I would like to inform you all about the tourist train that will make 3 stops(2 stops at Brest to change from European gauge to Russian and from Russian to European) in Belorussia:
July 26 - By night the train crosses the border to Belarus at Brest, switching to Russian broad-gauge track. I know only arrival to Beniakone station - ~06:05 Jul 27. Later I will know the exact time. So, you all might know when he will leave Brest to Lida.
August 5 - arrive in Minsk in the morning (A guided bus tour will introduce you to the rich and eventful history of the Belarus capital, visiting the Jewish quarter, the Baroque St. Peter and Paul’s Church, The St. Simeon and Elena church as well as the city’s main boulevard, the Francyska-Skarny-Prospekt). At noon train ride will continue on towards Brest. I will try to get the exact arrival time to Minsk and departure.
Here is some info about this train:
15 Days aboard the Amber Train
Berlin – Gdansk – Malbork – Masuria – Vilnius – Klaipeda – Curonian Spit – Riga – Tallinn – St. Petersburg – Minsk – Poznan - Berlin
The Amber coast journey takes passengers ever eastward, from Berlin across the Oder River to Gdansk and Masuria, up to the Baltic, including Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, and finally on to St. Petersburg. After two days in the city of White Nights, you can either take the Private Train via Minsk to Rzepin and then hop on the EuroCity to Berlin, or you can fly to Berlin (not included in trip price).
The Private Train will take you safely and comfortably through six countries. Choose from sleeping compartments for one to three persons. Six nights will be spent in Premium or Standard hotels. Heavy luggage will safely remain on board the train during this time. An experienced Lernidee travel guide and doctor are on board, and luggage service is offered at no extra charge.
Here is again my video with this train between Beniakone - Stasylos and in Stasylos station.