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Visa-free travel program

Visa-free travel program

Foreign citizens are allowed to stay in Belarus for up to 30 days without visas, provided they cross the border at the Minsk National Airport. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko signed the relevant decree on 24 July 2018. The first presidential decree to enable visa-free travel to Belarus came into effect on 12 February 2017. The document allowed foreign tourists to enter Belarus for up to 120 hours without visas, provided they crossed the border at the Minsk National Airport.

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Belavia announces big sale: tickets from €50 only on 16 August
15 August, 17:10
The sale will start at 00:01am Minsk time on 16 August 2018 and will end at 11:59 pm the same day. Promo tickets can be bought only on the company's website belavia.by.
Brest Fortress to unveil new museum exposition in 2018
15 August, 11:46
The Brest Fortress is among the most visited sites of Belarus and the CIS. In January-July 2018 it welcomed 390,000 tourists from over 30 countries.
Belarus welcomes first visa-free tourists from China
10 August, 19:46
Xing Yu, a sales manager in a Beijing company, was the first Chinese tourist to step down from the aircraft ramp onto the Belarusian soil. He was gifted a certificate for a Minsk hotel suite as part of a VIP program.
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China expects Belarus' visa waiver to boost tourism
9 August, 17:53
The growing wealth in China fuels the travel bug and enables more Chinese people to explore other countries. Every year, outbound tourism in China grows by about 20-30%.
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Australia's Traveller posts exciting three-minute guide to Minsk
7 August, 14:20
The article titled “Tips and things to do in Minsk, Belarus: The three-minute guide” believes that with the introduction of the visa-free entry for citizens of 80 countries (including Australia), it is perfect time to visit Belarus.
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Kiev-Minsk-Vilnius-Riga train to debut on 28 September
3 August, 09:39
Train No. 31/32 Kiev-Minsk-Vilnius-Riga will depart from Kiev on 28 September. Tickets will be available 45 days prior to the trip.
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Tourist arrivals in Grodno Oblast up by 20% in January-June
26 July, 13:26
In H1 2018, the region welcomed over 132,000 tourists, including more than 45,000 foreign nationals.
No rise in crime expected in Belarus following new visa rules
25 July, 19:16
Since Decree. No. 8 on the visa-free travel came into force, we have seen mostly law-abiding citizens coming to Belarus. There has been a small number of offences, but they were mainly associated with the violation of the immigration laws. We do not see or project any risks in connection with the extension of the visa-free travel, Vadim Zaboronok said.
Belarus grants visa-free entry for European Games fans from 10 June till 10 July 2019
24 July, 19:41
The document establishes visa-free entry to Belarus from 20 May till 10 July 2019 for the participants, officials and organizers of the games, other specialists, and from 10 June till 10 July 2019 for foreign tourists who have accreditation cards or tickets to sporting events.
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Belarus extends visa-free entry to 30 days
24 July, 17:37
Belarus has extended the visa-free entry period to 30 days provided foreign nationals cross the border at the Minsk National Airport
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