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Visa-free entry| Brest- Grodno

To get a pass to enter the territory of the Republic of Belarus, you should send us an email with the following information no later than 24 hours before the planned date of entry: 

1. scanned passport
2. date of entry
3. the number of days of stay
4. address of staying in Belarus
5. the name of the border crossing point (through which entry will be made).

IMPORTANT! We would like to inform you that the visa-free zone for individual tourists differs from the visa-free zone for tourist groups.

VISA-FREE ZONE FOR INDIVIDUAL TOURISTS INCLUDE:
-Grodno
-Lida
-Grodno Region
-Berestovitsky district
-Volkovysk district
-Svislochsky district
-Shchuchinsky district
-Voronovsky district.
-Brest
-Brest Region
-Zhabinkovsky district,
-Pruzhansky district,
-Kamenetsky district.
VISA-FREE ENTRY ZONE FOR TOURIST GROUPS:

For group visits - the entire visa-free territory of Brest-Grodno, as well as the territories of the Brest and Grodno regions.

YOU CAN CROSS THE BORDER AT THE FOLLOWING CHECKPOINTS:
-BRUZGI (KUZNITSA BIALYSTOK)
-PESCHATKA (POLOVTSY)
-BENYAKONI (SHALCHININKAI)
-BERESTOVITSA (BOBROVNIKI)
-AUTO BREST (TERESPOL)
-BREST RAILWAY (TERESPOL)
-PRIVALKA (RAIGARDAS)
-DOMACHEVO (SLOVATICHI)
-FOREST (The RUDAVKA)
-PEREROV (BIALOWIEZA)
Foreign citizens can stay on the territory of the Republic of Belarus for 15 days.
A tourist can stay in Belarus for up to 10 days without registration.
If a tourist stays in the Republic of Belarus for more than 10 days, the tourist must register with the citizenship and migration Department in the area of residence within the first 10 days.