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Minsk is situated around 60 miles to the northeast of Nyasvizh, while Vilnius is 120 miles to the northwest.
The surrounding area also has a lot to offer travelers. Kachanovichy and Haradzeya are two fantastic destinations that you might appreciate.
Kuntsevshchina is approximately 55 miles northeast of Nyasvizh. This regional hotspot offers a wide range of visitor attractions, such as National Academic Theatre of Yanka Kupala, Museum of the Great Patriotic War and National Academic Big Opera and Ballet Theatre of the Republic of Belarus. And if there's still time, some other good options are Cathedral of the Holy Spirit and Island of Tears.
There's plenty to do outdoors when you're in the area. If you're feeling like an adventure, why not give tobogganing or hiking a bit of your time?
Need a bit of downtime? Spend the morning cycling, bird watching or partaking in any of the other relaxing activities the region has available.
Bring along an open attitude and sign up for some cycling tours and city walking tours.
Adrenaline junkies, the time is here! With a number of winter sports available, it's about time to pull on your gloves and scarf and head out to the snowy terrain of the area. Snowboarding and skiing are sure to be a riot.
Go to the region's art museums, history museums, art galleries and theaters. These cultural hotspots are well frequented by travelers, particularly when the weather is a little moody.
Enjoy the fresh air and see what the locals get up to in their free time at the region's ever-popular open-air museums, open-air exhibits and gardens.
Spending time at some of the region's historic sites will provide you with a deeper understanding of its past. You won't want to miss its ruins, castles, old towns, fortresses, historic palaces and war relics and monuments.
Have you been seeking out a place to reflect on life's great mysteries? Don't miss the chance to spend time at the region's churches, cathedrals and monasteries.
If you want to truly get to know Belarus, take the time to check out its restaurants.
Immerse yourself in the exciting culinary culture and sample some cabbage and pork. These two ingredients are among the most prized in the region.
Follow the locals' lead and dine on halubtsy (meat wrapped in cabbage leaves) and machanka (thick soup).
And for dessert, you'd be crazy not to try some delicious kulaga (thick drink made from berries, flour and honey).
Miaducha (honey drink) is a well-loved alcohol-free beverage that you can readily enjoy no matter the time.
Experience the spirit of national pride on the 3rd of July for Independence Day.
When it's time for your flight, know that Minsk International Airport is about 75 miles to the northeast.