Owing to popular demand
Audio guides in Chinese have appeared in Nesvizh Castle
When visiting Nesvizh Castle, tourists can now request an audio guide, including one in Chinese. “It is due to the fact that Nesvizh is becoming increasingly popular among Chinese guests. They now have the opportunity to become familiar with Belarusian history in their native language,” commented a spokesman.
The tourists also have the option to use audio guides in 5 other languages — Belarusian, Russian, Polish, English, and German.
The architectural and cultural complex of the former residence of the Radziwill’s family in Nesvizh is one of the sights of Belarus included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. The historical monument is interesting not only for its above ground architecture but also for the dungeons and crypts hidden beneath.
By Anastasia Shoplya