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Business Class Tickets & Airfares to Minsk

Straddling the rivers Niamiha and Svislach lays Minsk, Belarus’s capital city. A European capital with a strong Russian hangover, Minsk is a city that lives to contradict you. Europe’s best example of an oxymoron, this Belarusian capital can, at times, bring back really strong and potent memories of the Soviet era. A look here, a glance there, and you see vestiges of the soviet influence, replete with the KGB building and the constant chatter about spies and police.
Nestled amidst a backdrop of the rolling Minsk Hills, the capital city is by far the largest Belarusian city you can hope to visit. As a holiday spot, the capital comes across as yet unexplored vacation getaway; but this virgin vacation city has it in itself to surprise you with its chic experiences. Book your cheap business class flights to Minsk today to immerse yourself in its attractive pleasures.

A city that was said to be formed during the recent ice ages, Minsk - which is positioned across the Svislach River (which cuts through from the northwest to southeast direction) - is now situated in a very old river basin that was said to be formed from the melting ice sheets. From its position on the hills to its current location in the basin, Minsk’s geography tells a tale of millennia.

You can book your Minsk business flights and enjoy a host of fun events and local attractions, most cherished of which are the Minsk Circus, the national Library and the national Museum of Fine Arts.