Minsk Oblast > Nesvizh
Nesvizh (the town is marked at road signs as "Niasvizh") is situated to the south-east of M1/E30 highway between Minsk and Baranavichy. Use the P-11 road through Haradzeya (direct and broad) or P-54 through Stoubtsy (narrow); both of them have intersections with M1/E30.
Buses to Nesvizh are departing from Minsk autostations "Central" and "Eastern". Usually Nesvizh is not the final destination, but Pinsk or another city. There are 4 or 5 buses a day from Minsk and they cost around 50,000 roubles.
Ordinary suburban trains (economy class ER-9 elektrichka) stop in Haradzeya/Gorodeya station, but don't confuse these trains with business-class suburban trains EPR — they don't have a stop there. The bus from Haradzeya to Nesvizh is going soon after every suburban train from Minsk. It is departing from the stop right behind the railway station. It is the cheapest way to come to Nesvizh. It will take from 1.5 to 2 hours to travel from Minsk to Haradzeya and 25 minutes from Haradzeya to Nesvizh.
- Nesvizh Castle. UNESCO World Heritage Site, a residential castle of the Radziwiłł family since 16th century. Entrance fee is around 30,000 roubles per person.
- Corpus Christi Church. A marnificent building from 1584–1593, one of the first Baroque churches in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Many members of the Radziwiłł family are buried here.
- Slutsk Gate. An old city gate constructed around 1700, which takes its name from the nearby city of Slutsk
- City Hall. A building with Renaissance and Baroque features, one of not so many preserved city halls in Belarus
- District Museum of Local History
The lake near the castle is very scenic and you can have a pleasant walk in the surrounding park.