2 hours, Start: 12:00-17:00
Did you know? Nesvizh has an architectural landmark and a piece of Italy. Discover this piece of beauty. Experience the most rewarding adventure with your family on our exclusive family walking tour. Our family-friendly local professional guide will make sure the kids have as much fun sightseeing as adults. The well-informed guide will take you on a 2-hour long walking tour. The tour has an easy pace and includes a stroll around the city center, highlighting the famous cultural and architectural sites. The whole family will have fun learning about Nesvizh’s fascinating and interesting sites. The stories shared by the guide are guaranteed to provide a few giggles as you wind down the off-beaten paths of the city. Don’t miss the chance to visit the castle in Nesvizh which is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Niasviž Castle or Nesvizh Castle is a residential castle of the Radziwiłł family in Niasviž, Belarus. It is 183 meters (600 ft) above sea level. Built in the 16th century and 17th centuries, and maintained by the Radziwiłł family until 1939, the castle and the nearby Corpus Christi Church were instrumental in the development of Central European and Russian architecture. In 2005, the castle, church, and surrounding environment were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Corpus Christi Church in Nesvizh, Belarus, is an early Jesuit church and one of the oldest baroque structures outside Italy, influencing the later architecture of Poland, Belarus, and Lithuania. Commissioned by Prince Nicholas Radziwill and constructed in 1587-1593 by Gian Maria Bernardoni during the times of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, it contains tombs of powerful Radiziwiłł family members. Catholic Church in Belarus.
Nesvizh, Niasviž (Belarusian: Нясві́ж [nʲaˈsʲvʲiʐ]; Lithuanian: Nesvyžius; Polish: Nieśwież; Russian: Не́свиж; Yiddish: ניעסוויז; Latin: Nesvisium) is a city in Belarus. It is the administrative center of the Nyasvizh District (rajon) of Minsk Region and site of Niasviž Castle, a World Heritage Site. Its 2009 population is 14,300.