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Malorita Vacation Packages
Malorita Vacation Packages
Malorita is 210 miles southwest of the country's capital, Minsk.
If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Zabolottya 14 miles to the southeast and Medna 15 miles to the west.
Approximately 25 miles to the northwest of Malorita is Brest, a regional hotspot where you can visit Brest Fortress, Belavezhskaya Pushcha National Park and Nature Museum. St Simon Orthodox Cathedral and St Nikolaiv Church are some more sites that you won't want to miss.
There are plenty of ways to make the most of the beautiful outdoor landscapes in the area. Tobogganing and hiking are a couple of the active options that you can choose from.
It's important to take our foot off the gas from time to time. You'll be happy to hear that Belarus is the perfect place to do just that. Take a deep breath as you're cycling and bird watching.
Bring along the spirit for adventure and jump on board some cycling tours and city walking tours.
Put on your winter gear and indulge in some snowboarding and skiing. These activities are well-loved by locals as well as visitors.
Stimulate your mind by spending an hour or two at some of the region's inspiring art museums, history museums, art galleries and theaters.
Refresh your travel-weary body with the help of some pleasant outdoor attractions. This region offers visitors a nice assortment of open-air museums, open-air exhibits and gardens.
You'll find that this region offers some intriguing old sites that provide some insight into local history. Make sure you add some of its ruins, castles, old towns, fortresses, historic palaces and war relics and monuments to your to-do list.
Belarus boasts a variety of churches, cathedrals and monasteries. These give you a chance to catch a glimpse of the region's spiritual side.
Make sure you treat your taste buds to a tour of the region's favorite food and drinks.
Make sure you ask about the more popular regional ingredients, like cabbage and pork.
Why don't you try halubtsy (meat wrapped in cabbage leaves) or machanka (thick soup)? These two menu items are common fare around here.
Finish with a bang by sampling some kulaga (thick drink made from berries, flour and honey), a dreamy dessert.
Miaducha (honey drink), an alcohol-free drink, is the ideal choice at any time of the day.
If you're planning on being here on the 3rd of July, you better get ready to party. Each year on this day, the entire nation comes together to celebrate Independence Day.
When it's time to hit the tarmac, be advised that Frederic Chopin Airport is 130 miles to the west.
Situated in Zbunin, this hotel is within 32 miles (52 km) of Berestye Archaeological Museum, The White Palace and Brest Fortress.