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Visiting Belarus Without Visa

Visiting Belarus Without Visa

Citizens of 74 states can visit Belarus without a visa for 30 days (including arrival and departure days)

Foreign nationals must fly in and out of Minsk National Airport (the visa waiver does not apply to persons flying in Minsk and out from/to Russia).

A visitor must carry:

- a valid passport;

- medical insurance in the amount of at least €10,000 (can be purchased on site);

- assets equivalent to at least two base amounts for each day of stay (one base amount equals Br24.5).

Visa-free regime applies to citizens of the following states:

1. Australia

2. Austria

3. Albania

4. Andorra

5. Antigua and Barbuda

6. Barbados

7. Bahrain

8. Belgium

9. Bulgaria

10. Bosnia and Herzegovina

11. Vanuatu

12. Vatican

13. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

14. Hungary

15. Vietnam*

16. Haiti*

17. Gambia*

18. Germany

19. Greece

20. Denmark

21. Dominica

22. India*

23. Indonesia

24. Ireland

25. Iceland

26. Spain

27. Italy

28. Canada

29. Cyprus

30. China*

31. Korea (Republic of)

32. Kuwait

33. Latvia*

34. Lebanon*

35. Lithuania

36. Liechtenstein

37. Luxembourg

38. Macedonia

39. Malaysia

40. Malta

41. United Mexican States

42. Federated States of Micronesia

43. Monaco

44. Namibia*

45. Netherlands

46. Nicaragua

47. New Zealand

48. Norway

49. Oman

50. Panama

51. Peru

52. Poland

53. Portugal

54. Romania

55. Samoa*

56. San Marino

57. Saudi Arabia

58. Seychelles

59. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

60. Singapore

61. Slovakia

62. Slovenia

63. United States of America

64. Uruguay

65. Finland

66. France

67. Croatia

68. Czech Republic

69. Chile

70. Switzerland

71. Sweden

72. El Salvador

73. Estonia***

74. Japan

* A traveler must carry a valid passport with a valid multiple-travel 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

** Including persons with Latvia non-citizen status

*** Including stateless persons living permanently in Estonia

Foreign visitors who plan to spend more than five business days in Belarus must register with the territorial departments of the Citizenship and Migration Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Belarus

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus

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