By bus or by train. Or you can just drive your own car here.
There is a small local bus system, but one can walk to the place of interest.
- 1 Jewish cemetery. Like many other Belarusian towns, Sharkovshchina had significant Jewish population in the past.
- 2 Church of the Dormition of the Theotokos. A wooden church from 1912 with an interesting roof.
There are a library, an internet cafe, and some stores.
You can just walk around and enjoy what the town can offer.
There are stores and a market where you can buy stuff.
There are some restaurants and cafes.
Buy something in the kiosk or stores.
There is a hotel where one can stay.