International flights arrive and depart at the city’s National Airport Minsk. From the airport visitors will have easy connections into town for the championships, or looking to soak in more of the local sights.
Visitors to the city will find plenty of historic hotels and traditional guest houses, alongside more modern accommodation and familiar chain hotels for streamlined service and a comfortable stay.
Visitors arriving from across Europe will find convenient bus connections to the town – perfect for those looking to stay in the centre of town. You can easily get a taxi as well.
Minsk has a thriving public transport system, with bus routes, Metro (subway) and trams covering much of the inner city and outlying suburbs – perfect for stays outside of the centre of town.
Great for getting about, visitors can make the most of their trip to Belaris when in the city for the European Figure Skating Championships, with ancient landmarks, museums and beautiful parks to explore.
European Figure Skating Championships – January 21st to 27th 2019
The European Figure Skating Championships is an important date on the figure skating calendar, with the annual competition hosting events across all categories.
Held annually, the Figure Skating Championships arrives in Minsk in January 2019. Visitors to the largest city in Belarus will find plenty to do in the heart of town, with historic sites at every turn, and first-class hospitality for a true taste of local life.
Prospekte Pobeditelei 111, Minsk, Belarus