Join an expedition to visit the remains of Hitler’s former headquarters: The Wolf’s Lair and Mauerwald (Mamerki) – a complex of undamaged Nazi bunkers: the location of the biggest command center of Nazi Germany. We will also visit Gdansk, the city where World War II started.
- Discover places connected with II World War in Poland.
- Explore Hitler`s headquarter-Wolf`s Lair, hidden in the beautiful Lake District area (Mazuria).
- Spend the night in Wolf`s Lair hotel, a place surrounded by history.
- See Mauerwald Communication Center. It`s a system of bunkers and military posts belonging to German Supreme Command during the years 1941 and 1944.
- Visit Gdansk, free city and one of the biggest Baltic Sea ports. It`s also the place where the II World War started.
- Taste traditional polish food and drinks.
Price: Early Bird £269 till 31th of May. £299 from 1st of June.
Arrival in Gdansk and transfer from the airport to your hotel. Dinner and drinks at the evening.
Trip to Wolf`s Lair in Mazuria Lake District in Northern Poland famous for its 2,000 lakes. The fortress is hidden in the forest and contains 80 buildings of which 50 are concrete bunkers. The hidden city consists of nearly 200 buildings: shelters, barracks, two airports, a power station, a train station and waterworks. It is hard to believe that the Nazis managed to build it in such a short time and that they had thought of everything that can be needed and tried to prepare for every possibility. In 1944 there were two thousand people living in the complex! The Wolf’s Lair was also the scenery to an unsuccessful assassination attempt of Adolf Hitler. Many decisions regarding the strategy of the Nazi army were made here.
You will also have a chance to spend the night in the hotel located next to Wolf`s Lair itself. Yes! This little place is located deep in the woods, but it has a restaurant and a bar.
After breakfast, we will get back to Gdansk to have lunch and a guided tour there. At the evening we will take you to the airport to catch an evening flight to London.
It`s a port city on the Baltic coast of Poland. With its origins as a Polish stronghold erected in the 980s by Mieszko I of Poland, the city’s history is complex, with periods of Polish rule, periods of Prussian or German rule, and periods of autonomy or self-rule as a “free city”. It was considered the wealthiest and the largest city of Poland, prior to the 18th-century rapid growth.
Early Bird: £259 (till the end of April). Later £299.
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- 1-night accommodation in 3* hotel in Gdansk in the old town area with breakfast (twin rooms)
- 1-night accommodation in the hotel in Gierlozy with breakfast (twin rooms)
- Guided tour of Wolf`s Lair
- Guided tour of Mauerwald
- All transportation
- Guided tour of Gdansk
- Dedicated bi-lingual host from CKAC
What`s not included:
- Food, drinks etc
Single room supplement available for the extra fee of £50.
10th August, WizzAir, London Luton-Gdansk, 16:00-19:05;
12th August, WizzAir, Gdansk-London Luton, 20:05-21:20;
You are welcome to book different flights, however, in this case, separate airport transfer will need to be arranged (which may cost an extra fee).
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