Belarus Visas

We provide assistance with tourist visas to Belarus.

To obtain a visa for Belarus, it is necessary to book and pay for Hotel Accommodation and then we can provide you with the necessary documents to obtain your visa upon arrival in Minsk 2 Airport.

Visa details for Belarus

Embassy of Belarus in Indonesia

Belarus

Originally part of Kievan Rus, Belarus was part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth until the Polish Partitions in the 18th century. After over a hundred years of Russian rule followed by seven decades as a constituent republic of the USSR, Belarus attained its independence in 1991. However, under authoritarian rule, it has retained closer political and economic ties to Russia than any of the other former Soviet republics. Belarus and Russia signed a treaty on a two-state union on 8 December 1999, envisioning greater political and economic integration. Although Belarus agreed to a framework to carry out the accord, serious steps towards implementation have seen limited success. The economy is completely dependent on  Russia, and the Belarusian government has taken a vitriolic, anti-Western stance. The country has not seen much structural reform in the past few years. Political and journalistic activity is tightly controlled. Even though Belarus was the most developed republic (excluding the three Baltic states) in the former USSR, Belarus remains as one of the poorest and most underdeveloped countries in Europe.

Belarus is situated in the centre of Europe on the watershed of the Baltic and Black Seas. The capital is the city of Minsk. Belarus borders on Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Russia and Ukraine.

The territory of Belarus totals 207.6 thousand sq km. It stretches from west to east for 650 km and from north to south for 560 km. The distance between Minsk and the capitals of neighboring states is as follows:
Vilnius – 215 km, Warsaw – 550 km, Riga – 470 km, Kiev – 580 km, Moscow – 700 km

Republic of Belarus

The republic of Belarus is situated in the center of Europe on the watershed of the Baltic and Black Seas. The capital is the city of Minsk. Belarus borders on Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Russia and Ukraine. The total length of the state border makes up 2,969 km. Geographic and climatic conditions favor the development of transport and economic relations.

The distance between Minsk and the capitals of neighboring states is as follows:

  • Vilnius -180 km
  • Riga – 470 km
  • Warsaw – 550 km
  • Kiev – 580 km
  • Moscow – 700 km

General information:

Languages
Russian, Belarusian

Religions
Orthodox Christians (70 per cent)
Catholics (15-20 per cent)

Time
GMT + 2

Electricity
~ 220 V, 50 Hz, European socket (2-pins)