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Block 13. Hitler's shelter. The largest building in the complex. Ferroconcrete walls have a thickness of 7 meters and the ceiling has 8 meters thick.
The bunker was resistant to all common during World War II bombs and missiles.
Albert Speer described the shelter: "If something as a symbol of current time can be expressed in the form of buildings, it is this shelter: externally similar to an ancient Egyptian tomb, was actually a big concrete block, no windows, no direct air supply, the structure whose concrete walls was much more bigger than the usable space. In this tomb he lived, worked and slept. "
Wolf's Lair. Block 15 of Göring's Bunker. Marshal accustomed to a life of luxury, surrounded by art stolen from all over Europe, adapted the shelter to suit his taste. In comparison to other - the bunker stood out with its careful trim and comfort, and bigger space inside. The walls were lined with wood paneling and fireplace warmed the room.
Göring reluctant appeared in Gierloza, though before the war he was a frequent guest on hunting in the surrounding woods, where he proposed Poland to participate in the war against Russia.
In return, Poland would receive Ukraine to the Black Sea. Historians today believe that Germans lacked this number of divisions to defeat Stalin, which potentially could provide allied Poland.
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Capacity: 1 - 4 passengers.
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Capacity: 1 - 7 passengers.
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1. Warsaw - Gierloza.
2. Wolf's Lair. Hitler's quarter Wolf's Lair.
Guided sightseeing of bunkers: building of bodyguard and security services of Reich, Speer barrack, map room, place of failed assassination attempt on Hitler's life, shelter for visitors, mail, teletype and telephone control unit, garages and building for drivers, cinema, boiler room, food storage, house and shelter of Bormann, Casino, Jodl's shelter, MFA bunker.
Hitler's personal guards hotel, tearoom, bunker of Keitel, Göring's house, Göring's air raid shelter with the positions of anti-aircraft guns, machine guns and reflectors, Luftwaffe shelter, Navy command shelter, Hitler's bunker, positions of anti-aircraft guns.
Ride by historic military vehicle: up to 4 persons in German Kurierwagen, up to 7 people in German SdKfz 247 off-road vehicle, up to 17 people in Soviet armored car BTR-40.
3. Transit Gierloza - Warsaw.
If you want to reserve a trip for a larger number of people, email us.
All tickets and fees included in the price.
How long is tour of Wolfs Lair ?
The total duration of the tour: 10 hours.
Is Wolfs Lair close to Warsaw ? Is Wolf Lair near Warsaw ?
Distance between Warsaw and Gierloza is 250 km / 155 miles.
How long is the drive from Warsaw to Wolfs Lair ?
Approximate driving time one way: 3 hours 30 minutes.
Time of Wolf's Lair Tour may vary slightly due to the situation on the road or random events which are out of Organizer's control.