Ukraine & Belarus

Ukraine & Belarus Chernobyl Double Combo Tour

Ukraine & Belarus

”A fabulous train journey from Minsk to Kyiv including not one but two Chernobyl visits in one tour “

After being the first non-local tour operator to take you to the PSRER – Polesie State Radioecological Reserserve, we, at brutal Tours together with Iron Curtain Tours (a Brutal Iron cooperation), are losing our minds and giving you not one but two Chernobyl visits in one tour: Prypiat and PSRER. And just because we thought you’d like it, we’re adding a little extra, a tour to the ChNPP – Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant worker’s city: Slavutych.
The Brutal Iron cooperation will also promote this tour by railway, a fabulous train journey from Kyiv to Minsk including, we can just not hold ourselves with spoiling our clients, access to ChNPP using the Nuclear Train and crossing the border into Belarus via what is most likely the least used rail border between Ukraine and this country.

Next Tours dates :

26th of June to 4th of July 2019

Program :

DAY 1 (Wednesday, JUNE 26) — ARRIVAL IN KYIV

Meet with group at hotel. Night out in Kyiv. Check-in at the hotel.

DAY 2 (Tuesday, JUNE 27) — KYIV

Breakfast in typical Ukrainian canteen/café.

Guided tour Kyiv : We will explore the neighbourhood of the iconic Independence Square center of the « Maidan » revolution, past the Eternal Glory Park and World War Second Museum to the Motherland Monument.

Evening Departur to Slavutych (254Km)

Check-in at hotel in Slavutych


Breakfast in typical Ukrainian canteen/café.

Access to ChNPP using the “Nuclear Train” use by the workers to acces the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (43Km)

Full day tour in the Ukrainian Exclusion Zone : During this tour you’ll visit the exteriors of abandoned building, spending the day Exploring the ghost town of Pripyat and the secret military radar Duga, which was standing just few kilometers far.

Return to Slavutych on the “Nuclear Train” (43Km). Dinner. Night at hotel in Slavutych.


Breakfast in typical Ukrainian canteen/café.

Morning Guided tour Slavutych :  Built after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986 to accomodate the workers from the prypiat power plant, Slavutych is the last ideal planned city of the Soviet Union. Builders from eight former Soviet republics joined forces to build each district of the city in their repectives typical and traditional architecture.

Afternoon train to Iolcha – Belarus (17Km). Transfer to and check-in at hotel in Hoiniki.



Early Breakfast.

Full day tour in the Belarusian Exclusion Zone PSRER, the “Other side” of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

We will explore the unsettled villages deserted after the nuclear disaster (April 26th, 1986), on our way through the exclusion zone we will also make a stop at a feeding station for European bison, where we will be able to observe the majestic and wild animals in their now reclaim natural habitat.

ree end of day. Dinner. Night at hotel in Hoiniki.

DAY 6 (Monday, JULY 1) — GOMEL

Early Breakfast.

Breakfast in typical canteen/café in the main avenue.

Visit of the city of Gomel, the second in population and one of the oldest of Belarus. Lunch break with suggestion to traditional restaurant by our guide. Free time to buy supplies for train ride.

Evening departure to Minsk by train (443Km). Check-in at two-star hotel in Minsk city centre.



Breakfast in typical Soviet canteen/café.

Guided visit to Minsk exploring Independence Avenue (the second longest in Europe with 15.6Km), from Victory Square, passing by the KGB building, to the Independence Square and its Lenine Statue guardian of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus.

Lunch break with suggestion to traditional restaurant by our guide.

Lunch break with suggestion to traditional restaurant by our guide.

Visit of the Stalin Line an open-air military complex focused in the “re-enactment” of Soviet military stretching from WW2 to cold war area.

Night at hotel in Minsk


Breakfast in typical canteen/café.

This year Minsk celebrates the 75th Anniversary of its liberation from the Nazi army occupation. The Red Army managed to breah the German defenses in Minsk at dawn of 3 July 1944, putting an end to 3 years of occupation. This moment is views as the moment of Independence of Belarus.  This years celebrations are expected to be epic. (More details will be added when the program is released by the Minsk authorities)

Farewell dinner in one of the best Belarusian food restaurants, night out in Minsk.

Night at hotel in Minsk.


DAY 11 (Tuesday, JULY 4) — DEPARTURE

End of the tour

Visa :

Entry to Belarus is possible visa free up to 30 days for citizens coming out of a list of 74 countries. The requirements for entry are: an ordinary passport valid for 90 days beyond the planed date of departure, the equivalent of 2 base units (1 base unit is approximately 10.50€) per day of planed stay, a medical insurance policy with coverage for at least 10 000 euros valid in Belarus during the whole duration of stay.
This information is not legally binding. It was extracted on April 7, 2019. For accurate information on visa requirements for Belarus please check the official site from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus.

Exceptionally, up to mid-July 2019, thanks to the II European Games and the Slavic Bazar in Vitebsk, visa-free access is extended to every land border, under specific conditions.

Ask us if you qualify.

Tours dates ( Tour runs from 4 ppl min ) :

– 26th of June to 4th of July 2019

– Other dates available on demand


– 1425€ ( We offer discount on groups up to 4 , contact us )

Price Inclusive of :

– Private guides for more personalized experience
– Accommodation on TWIN sharing basis or Sleeper Train
– All Transportation

Price Exclusive of :

– Any personal expenses
– International air tickets
– Meals and snacks ( around 20 Euro/day )
– Visa Fees

Hack your tour :

– We can arrange extra pick up services and booking

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