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Minsk tourism information kiosks aim to promote the city’s touristic potential Minsk tourism information kiosks aim to promote the city’s touristic potential

Minsk Increases Information Kiosks for Tourists

Mingorspravka, a Belarusian state-run company, announced plans to open a further two information kiosks for tourists during the first half of this year.

One information kiosk is set to be deployed at Minsk National Airport, the other at 11 Bogdanovicha Street where guests will be able to purchase Minsk Guest Cards.

Similar information kiosks currently operate at a Minsk railway station and upper town where tourists can learn more about the Belarusian capital and the country through a multimedia screen showing videos about Belarus and Minsk.

Minsk Guest Cards offer free admission to 11 museums and Minsk Zoo, 50 percent discounts to 20 more places, including, museums, excursions and aquaparks. Discounts up to 20 percent are offered by hotels, restaurants, cafés, shops and car rentals.