Major attractions, unexpected adventures, mysterious legends, folk crafts and interesting meetings. All of this is modern Belarus. If you want to get acquainted with our country closer and better plan your trip to Belarus, see a bike tour across unusual and unexplored Belarus on our TV channel! The project “I want to see it!” tells about tourism opportunities and natural beauty of our country.
Presenter and moto traveler Vladimir Bogdan traveled throughout Belarus. And now he calls viewers on a journey. You will learn all about the history and geography of our country.
Cycle of programs “I want to see it” – is a large-scale entertainment project, a bike tour which includes the most interesting tourist attractions of Belarus. The prototype of the program is real motocross of the Belarusian motorcycle club “Iron Brothers”. A curious biker prefers to try and test all by himself: he explores sights, prepares and tastes dishes of national cuisine of different regions, develops indigenously Belarusian crafts.
“Our cities are thousand years old. But if you ask about interesting places in Belarus, then we shall name Nesvizh and Mir Castle, Brest Fortress, Bialowieza Forest ... and that is all. I decided to travel the whole Belarus on my motorcycle and rediscover own country and people. It is not a guide. It is life”, - says Vladimir.
The project “I want to see it” was launched on the TV channel “Belarus 24” in 2014. The program team has already visited all regional centers of Belarus and significant places of Belarus: Bialowieza Forest, Braslav lakes, Brest Fortress, Mir and Nesvizh Castles, Naroch. But there are still a lot of unknown and unusual attractions. New project series will be released on our channel very soon. In the meantime you can go to an unusual journey through the old routes - see the archive of the programs. New releases of the TV project will appear soon on our channel. In the meantime you can go to an unusual journey through the old routes - see the archive of programs. New releases of the TV project will appear here.
The program “I want to see it!” brings Belarus closer!