Students of the Nesvizh district's Children's Art Center offer guests of the ancient city unusual travel itineraries. Tourists can take an educational trip on electric buses.
A journey of the Radziwills' places on electric buses was for the first time offered Nesvizh Castle guests in 2016 as part of a project facilitating Belarus' transition to a green economy. The route is extremely popular. Incidentally, the Children's Art Center took care of outdoor enthusiasts too. A dozen bikes are also offered to tourists.
Maria Malyavko, supervisor of the department of local historic tours, Nesvizh District Center of Children's Art:
As part of this project, we have created a cycling route. We visit not only the Nesvizh park, but the park Alba, which is nearby. This is also quite a popular route. A tour desk is open in the center; it offers guided tours of Nesvizh. We visit the Church of Corpus Christi, inspect the Nesvizh district.
Children's Art Center works with tourists directly. The largest number of visitors are traditionally from Russia. The center also worked with tourists from Lithuania, Poland, Italy, and China.
It is interesting that the students themselves organize the excursions.