Summer is here and when you think of summer you will think of Mediterranean. However Belorussians also have interesting way to enjoy summer in the Baltic. The brightly shining sun, the thrill of water rides, and splashing water in pools. Minskers opened the summer season in Dreamland water park this weekend. This is how they beat the heat in Belarus!
Living in the heart of eternal rainy autumn Belarusians traditionally long for the warmth of the summer sun. No wonder why adrenaline and water lovers make for the heart-pumping water parks, the moment the first sunbeam pierces the darkness and Minsk aquaparks open their doors on 1 June. The cheapest tickets will cost one 24BYN (~$12) if you visit the water park till 12am on weekdays and after 4pm on weekends writes Belarusfeed.
Prices are pretty cheap for most European standards, meaning the most expensive ticket costs 28 BYN (~14) – if you buy the ticket on the day off from 12am to 4pm. Children, pensioners and people with disabilities can visit the water park cheaper. The most expensive discount ticket for them costs 16BYN (~$8).