Belarus provides a cycling environment like nothing you've seen before - here you can experience unspoiled nature, quiet car-free villages frozen in time, and cycling without boundaries. Due to Belarus' communist heritage, almost all of the land is publicly accessible. You can ride through agricultural fields and wild forests, in fact virtually wherever you want. Cycling is the ideal way to see Belarus and to understand its unique culture. Belarus is also home to one of the last and largest remaining parts of the immense primeval forest that once stretched across the European Plain, the Białowieża Forest, and EuroVelo 2 - Capitals Route crosses this fascinating place!

Due to the closure of border crossings and travel restrictions in place, we discourage cyclists from entering Belarus at the moment. We do not have an official National EuroVelo Coordination Centre or Coordinator in this country at the moment. To assist people wanting to cycle the EuroVelo routes we have collected the information displayed on this page but please be aware that ECF is not responsible for this content.

National Information

Eurovelo 2 in Belarus

On this website you can find useful news about Belarus and cycle tourism related topics. Furthermore the website provides useful links and contacts to plan your trip through Belarus.

+375295658291, +375445442578

NGO Minsk Cycling Community

The "Minsk Cycling Community" is a development and promotion NGO for cycling in the city of Minsk and the Minsk region, enhancing the role of the bicycle in the comprehensive and harmonious development of individuals, strengthening the public health and developing healthy lifestyles.

+375 17 294 73 90