Where is Orsha Located?
Orsha (Orsha) is an industrial city in the Vitebsk district of Belarus. Orsha is located on the border with Russia and has about 125,000 inhabitants. In Orsha, the railway line from Western Europe branches from Belarus to Moscow and St. Petersburg.
What Country is Orsha in?
Orsha (sometimes used in German terms with the spelling “Orscha”) is an industrial city in the northeastern part of Belarus. Orsha is home to about 125,000 citizens. Orsha is located directly on the banks of the Dnieper River in the Belarusian district of Vitebsk.
The hotels of Orsha, which are primarily geared to the needs of business travellers, can be easily reached by various means of transport, as Orsha is very well connected to the regional transport infrastructure: Orsha is an important in the region. Railway junction where several important main railway lines intersect: the Warsaw – Minsk – Moscow and Saint Petersburg – Schlobin (Gomel/Kiev) lines are located not far from Orsha. There are also direct train connections between St. Petersburg and Minsk via Orsha. A special feature of Orsha’s railway junction is the planned interconnecting lines between the three main stations. Directly from Orsha Central Station there are various business hotels.