Minsk was among the ten most interesting places to stay

Authoritative international travel guide Lonely Rlanet included the Belarusian capital in its top ten most exciting holiday destinations in Eastern Europe. Minsk took the tenth place, reports the BBC.

Travelers are invited to the city center is "remade in line with the tastes of Stalin." Next to the "stylish cafes and nightclubs" reklyamuetstsa "a lot of features for those who are fascinated by the Soviet period."

According to the National Statistics Committee, in Last year, Belarus organized visited 95,500 foreigners, of which 59,900 — from CIS countries.

The first three places in the ranking Lonely Planet took the Alps of Slovenia, the multicultural capital of Sarajevo, Bosnia and the beautiful Croatian island of Mljet in the Adriatic Sea. In the fourth position — carved into the rock monastery Moldovan Chamber. This is the second, except in Minsk, the terrain in the CIS, which included a reference to the top ten.

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