Breakfast buffet. At 09.00 you will have a Brest city tour. Brest is a traditional "western door" of the country. It is a quiet and relaxed city, with the famous Sovetskaya street and similar boulevards, perfect for walking. But the main attraction of the city is the Brest fortress (entrance), which of course is included in the city tour. The fortress made a prolonged defense against the Nazis in 1941 and was ruined as a result of severe battles. Only a few men had survived, but the citizens of the entire USSR had been inspired by the heroism of the defenders of the Brest fortress. Today is a giant monument that deeply affects. 12.00 departure to the Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park (60 km from Brest). This world-famous park, included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites, has recently celebrated its 600th anniversary! It is one of the last and largest remaining parts of the immense primitive forest that once spread across the European plain. It is believed that some oaks here are over 600 years old! The park used to be the home and playground of the Polish princes and the Russian tsars, who spent a lot of time resting and hunting. The current world of animals and birds of Pushcha is very rich and diverse. The reserve is home to around 200 species of birds, including the nutcracker, the eagle owl, the white stork, along with 60 species of mammals, including wild boar, wild horses, wandering elk, deer and, perhaps, the most famous, the bison, which is supposed to be one of the symbols of the country. The excursion includes the Pushcha tour and the visit to the Nature Museum (entrance). Return to Brest.