Hidden amid the eerie forests of Masuria, in northern Poland, lies the Wolf's Lair, perhaps the most important of Adolf Hitler's World War II headquarters. Choose between two separate tours of this historic site: the Standard Tour, which lasts 11 hours and includes 3 hours at Wolf's Lair, or the Extended Tour, which lasts 16 hours and includes 8 hours at and around Wolf's Lair. Both options include entrance fees and transport.
Your driver and guide will collect you from your central Warsaw hotel at 7am (extended tour) or 8am (standard tour). Sit back and enjoy the 4-hour ride through the Polish countryside as your guide explains the geography of Masuria, and how its forests, lakes, and swamps made the terrain ideal to establish a secret bunker complex.
If you've chosen the standard tour, you'll arrive at Wolf's Lair around noon, and spend three hours exploring Wolf's Lair, including a break for lunch (own expense) in the on-site restaurant. You'll leave at 3pm, returning to Warsaw by 7pm.
If you've upgraded to the extended tour, you'll gain a much more in-depth experience of Masuria and Wolf's Lair. You'll visit Zone I with a local guide, and crawl through Zone II in a replica Nazi German armored transporter. Although Hitler's bunker was blown up, you'll be able to explore the bunkers of the German Wehrmacht, which give an idea of the layout of Hitler's own retreat.
You'll also explore the eerie remains of an abandoned sluice system which aimed to connect the Masurian Lakes with the Baltic Sea, when the Nazis believed their Reich would last for a thousand years. This option includes two meals in local restaurants, leaving Masuria at 7pm and returning to Warsaw at 11pm.