Nowadays Brest is called the western gates to Belarus, the city has centuries-old history and is located in southern-west of our country at the border with Poland. No doubt, it is exciting for everyone who knows and admires European history, architecture and culture. Taking a stroll through Sovetskaya and Masherova streets, you can try Tax Free Shopping and save 12,5% on your purchases in a chain of charming stores .
Sovetskaya street – Brest Bordway, pedestrian Arbat – is the epicenter of eventful holidays. Zhemchuzhina, Beluvelirtorg`s company shop, offers an extensive list of fascinating jewellery from Nika, Sokolo, Uvelirkarat, Argenta, Kristall etc. The latest summer aromas are proposed by Сravt, the chain of cosmetics and perfume boutiques. Reaching the Street lamp lighting ceremony monument, take a cup of coffee in one of cute local cafés and make your way to Masherova Avenue.
Masherova Avenue is the main highway of Brest, stretching across the city. Wandering here, you will find a range of truly Belarusian brand shops: Womenswear from Burvin is the icon of European style and Belarusian quality fusion. In Izumrud you can find elegant wrist watches and Nika’s exclusive precious pendants. Make sure to visit Marko’s shoe shop. Afterwards, head into ELIZ store, representing men’s and kid`s shirts and women’s blouses. If you haven’t stopped for dinner yet, back on Venezia Fusion at Asstor Mall. After a rest, discover the Museum of Rescued Art Treasures or St. Simeon Cathedral.
Brest is widely known not just for the heroic fortress, but also for the unique Berestye Archeological Museum. Finally enjoy domestic Belarusian cuisine in Citadel café in the Memorial complex «Brest hero-fortress». On your way out of town, pop into auto-parts stores Avtoapteka and tire shop Kolesoplus to have a good and safe trip.