The signs were installed by the coordinator of the EuroVelo-2 project in Belarus Anton Arkhipenko in the territory of Belovezhskaya Pushcha: from the village of Bely Lesok to the village of Kamenyuki. The distance between settlements is about 30 kilometers. The next step will be the installation of signs from the village of White Forest to the urban village of Lyubcha.
Also earlier, three stands with information on the route appeared in Belovezhskaya Pushcha: on the Pererovo hamlet and near the checkpoint in Kamenyuki and White Forest.
The National Park has asphalt paths suitable for cyclists. Entrance to the territory with your own bicycle is paid: 7 rubles for adults and 5 for children, and with a visit to the estate of Santa Claus 12 and 9.5, respectively. Also in Belovezhskaya Pushcha you can order several types of cycling excursions and rent two-wheeled vehicles.
If you prefer to travel independently, then on the eurovelo.by website you can find an audio guide for Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The route runs along points such as the Ecological Museum, the Archaeological Museum in the form of a restored ancient city, the Museum of folk life and ancient technologies, sightseeing enclosures and many natural monuments, including many centuries-old oaks. The bike route along with audio guides can be found on the official eurovelo.by website, and soon it will be presented on the international izi.travel platform.
In the final stage is work on an information booklet on the site from Kamenets to Minsk. Prior to this, a booklet was published describing the section from Minsk to Novogrudok. The information in the new booklet will be updated and supplemented. The booklet itself will be released in two versions: electronic and print. Electronic can be downloaded on the eurovelo.by website, and printed can be downloaded at the office of the Minsk Cycling Society (Minsk, 18 Pervomaiskaya St., room 504), as well as in the farmsteads along the route.