Author: Mario Lobo

Belarus Chernobyl Exclusion Zone open for Tourists

There are few places left in the world where no man has ever set foot. The Chernobyl nuclear power plant opened several areas with restricted access for tourists in Belarus to explore. The heart of the largest man-made disaster, like a magnet, attracts thrill seekers from around the world. The dead lands of Belarus are now…
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Common visa zone for Belarus and Russia

Belarus and Russia fully agreed on a draft intergovernmental agreement on the mutual recognition of visas on Friday, 30 November. It should resolve the issue of transit of citizens of third countries with Russian or Belarusian visas through the territory of both countries. “It will work as a so-called mini-Schengen without the unification of visa…
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Where to stay in Minsk

Location is the rocking feature while hunting for a hotel, hostel or apartment in any city. It sets your mood, it makes your visit more convenient and keeps your back away from not that friendly places. Explore in which parts of the city it’s worth to check in.

Belarus – Registration rules made simpler

According to the official internet portal of the Republic of Belarus registration of residency with the authorities will be available online, without any fees, from January 2019.

Visa Free travel to Belarus

Travelers of 74 countries can enter Belarus for up to 30 days (including dates of arrival and departure) and exit from the territory of Belarus only through the State border checkpoint of the Republic of Belarus “Minsk National Airport”.

Belarus Is A Ripe Apple Ready To Be Plucked By Travelers

I spent the best part of my early years at my grandmother’s village settled right beneath the bridge of the main international railway in Portugal. I was amazed by trains, wondering about the passengers and where they were heading to, and I always had that urge to jump on the first train departing, no matter…
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Why we do it

During this journey I came to discover that Europe is much more varied than that we, in the West, think. But with all that diversity there are still undeniable similarities among us all, this is what makes us a community.