09:00 – Meeting with the guide in the hall of the hotel. Excursion to Mir and Nesvizh. The Mir Castle Complex is the unique monument of national culture of Belarus. In 2000 the Mir Castle was included in the UNESCO List of World Cultural and Natural Heritage. The architectural
complex of Mir is represented by the Castle Museum of 16-20th centuries with 39 full exhibitions, embankments, beautiful parks and ponds, the chapel, the tomb of Prince Svyatopolk-Mirsky.
The Mir Castle Complex is an object with a well-developed infrastructure, two conference rooms for high level activities, the hotel with 15 rooms, restaurant with old cuisine, a gift shop with products of Belarusian artisans.
The first mention about Nesvizh was linked to the name of Jury Niasvizhski, who took part in the battle on Kalka river on May 31, 1223, but this version was denied by scholars in late 80-th of XX century. The monumental stone buildings of late XVI – early XX centuries are presented with building of plebaniya, the house of artisans and the former inn.
The Palace and Castle ensemble in Nesvizh is situated in the north-east of the town, encircled by the ponds on the river of Uša. The construction of the stone castle was initiated by the first Ordinate of Nesvizh Mikołaj Krzysztof "the Orphan" Radziwiłł (1549-1616). The construction work began in 1583. From 1586 to 1599, the construction manager was the Italian architect Giovanni Maria Bernardoni. By the beginning of the 16th century, the construction work had been generally completed.
Transfer to Brest. Check-in the hotel. Overnight in the hotel.
Brest, 2 nights