Under the wings of Polish Airlines LOT you can fly to Minsk in comfort and in a pleasant atmosphere. On board of our plane you can relax, catch up with the latest headlines and try excellent cuisine. The crew is only made of the best professionals – in the ranking of the Business Traveller magazine we have been chosen the Best Airline of Central and Eastern Europe the sixteenth time running.
Travel in the best possible way! Now thanks to direct flights of Polish Airlines LOT you can fly over the whole world in comfortable conditions and dedicate your entire attention to what awaits you at the destination.
We make our flights to prestigious airports that offer to our passengers easy access to the city centre. In Minsk we are cooperating with the Minsk (MSQ) Airport, z from which you can easily travel to the town by bus or take a taxi.
The latest offer of Polish Airlines LOT comprises a lot of solutions for passengers who value their comfort. Quick Passage is a proposal for passengers who wish to have priority in going through the airport procedures. Passengers who wish their luggage to be unloaded from the plane as the first may choose the option Priority Luggage. In addition under the option My Favourite Seat you can reserve a seat according to your preferences – close to the window or close to flight attendants.
Regarded, in a stereotypical way, as a museum of communism, Minsk is not very frequently visited by tourists, but in fact it has a lot to offer to it visitors.
Situated on the Svislach river, the capital of Belarus was destroyed as much as Warsaw during World War II. Today, it is a city of nearly 2 million inhabitants with exceptional architecture, unique cuisine and rich nightlife.
Almost 3 kilometres long architectural complex in the center of the city can be entered onto the UNESCO list, due to its qualities of monumental socialist architecture from the times of the Soviet Union.
Integrated design plan refers also to classical architecture.
Visitors of the capital of Belarus will certainly not suffer from claustrophobia, as the city is full of vast squares and spacious avenues. Main street of Minsk is over 10 kilometres long and in the broadest place it has 48 metres.