Day trip

Warsaw: Private Full-Day Wolf's Lair Tour

Warsaw: Private Full-Day Wolf's Lair Tour

From $233.93 per person

Take a private day trip to Wolf’s Lair, which was one of the most important military headquarters of Adolf Hitler. It is a location in which he spent approximately 800 days throughout the years 1941-1944.

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Duration 11 hours
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Live tour guide
English
Pickup included
Your expert guide will pick you up from your hotel lobby.
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Experience

Highlights
  • Visit one of the most important of Hitler's headquarters
  • Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of Masuria
  • Choose an extra attraction on your return journey
Full description
Wolf’s Lair is a complex of huge and tremendous bunkers, located in a picturesque land full of woods and lakes called Masuria. It is one of the most ravishing regions of Poland and is worth a visit to the breathtaking natural scenery alone. This is a secret complex of multi-story bunkers that are completely hidden from the world which were the witness to some of the most important moments of the Second World War. This is the place where the Operation Barbarossa, the secret plan to invade the Soviet Union, was being led. It is also where the decision to build the extermination camps was taken and was also where the unsuccessful assassination of Hitler took place in July 1944. Despite being blown up during the retreat of Germans in January 1945, Wolf’s Liar is still very impressive. The colossal concrete bunkers spread around the huge area show the military impetus and power of Nazi Germany. Hitler wasn’t the only one to quarter there, with many of the most important people of the Third Reich such as Goering, Bormann, Keitel, and Jodl, having also had bunkers in the Wolf’s Liar. The historic value of the place and its beautiful surroundings attract over 250 thousand tourists from all over the world each year. On the way back you will visit one of the three places: Mamerki, where you can see more bunkers, a medieval castle, or a beautiful Baroque church with a spectacular interior.
Includes
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off from centrally located hotels
  • Transportation in a luxury Mercedes van
  • Expert guide
  • Lunch
  • Photos from the tour
  • All admission fees
  • 8 hours' traveling and 4-5 hours' sightseeing
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
    Traveler requirements
    • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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    • This tour has wheelchair access
    • This tour requires a moderate amount of walking
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    The Wolf's Lair and its significance as a key location for the conduct of the second world war would have been much more difficult to interpret without our guide, Martin. At the (mostly destroyed) Wolf's Lair, he explained the use each building was put to and the fortification and camoflage measures. We later visited the High Command of the German army, which although empty of the original contents, was not physically destroyed and there were many similarities in the construction with the Wolf's Lair. He is very knowlegeable about the second world war and commented extensively about it and answered all our questions. I consider myself quite knowlegeable, but I still learnt a lot. In addition, we visited an abandoned part-finished lock gate construction, which was planned by the Nazis as part of a string of locks necessary to achieve a navigable connection to the Baltic. Such enormous projects reflect the engineering might of the third Reich and their fantastic organisational skills. Ma

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    September 9, 2020

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