We travelled to Minsk, Belarus from Vilnius, Lithuania via coach, and we found a city that had plenty going on, few English speaking residents and a surprisingly warm population.
For our 2016 visit, as citizens of the United Kingdom, we had to obtain a visa to enter the country as a tourist, but if you want to visit yourself then now is the time as new visa rules mean you can enter Belarus for up to 30 days visa-free, so long as you enter and leave Minsk International Airport.
If you want to see exactly what we got up to in one of Europe’s most intriguing capitals, watch the video below, and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel for more awesome travel videos.
To see everything I got up to and to see what you can do on a trip to Slovenia’s capital, Ljubljana, watch my 180 second guide
As 2016 came to a close, I decided to throw together a video to give you a little insight into what I got up to in my first year of travelling each and every month.
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Watch to see what I got up to when I travelled to Belgrade in December 2016, where I spent two days cramming in sights and seeing what Serbia’s biggest city had to offer.
If you want to see exactly what we got up to in Minsk, Belarus, one of Europe’s most intriguing capitals, watch this travel vlog.
We got podcast five up and running following some technical issues and talked about our political views (saucy), drone flying (scary) and how we overcame a long and frustrating day (angry).