Martin B., Australia - Another possitive review for Andrei

updated on 27.11.2011

I was in Minsk for a couple of days a few weeks ago and I must give Andrei from another great review! I selected his website because he already had a number of possitive reviews on TT. That turned out to be a very good idea. Read full article

Reference: Mark Shepherdson, Australia

updated on 02.09.2011

While researching the visa procedures for Australians visiting Belarus I happened across a blog on the Lonely Planet website from Andrei Burdenkov and found... Read full article

Reference: Peter and Nessa Hodyl, Australia

updated on 23.08.2011

It is with great pleasure and appreciation I write this reference letter about Andrei Burdenkov of Minsk Travel as his efforts ensured a fantastic result for what started out as a trip into the unknown to try and trace my family’s Polish roots.  Read full article

Reference: Rick Sutherland, USA

updated on 16.08.2011

I am a Californian with a passion for travel. Belarus was the 124th country that I have visited. Most of my trips have been by group tours, a travel company...   Read full article

Reference: Daniel, UK

updated on 11.08.2011

I contacted Andrei a few weeks prior to my arrival in mid June 2011 after discovering that he is a frequent contributor on Lonely Planet forum. Read full article

Reference: Jane Doheny, USA

updated on 07.08.2011

I don't know much about hotels in Minsk because I was traveling on business. However I am also from Pennsylvania and I was so amazed with what a beautiful city Minsk is.   Read full article

Reference: Matthew Edwards, UK

updated on 08.07.2011

Andrei Burdenkov acted as our travel coordinator on a recent trip to Minsk. The service he offered included supplying an invite letter and the selection and booking of accommodation, he also organised some trips for us, acted as translator and was kind enough to accompany us in the evenings to ensure that we found our way around the city...  Read full article

Reference: Susan Bailey, UK

updated on 08.07.2011

I spent two days in Minsk, Andrei is a very knowledgeable and interesting guide. I got to see all the highlights of the city, and therefore managed to find my bearings easily. On the second day I went to a very interesting museum, outside of the city, that explained all about the old ways of Belarusian life...  Read full article

Reference: Travers Owers, Australia

updated on 08.07.2011

When in Minsk I was taken on a guided tour by Andrie Burdenkov. During the drive to the site Andrie gave a richly detailed narration on Belarus history and...  Read full article

Reference: David Gusterson, UK

updated on 08.07.2011

I used Andrei as a guide and driver whist in Belarus recently and found him to be very efficient, punctual, polite and knowledgeable. He speaks very good English coupled with a good sense of humour...  Read full article

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