Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Minsk
Bounded by vul Maxima Bahdanovicha, the neighborhood of Traetskae Prodmestse lies on the eastern bank of the Svislach River. The area was revamped in 18th century to get back its old feel. The old area is an ideal place to click photographs. On the riverside lies the Ostrov Slyoz, built in memory of Belarusian martyrs. Don’t forget to see a chapel-shaped monument lying close to this memorial.
Bordered by vul Lenina, Ploshcha Svabody is located to the southeast of the overpass and close to Verkhny Garad. Attractions like Orthodox Holy Spirit Cathedral with twin-towers is a must visit for spiritual types. While roaming in the streets you will come across some pre-WWII buildings.
Situated between vulitsa Janki and vulitsa Enhelsa, the neighborhood of Palats Respubliki is the focal points of all protests against Lukashenko. Don’t forget to visit impressive concert hall of Palats Respubliki.