Car hire in Belarus from Naniko rent a car at the low prices and at the best options
Belarus is a country in Eastern Europe, bordered by Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania and Latvia. The country occupies an area of about 207,000 km2 and has a population of about 10 million people.
If you have planned to travel to Belarus, you are aware that the vast territory of the country better and most pleasant to explore on a private vehicle. This will save you from the hassle of how to get from the airport to the hotel or how to move further to the public transport.
All you need to do is pre-order on Naniko.kg your car rental in Belarus.
From a wide range of fleet, you can choose the standard car, economical vehicles, luxury auto and SUVs in depend on the purpose of your trip – rent a car in Belarus.
Accepted practice also using a driver or limousine services for VIP clients, or if you do not want to strain while driving on unfamiliar roads.
Car renting in Belarus from Naniko – If necessary, you can order additional accessories for your convenience, such as luggage basket, ski holders, navigators or child seats.
Our rates are always the best in the market of given services and include the cost of insurance and local taxes.
Learn more about Belarus, travelling in the comfort of an auto rented from Naniko!
The capital of Belarus is Minsk, with a population of about 1.8 million inhabitants and is the largest city in the country. Other large cities with the populace about 300 – 500 thousand inhabitants are Gomel, Vitebsk, Grodno and others.
Belarus has passed a difficult path throughout its history, and in the period 1917-1991 years, was a part of the Soviet Union. Because of the close historical ties with neighboring Russia, the dominant language is Russian, but the Belarusian language has an official status.
Landscapes of Belarus is relatively flat, with the highest point of 345 m, is characterized by large marshy areas, forests, rivers and lakes. Land is dominated by a humid continental climate.
The main attraction is the natural forest Bialowieza Forest – the only natural area in Europe, part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Because of the numerous invasions throughout history, there has been a lot of things more than once renovated. 80% of the country's major cities were practically destroyed during the Second World War.
Of course, in terms of tourism it is a very interesting country. Although Belarus is not part of the European Union, but in Minsk is the headquarters of the Commonwealth of Independent States, formerly members of the Soviet Union.
Car hire in Belarus – To cross the borders of the country, European citizens must have a valid passport and a visa obtained from the Belarusian Embassy in the country of origin.