Generic filters
Search in title
Generic filters
Search in title

Free Walking Tour Minsk

Discover the capital of Belarus with Free Walking Tour Minsk!

Free Minsk Walking Tour

Welcome to Minsk, one of the most unexplored capitals of Europe! Since 2016 our team of professional local guides is always ready to show you around, share the best of the city and become your friends.

Our Free walking tours cover the main sights and lot’s of hidden spots of Minsk. Dive into the traditions, mindset and lifestyle of its citizens and get a unique insight into the most staggering examples of Minsk’s eclectic architecture during the regular daily Free walking tour Minsk. Otherwise, go off the beaten track and immerse in the city’s vibrant art scene with its huge murals and installations created by world-famous artists on the Free Alternative Minsk tour

Minsk is not what it seems – convince yourself with our Free walking tours!

Pictures from our walks




Contact Guide

What visitors think about Free Minsk Walking Tour?

Rating: 5 out of 5
We were in Minsk and sent a Whatsapp message to this tour operater asking if they could take us on a free walking tour (it's covid times so such things are a bit uncertain). They responded affirmatively and within hours we met our guide, Tanya, who led us through town. She spoke excellent English, and taught us a ton about Belarus culture and history. She also gave us great recommendations for things to do and places to eat in town. It was the best thing we did during our trip to Minsk, and I would highly recommend it to anyone visiting!
Rating: 5 out of 5
My cousin Pierre and I did the free walking tour with Tania in a time when they weren't many tourists in Minsk. Tania is a real ambassador of her country. She knows so much about it and her city and gave us an entirely new perspective on Minsk. We covered Minsk and Belarus history, visited several Soviet buildings, a typical cafe from Soviet times, but also October street, a trendy neighbourhood where old factory buildings are being revamped by beautiful murals, bars and restaurants. We loved it!
Rating: 5 out of 5
I had a lovely tour with Aleandra, it was exactly what I wanted. The tour gave me a great overview of the history of Minsk and Belarus during Soviet times and I learnt a lot about current Belarus. Walking Independence Avenue with a guide to point out the gems I might have missed, the post office interior being one, was a lovely way to spend an afternoon. Alexandra was a font of knowledge but never dry and understood that though I was coming from a place of ignorance of most of the details I was interested. Highly recommend.

Frequently asked questions about the tour

Does the Free tours in Minsk happen on a rainy or freezing day?

Yes! We used to provide Free tours in Minsk daily despite of the weather conditions. We recommend you to check weather forecast in advance so that you can choose your clothes properly. On a rainy day the guide on the tour usually able to provide couple of extra umbrellas and raincoats for travelers. Also, we have a special route for a freezing day, with several stops at coffee shops and entering historical buildings one our way. You can always report the guide if you feel uncomfortable with the weather and the guide will find a solution.

Can I join Free tour in Minsk without booking?

Before COVID-19 and political situation in Belarus times we used to have Free tours in Minsk daily, despite of the weather conditions and number of people Signed on the tour. Nowadays we ask you to sign in advance in order to make sure that the tour will happen. Also, for travelers who sign on Free tours in Minsk in advance, we are happy to provide all kind of additional information about traveling around Belarus.

Is there a minimum number of people to participate free tours in Minsk ?

Actually, no. Minsk is not that crowded by tourists as other European cities. Most of the time we have small groups (5-8 people on the tour). Sometimes just 1 or 2 people show up on the tour. In this case we let the guides decide themselves if they are fine to make tour just for you. Otherwise they will suggest you to join Free tour another day and help you to plan your stay in Minsk. Spoiler: in 99% of cases guides are making tours even for single traveler arrived to the Free tour meeting point :)

At which point of Minsk Free tours finish?

We know that most of the tourists are coming to Minsk on a short stay. So that we designed our Free tours this way that allows you to visit maximum in one single day. Free walking tour in Minsk finishes at Independence Avenue (the one with Lenin in it) at 13:00-13:30. You will have some time to walk around and have your lunch at one of the numerous cafes there. Then take a metro to reach Free Alternative Minsk meeting point and enjoy another side of Minsk.

Are Free tours in Minsk wheelchair/stroller accessible ?

Sure. Minsk as a whole is located on flat terrain (like the whole of Belarus). That is, there are no steep hills, sharp ups and downs in Minsk. All public staircases have stripes for wheelchairs and strollers. And the guide is always around to assist you.

Get inspired by the Free Tour Community Blog

Want to know more about our tours?

Previous Next
Test Caption
Test Description goes like this