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Pinsk, Belarus
22 Oct — 23 Oct2
Pinsk, Belarus
Fri 22/10
Sat 23/10
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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Pinsk:$38/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$28/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$30 - $42
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$38 - $49
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Pinsk

About Pinsk

Perched on a plateau and set at the confluence of three rivers, Pinsk will charm you with its tree-lined streets and beautiful architecture. The city’s turbulent history, coupled with a rich Jewish narrative, make Pinsk one of the most fascinating cities in Belarus. Venture out of the city to discover the lush landscapes of Pripyat National Park.

Things to do

Pinsk is one of the oldest cities in Belarus, with the earliest records of the city dating back to the 1100s. Architectural gems like the 16th-century Franciscan Church and handsome Butrimovich's Palace can be found across the city. More than a dozen churches dot the city, including onion-domed St. Theodore Cathedral.

For centuries, Pinsk has been a sanctuary for the country’s Jewish population. Find out more about the rich history and culture of Pinsk’s Jewish community at the Jewish History Museum. The Old Jewish Cemetery on Zavalnaya Street was one of the first established in the city and is dotted with gravestones from the 16th century.

Pinsk’s Jewish heritage can also be discovered at the city’s cafes, bakeries and restaurants. Enjoy boiled bagels, pickled cucumbers and “knishes” filled with cheese and potato. “Sernik” cheesecake topped with powdered sugar is a classic Jewish dessert.

Pinsk is a great base for visiting Pripyat National Park, one of Eastern Europe’s best-kept secrets. A patchwork of swampland, marshes and floodplains make Pripyat an important habitat for native birds, with more than 250 species to spot within the park. Join a guided birdwatching tour or rent a bike and explore the park on two wheels.

Getting around

Pinsk is pedestrian-friendly and easy to get around on foot. Rental cars offer the freedom to explore the city and visit surrounding sights and attractions at your own pace. Minsk is a four-hour drive away or six hours by train.

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  • What are the best hotels in Pinsk?

    Complex Svetlana is a very popular hotel in Pinsk, with a score of 9.2 from 106 reviews. kvartira-studiia Gogolya 4 (9.6 from 48 reviews) and Apartment on Dneprovskoi Flotilii (8.0 from 11 reviews) are also highly rated Pinsk hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.