Take a look at the Sanatorium located in Naroch, Belarus it features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge, and garden. The accommodation provides an indoor pool, evening entertainment, and family rooms. At the Sanatorium, rooms have a wardrobe. At Sanatoriy Sputnik, every room has a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy an a la carte breakfast. Sanatoriy Sputnik offers a children's playground.
You can play table tennis and darts at the sanatorium, and the area is popular for hiking and skiing. Borovyye is just 5 kilometers from Sanatoriy Sputnik. Couples especially like the location. The amazingly beautiful and pristine nature in Belarus is an asset. Belarus has no high mountains or seas which traditionally attract travelers, but the country has many other beautiful places that are truly unique in Europe and even in the world.
Belovezhskaya Pushcha is a huge pristine forest, one of the oldest in Europe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and home to the world's largest bison population. Today it spans the territory of two states to include Belarus and Poland and has the highest protection status. In Belarus, the Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park occupies an area of 150,083 hectares. It is home to more than 1,000 species of plants, more than 250 species of birds, and 59 species of mammals. The pride of Belovezhskaya Pushcha is its European bison, the last representative of wild ox's on the continent. There were just 12 animals at the beginning of the 20th century. Over the decades, Belarus restored the bison population, and in 2018 it reported the world’s biggest number of European bison living in the wild which is 40 percent of the world’s bison population. Most of them live in Belovezhskaya Pushcha.
There are many amazing places in the ancient forest besides natural attractions. For example, it is home to the country’s most fairytale place which is the residence of Father Frost which is open all year round. The Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park is part of the Brest-Grodno tourist zone that offers 15-day visa-free access for citizens of more than 70 countries. In the northwest of Belarus, you'll find the Braslav Lake District with hundreds of lakes left over from ancient glaciers. All of the lakes are different in shape, area, depth, composition, and transparency of water, flora, and fauna, they amaze both Belarusians and foreign visitors alike. There are 276 large and small lakes in the Braslav Lakes National Park, each with its own natural features and many are associated with unusual historical facts or mysterious legends.
The most famous and the largest lake is Drivyaty. On the shore of this lake stands the ancient city of Braslav, which gave a name to the entire lake district. It is the country's fifth-largest lake and the third largest in terms of water resources. Another lake is Drisvyaty. The border between Belarus and Lithuania runs through its water area, and until recently it was used as a cooling water reservoir for the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant.
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