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Rodrigo Lupanow
Rodrigo Lupanow

Renaissance Minsk Hotel

Savor fresh seasonal produce and Belarusian flavors at our Arborea restaurant.

The stunning Belorussian capital Minsk is one of the jewels in the crown of Eastern Europe and among the most beautiful of all former Soviet cities. With its jaw-dropping contemporary design, our Hotel captures the spirit of this unique city perfectly. Our 640-capacity Grand Ballroom is the ideal setting if you're holding any event, while the traditional focal fare at our Arborea Restaurant is a genuine treat for the senses. Our resident Navigator Natalia is on hand to tell you about the seemingly never-ending treasures that Minsk has to offer, all close at hand, including a vibrant bar and cafe scene.

The amenities

  • Plush Bedding
  • Personal Navigator
  • JOYA NYC fragrance
  • RLife Magazine
  • Wireless Internet
  • Fitness Center
  • Valet Dry-Cleaning
  • Valet Parking
  • Virtual Concierge
  • Barber/Beauty Shop
Full hotel details


Enjoy the taste of Belarusian cuisine and immerse yourself in an atmosphere of Slavic culture.
At Litviny you can get acquainted with new national cuisine based on old national traditions, featuring modern presentations in accordance with contemporary tastes. The basis for some recipes was the book "The Lithuanian Cook," published in 1885. Here you can find dishes made from natural, familiar-to-us products that were popular on the land of the Great Lithuanian Duchy. Enjoy!
Address:Pobediteley ave. 119, Minsk, 220062
phone:+375 44 557 11 11


The only brasserie in Minsk that combines the traditions of different countries
Belgian cuisine combines the traditions of neighboring countries: France, Germany and the Netherlands. Basically, it is associated with waffles, chocolate, beer and mussels. Cooks use the ancient 200-year-old recipes, in particular, betting on real Liege waffles like ones that are sold in Bruges.
Address:Internationalnaya st., 25a, Minsk
phone:+375 29 144 41 42

Strana Mini

It allows to get to know 18 unique interactive architectural models of Belarusian attractions in 2 hours
The Museum of Architectural Miniatures "Country Mini" is one of the youngest, which opened in 2016. At the moment it is the only one of its kind - there are no analogues either in Minsk or in the whole territory of our country. A good opportunity to see all the attractions of Belarus in 2 hours. Exhibits are real works of art, many are made up of several thousand details.
Address:Nezavisimosty ave., 25, Minsk
phone:+375 29 15 15 670

The Literary House

Visit this is you are shopping for Belarusian literature.
When walking around Minsk, turn off of Independence Avenue and you will find yourself in a labyrinth of Belarusian alternative literature. The Literary House, or "Logvinau", includes a bookstore, a publishing house, a printing house and a public organization.
Address:Nezavisimosti ave. 37A, Minsk
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Mai Thai

Enjoy real Thai food with a king of Thailand, Bhumibol Adulyadej.
At Mai Thai try the fiery tom yam or the sweet and sour pad Thai. People love the food here for the vivid flavors - spicy, sour, sweet, and salty mix and complement each other. For dessert, we recommend traditional Thai dishes like the sweet rice with mango.
Address:Kirova str. 11, Minsk
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Minsk Botanical Garden

Visit the oldest botanical garden in Belarus to enjoy an afternoon in nature.
Minsk Botanical Garden is one of the largest botanical gardens in Europe. There are more than 10,000 kinds of plants here. Be sure to stop by the lake where you can feed swans and view statues of Greek characters.
Address:Surganova str. 2v, Minsk
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Try on and buy a unique collection with the Belarusian national ornament.
If you want to surprise your nearest, this shop will become a great place to buy not only souvenirs with Belarusian themes but also clothes decorated with national ornaments. You will be satisfied with the diversity of goods and all these presents will be a nice reminder of your trip to Belarus.
Address:Masherova Ave. 18, Minsk
phone:+375 29 177 35 18

Vinny Shkaf

Revel in happiness while listening to live music and drinking a glass of wine.
You can try interesting Latin American and Mediterranean snacks in combination with delicious drinks at Vinny Shkaf. Thanks to the open kitchen, you can even observe the cooking process straight from the hall.
Address:30 Revolutsionnaya St., Minsk, 220030
phone:+375 29 166 60 88

El Pushka

Cocktails of Latin America, colorful ponchos and infinitely pleasant barmen.
A small Latin American bar is a real space for the rest, which is located in the most picturesque center of Minsk. Its slogan is Love, Care, Skill and Pride. Guests can get acquainted with the culture of Latin America, as well as alcoholic drinks and cocktails of this beautiful corner of the world.
Address:Gertsena st., 17, Minsk
phone:+375 29 999 09 39

Slavutast Gallery

Come to peruse their selection of items, all of which are handmade by Belarusian artisans.
This charming shop features an array of products from Belarusian artists. From artwork to clay pottery and hand carved wooden boxes, everything found here tells a story of the rich folk art and culture belonging to this historic region. Craft Glory is chock full of traditional crafts as well as monthly exhibits, where the artists themselves come to speak and share their expertise.
Address:21 Vulitsa Maksima Bahdanovicha, Minsk
phone:+375 17 334 4985
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TNT Rock Club

Discover some of the best local and nationally-famous bands and authentic rock memorabilia at this "museum of rock" in a historic building.
Regarded by many as the place for die-hard rock fans in the city, this club hosts live bands each evening. The stage has welcomed famed Belorussian and international performers like Kryvi, IQ 48 and EASY DIZZY. Appreciate the classic combination of perfectly-seared steaks and ice-cold craft beers as you listen to your favorite tunes. Don't forget to view the collection of music artifacts that include the guitars of Slash, AC/DC and Brian Setzer. Head out to the summer terrace with a drink and mingle with fellow music aficionados in a casual, relaxed setting.
Address:9 Revalyutsyynaya Vulitsa, Minsk, 220030
phone:+375 29 655 5555

Minsk City Gates

These massive towers, built after the German defeat in WWII, are the most dazzling examples of the architecture of Minsk.
This symbolic gate-like structure is one of the most famous landmarks in Minsk. Constructed in the Stalin classicism style, these two towers are 11 stories tall and stand at the foot of Railroad Square. One tower features a giant clock brought over from Germany after World War II as a trophy and is aptly named the "Time of Minsk Tower", while the other is the "Coat of Arms of Belarus Tower". Serving as a architectural prelude to this magnificent European city, the Minsk City Gates are a national treasure.
Address:Privokzalnaya Ploshad, Minsk
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Utopia 60

Plunge into the atmosphere of the 1960s while enjoying a coffee at this cafe.
This cafe is an utopian project in the style of 1960s. Pleasant music and antique furniture create a very pleasant and authentic atmosphere. Here you can enjoy different types of coffee and try local drinks like the coffee "kompot" with cherries in half-liter jar.
Address:Lenina str. 9, Minsk
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The National Academic Janka Kupala Theatre

Visit the oldest theatre in Minsk to watch performances based on the culture and history of Belarus.
The City Theater (the first name of Janka Kupala Theatre) was opened on June 5th 1890, and rebuilt in the years between 2010 and 2013. The reconstruction fully restored the details of the building that were originally added in 1890. All performances are in the Belarusian language, but you can rent headphones to listen to the English translation.
Address:7 Engelsa street, Minsk
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Boulders Museum

An impressive number of stones have been put together to create an outdoor museum with a beautiful landscape
The museum features 2134 ancient boulders that have been arranged to form a map of Belarus. Large stone crosses, boulders with mysterious symbols and text labels — cold forbidding blocks — are sure to inspire your imagination.
Address:Kuprevicha street, Minsk
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