One experience that left the biggest impression was going to the Belarusian State Circus in Minsk. I wasn’t actually sure if I wanted to go or not. But in the end I felt like I was here for the cultural experience, and going to the local circus seemed like being exactly that. (more…)
The new visa rules allow Europeans, Americans and a number of other countries to visit Minsk without a visa for 5 days. Belarus is still a super cheap country (compared to the rest of Europe) and still has a fairly low amount of tourists. (more…)
This year has been one of my greatest travel years so far. Visiting 8 new countries has made this an incredible adventurous year. I am truly grateful for getting all these opportunities to go explore the world like this.
I’d love to share my best travel memories of the year with you (more…)
I have no idea what to expect. When I ask fellow Danish travel bloggers about Minsk, they have no clue of what to see or do. Maybe it’s because in 2016 there were only 88,200 tourists in Minsk (tourists who bought travel services from Minsk organizations). Of those tourists 76% were Russians.
However, Belarus’ president Lukashenko changed the visa rules this year, (more…)