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See You In Minsk

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Until May 30th, 2014 you can visit Belarus “Visa Free” because of the IIHF World Championship. I will be the first to admit I am not a big hockey fan but I cannot resist the opportunity to visit Belarus since it is so easy to do at this time.

Online I just purchased tickets to the Quarter Finals which will allow me to enter Belarus without the hassle and cost of getting a visa. My next step is to make travel arrangements which should be easy by air, bus or rail from any major European city.

Have you been to Minsk? Belarus? Would appreciate suggestions to explore and enjoy this fantastic country.

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