Gdansk: Private Wolf’s Lair with St. Lipka and Mamerki
Pickup includedYour Gdansk, Sopot, or Gdynia accommodation.
- Take a private full-day tour from Gdansk to the Wolf’s Lair, Mamerki, and St. Lipka
- Enter the Hitler’s headquarters area from World War II with a local guide
- See authentic bunkers and hear of their incredible history
- Visit the Baroque St. Mary Church in St. Lipka
- Discover hidden secrets about the war
Wolf’s Lair was a perfectly guarded place that was surrounded by a minefield. It was operated for 4 years and was home to over 2,000 people. Whilst touring through this secret forest, your local guide will tell you the best stories and facts about the area, and will also show you some of the area's hidden gems.
In the extended version of this tour, see also another place full of bunkers, Mamerki village. It used to be the headquarters of the Supreme Command of the Land Forces. It’s a huge area which includes bunkers, shelters, and the houses of generals and officers. Whilst there you will be able to discover the Amber Chamber, the interiors of the famous U-boot German Submarine, and a museum dedicated to the East Front.
On your way back from the extended tour you will visit the St. Mary’s Sanctuary in Swieta Lipka. From the entrance you will be able to see fantastic Baroque architecture, the fabulous colors of the building, and the impressive gate. Inside you will find beautiful organs, fantastic paintings on the walls, a richly decorated roof, and great sculptures.
- Private full-day tour to the Wolf’s Lair, Mamerki, and St. Lipka
- Private licensed guide in Wolf’s Lair
- Ticket entrance to the the Wolf’s Lair
- Round-trip transportation from your hotel
- Private comfortable transportation with an English-speaking driver
- Sightseeing of the St. Mary’s Sanctuary (extended tour only)
- Ticket entrance to Mamerki
- Traditional Polish lunch
- Guide in Mamerki and the St. Mary’s Sanctuary
Prepare for the activity
• Please check your email the day before the tour to receive important information
• There are many bunkers, underground areas, and old routes, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes