Organization of excursions to any city of Belarus and its attractions.



The manor-park complex “Park of the history of Sula”, created on the site of the estate of the noble family of Lena, conquers with the colors of nature and ancient buildings, which received a modern purpose after restoration, but also retained the charm of the old architectural forms. INTERACTIVE excursion format will allow you to turn from a passive listener into an active participant. At the entrance to the estate with music meets equestrian escort riders in historical costumes. Immersion in the medieval history of Belarus, when Belarus was called the country of castles, occurs during interactive participation in the construction of the castle (splitting stones). Then visit the weapons workshop – forging cold weapons and demonstration of saber combat.

Then you will see the majestic building of the “Royal Assembly”, where you will see a hall of knightly glory with a collection of tapestries and paintings; attracts the attention and truly royal size fireplace. Performing musical works on a bagpipe pipe and harmonium of the 18th century, learning a dance will add color to the tour. When visiting the browery and TASTING of strong drinks, it will be a question of the traditions of food and drink, which have been polished in Belarusian estates for centuries. And you can learn about the rich history of Lensky during a visit to the LENSKY MUSEUM, a visit to the manor house and the chapel in the form of an ancient rotunda temple. A visit to this estate will be immersion in a fascinating world, where the boundaries between the material and the spiritual are erased, the lost connection with the past is restored. The unhurried flow of the Sula River running through the park, which flows into a full-flowing and clear lake, a lot of colorful buildings and structures in the vast territory, the site of megalithic culture will allow you to make beautiful photos; and in the end – LUNCH in a picturesque restaurant.

Next, go to the former town of Rubezhevichi, known from the XIII century. The name of Rubezhevichi comes from the word “frontier” – a place repeatedly appeared at the border of one or another state. In the Middle Ages, the eastern border of Lithuania passed here; and until 1939, the border between Poland and the Soviet Union extended beyond the Rubezhevichs. An old pharmacy of medicinal herbs, called Belarusian phytotherapeutic mecca, operates in Rubezhevich. An ancient Jewish cemetery has been preserved here, restored by the whole world – with the participation of US students. A 2-tower church of St. Jozef, hauled out of hewn limestone quadra and proudly set on a hillock, immediately captures the attention of visitors. An ORGANIZED COMPOSITION within its walls will complete our journey into the past, open to the present day.