Excursion begins on the platform

The National Tourism Agency Tourist Information Centre has opened in Minsk. This world class facility is situated on the ground floor of the Railway Station — sited to maximise passenger traffic
The National Tourism Agency Tourist Information Centre has opened in Minsk. This world class facility is situated on the ground floor of the Railway Station — sited to maximise passenger traffic


Information centre opens at Railway Station

The Centre will help Belarusians and visitors to the country choose the appropriate holiday experiences. Consultants will explain how to join organised excursion groups, also assisting in preparing individual tours. The information service is already in operation at Minsk-Passazhirsky station.

Galina Kobyak, the Acting Director of the National Tourism Agency, explained, “Railway passengers and other travellers will receive information on the country’s tourist potential. We’ll also give them maps of Minsk and the regions, advertising flyers and other tourist literature. Kiosk consultants will help them choose trips and a tour operator, as well as a place to spend the night. They’ll also provide information on places offering national cuisine.” In February, the Information Centre will be open from 6am to 6pm but, next month, will close at midnight.

The kiosk is primarily aimed at foreigners: information will be provided in English, French, Italian, Spanish and Chinese. Consultants will help choose a route for Belarusians as well. Moreover, the Information Centre will sell souvenirs: this will be a new service for Minsk’s.

By Yulia Popko
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