really mystical place and one of the most mysterious in Belarus within the walls of which looks for calms of a shower of Barbara Radzivill – the Black lady Nesvizha.
  • Moving
    Moving in Brest (260 km)
  • The end of the tour

Map of the tour route Mir - Nesvizh (from Brest)