Visa-Free Travel to Belarus
Citizens of 76 countries can stay in Belarus without a visa for not more than 30 days, including the days of arrival and departure.
For this they must arrive and depart via National Airport Minsk, the airports of Brest, Vitebsk, Gomel, Grodno and Mogilev (does not apply to persons flying in Belarus from Russia or intending to fly to Russia).
A visitor must carry:
- a valid passport
- medical insurance with the minimum coverage of at least ˆ10,000.
- assets equivalent to at least two base amounts for each day of stay (base amount is Br29)
List of countries whose citizens do not need a visa to come to Belarus
4. Antigua and Barbuda
9. Bosnia and Herzegovina
10. Republic of Vanuatu
12. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
32. Republic of Korea
39. North Macedonia
48. New Zealand
58. San Marino
59. Saudi Arabia
61. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
69. Czech Republic
73. El Salvador
75. South Africa*
*A traveler must have a valid document for traveling abroad with a valid multiple-entry visa of one of the European Union member states or the Schengen Area member states bearing a European Union or Schengen Area entry stamp, and also tickets with a return date from Minsk National Airport, airports of Brest, Vitebsk, Gomel, Grodno and Mogilev
**Including persons with the status of non-citizen of Latvia
*** Including stateless persons permanently residing in Estonia
When staying in Belarus for more than 10 days, foreign citizens need to register with the local office of the Citizenship and Migration Department or on the website of the unified portal of electronic services (portal.gov.by).
Source: Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs