From capitals of Belarus all the way popular tourist city about 280 kilometer. This distance can be covered in 3 hours. And if you have a desire, then along the way you can stop by interesting and unusual sights. In this article we will tell what to see on the way to Grodno from Minsk (or vice versa).
The easiest way to get to Grodno is by highway M6. It is both faster and the road is newer. Plus, there are places to go along the way. Therefore, all places from this list will be located near this particular route. What to choose - it's up to you.
The nearest possible stop is Rakov
This agro-town is well known to all lovers of traveling around Belarus. Here you can see: a neo-Gothic church, a church of the late 18th century, St Anne's Chapel and a museum.
Church in the village of Pershai
Near the track itself is Church of St. Yuri in the village of Pershaibuilt in 1933.
Ivye and surroundings
On the way to Grodno it will be interesting city of Ivyerich in attractions. In addition to the standard set in the form of a church and a church, there is a mosque and a building of the former synagogue.
If you don’t want to leave the track, then feel free to go to church in Dudy. The wooden church was built in 1772.
If time permits, then you should visit Lida Gediminas Castle. The place is iconic and interesting. Of course, the quality of the reconstruction of the fortress raises questions, but the scope is pleasantly surprising.
Tarnovo and Belogruda
In Belogrud - Neo-Romanesque church.
For those who are ready to make a detour
Among the Orthodox churches in Belarus there are only 2 temples of a defensive type. One of them can be seen on the way to Grodno from Minsk in the village Murovanka.
Do you want to see unique 18th century sundial and church, which did not close even during the period of persecution of Catholics? Then go to Ishchelno.
Another regional center, which is intersected by the M6 highway. All sights of the city are located in the historical part. Waiting for you Palace of Drutsky-Lyubetsky, church and monastery of PR, as well as a small 19th century church.
Already at the entrance to Grodno, you can make a stop in the city of Skidel. Among the sights I would like to highlight Neo-Gothic Church of the Virgin Mary, which served as the burial place of the Chetvertinsky family.
I hope you found something to see on the way to Grodno from Minsk. More sights of Belarus on the map.