As Belarus is situated in the center of Europe (you may look at the |map|
and explore some more about its geography), there are no problems getting
here. Everything depends on from where you are starting, and by which
means of travel you prefer. From across the ocean... Hi, across-oceaners!
The only way for you is air travel. Several companies will offer you a
flight to Belarus. They are: |Lufthansa|
(German), |LOT| (Polish),
BelAvia (Belarussian), |Aeroflot|
(Russian), etc. You can find out scheduling information on their sites.
Search for "Minsk". I would also recommend to check out the |following
link|. This is the Lonely Planet site where you will find a
lot of interesting things about Belarus, Minsk and other cities. You will
never regret going there (I mean to this site). :)
So From Europe...
Absolute absence of problems getting here. Air travel, bus, train, taxi...
Look at the airline links in the paragraphs above and explore those possibilities.
The other convenient way, and the cheapest, is to get here by bus. Here
is a list of companies which I know and which I would trust: Intercars
Ligne Reguleures Internationale (Belarussian/French Co.), Sovpolda (Polish),
Raihert GmBH(Germany). You may also explore the possibilities of getting
here which are available from your own country. I doubt that you'll meet
From Middle East.
Don't even know what to say. Most probably by air. ElAl Airlines fly here,
and you know it better. I mean, bus is quite a rare way of travel between
our countries, so air is probably the only way out for you, guys. And
From China and neighborhoods...
Only air. You know it. You may, of course try railroads, but I think on
arrival here you won't feel very well. More than a week in a wagon - that's
a challenge. What airlines? No idea. Never heard. But people somehow get
to and from your countries. Ask for "Minsk" at an airline company - they
Also, I would like to warn you. The worst idea which may come into your
mind is the idea to bring your car with you. Never, ever try to bring
a car here! First reason - a student going to his or her university by
car is a rare sight in our country (makes you a target). Second - you
will swear at all and everything on the Earth when the time comes to fuel
your car. Though the fuel is cheap, it's quite a problem to get... So,