VIP, Premium, De Luxe! Minsk Pass Cards Are Available In 5 Categories

Minsk Pass cards will become available in five formats as from 2 April – VIP, premium, de luxe, business, and economy varieties.

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The cards vary in cost (from 5.5 BYN or to 69 BYN), durability (from 24 hours to 12 months) and range of services provided.

The pass cards are designed for foreign tourists, Minsk residents and its guests to make the most of their leisure time.

Discounts will also allow travelers to spend less on transportation, plan their travels and have a variety of bonuses and discounts.

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The pocket-friendly project also gives you extra opportunities to learn more about the history of the country and ots people.

For instance, a Minsk Pass Business card, is valid for one day costs 5.5 BYN (~$2.82).

It offers discounts from 10% to 64% on visiting over 40 major museums, a zoo, and an aqua park.

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A Minsk Pass VIP card is valid for three days and costs 69 BYN (~$35.37).

It gives its holder free visits to 11 museums and a zoo in addition to discounts from 10% to 64% on visiting another 30 places of interest.

Unlimited travels by bus, trolleybus, and tram for two days; ten trips by metro is also part of the deal.

For three years after buying a Minsk Pass card their holders will have 5-20% discounts in hotels, restaurants and cafes, retail chains, car and bicycle rentals.

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Initially as many as 37 museums, 6 hotels, six public catering establishments, and eight retail chains joined the project.

Minsk Pass cards can be acquired from Mingorspravka outlets, the railway station, in Minsk’s Upper City, the tourism information center Minsk at 13 Revolyutsionnaya Street, and online.

One more sales outlet is expected to open in the Minsk National Airport in the near future.

In addition to the card tourists receive a guidebook in Russian and English.

The information will be translated into more languages later on.

More details are available at www.minskpass.by.

Source: BelTA