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Poland to Belarus travel (rail, car, bus???)

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I am trying to figure out the least expensive yet most manageable way to get to Belarus from Italy. Unfortunately, I only have a range of a few days so Eurail or Europass will not work. So far, the best flights (times and prices) are into Warsaw rather than Minsk.

I am now trying to find out the best mode of transportation from Warsaw to Brest, Belarus. I've had difficulty finding web-sites with this information.

Should I take a train from Warsaw to Brest or a bus? What can I expect from either the train or the bus?

Any other helpful hints would be most appreciative. This will be my first visit to both countries, so any info would be great.

Also, if anyone has any wonderful ideas on flights to Minsk, I'm open for ideas and suggestions. I'm going in May and need to get this travel booked VERY Soon!!

Looking forward to any ideas you may have.

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