Over 150 representatives from 16 countries take part in the international tourism industry fair that opened on 5 April 2017 in the Belarusian capital. The forum will focus on various formats of tourism and recreation services, seasonal packages, children-friendly holidays and many others. The event is organized by the Belarusian national expo center BelExpo and the Ministry of Sports and Tourism.
The Belarusian air carrier Belavia now offers food on all flights. Passengers on flights lasting up to one and a half hours are entitled to sandwiches, or meat/fish starters and vegetables. Drinks selection includes tea, coffee, water and juice.
50 thousand foreigners came to Belarus in 2016 to use medical services, which are significantly cheaper than in the US and EU. Will medical tourism become a solid revenue generating channel for this country? Find out more in this BelarusFeed report.
Belarus and China's Special District Hong Kong have agreed to abolish visas to promote business and tourism exchanges between the two countries.
The agreement will come into force after the completion of internal procedures in Belarus and China, reports BelarusFeed quoting Belarusian Embassy in Beijing.
Planning a trip to Belarus without a visa for five days? What happens if you decide to stay for six days? Will there be 'black lists' of personae non gratae? Check out this Euroradio story for more important details.
All movie theatres in Homiel, western Belarus, will soon have free Wi-Fi. Kalinina Cinema pioneered the service just a few days ago, with two more facilities in the important regional centre - Mir and Oktyabr to have introduced free wireless access to internet by the end of January 2017.
Over a half of Belarusians feel the relations between Belarus and European Union are good, according to the results of the poll carried out by the EU Neighbors East project in March-May 2017 in the Eastern Partnership countries. The sampe for the survey was 1000 people.
Belarus will host the 16th Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Minsk in 2018, European Broadcasting Union (UBC) said in a statement on 15 October. It will be the second time that the Contest will take place in Minsk, following BTRC’s hosting in the Belarusian capital in 2010.