We invite you to get to know the programme and to come along for the "GIANT BUNKERS - THIRD REICH FUEHRER HEADQUARTERS" trip. Our main attractions will be two of Hitler's headquarters near the eastern border of the Third Reich. Here's what awaits us.
We will begin with visiting the Warsaw Uprising Museum in Warsaw. The exhibition portrays, with honour, the heroic population of Warsaw during the Nazi invasion and the magnitude of the devastation that wrecked this city after the fall of the uprising.
One of the many interesting and unique places that we will visit is the bunker railway station built specifically for Hitler's train - another headquarter - to allow him to move between his various headquarters with ease. Ironically, the train was called "Amerika" and was later changed to "Brandenburg".
One of our main attractions will be found in Masuria (pre-WWII Prussia). It was here that one of Hitler's largest headquarters was built. It is known as "The Wolf's Lair". He spent most of his time here and personally commanded Operation Barbarossa, the war with the Soviet Union. Soon after, the Nazis built the headquarters of the Land Forces very nearby. This became the bunker of the Chief of the Reich bureaucracy and the Chief of the SS, Heinrich Himmler.
During our journey, we will also visit museums and fortresses from different time periods. We will also have chance to visit a shooting, ride a tank and have a bonfire. At one of these fortresses, we will have the opportunity to watch a recreation of the fortress siege combined with exciting stunts, military markets, a presentation of incredible motorcycles and a culinary fair of that region.
Day 1 Saturday:
Meet and pick up from the airport. Check in at a hotel followed by lunch. A visit to the Warsaw Uprising Museum 1944. A walk through Warsaw Old Town and a dinner for all participants.
Day 2 Sunday:
Drive to Konewka. A visit to railway bunkers in Jelen and Konewka. Return to Warsaw followed by a visit to the Polish Army Museum in the Czerniakow Fortress which holds a collection of heavy military equipment.
Day 3 Monday:
Masuria Lake District:
Drive to Masuria, stopping on the way to visit Lomza Fortress, a shooting range followed by lunch. Continuation of our journey to Masuria. A break to see Himmler's bunker. A visit at the museum and complex of the Command of Land Forces OKH bunkers. Stop at a hotel.
Day 4 Tuesday:
A visit to one of Hitler's main headquarters "The Wolf's Lair" followed by lunch and check in at a hotel in Gizycko. In the afternoon, a visit to Boyen Fortress as well as a historical re-enactment "Fortress Siege", military markets stalls etc. Return to hotel.
Day 5 Wednesday:
Return to Warsaw. A break at an old military training ground which includes military vehicle rides. In the evening, check in at a hotel in Warsaw.
Day 6 Thursday:
Breakfast at hotel and end of trip. Transport to the airport.
A trip route
What is included
- Travel to and from airport
- Travel by an air-conditioned minibus
- 24-hour trip administrator
- 5 nights of accommodation with continental breakfasts
- Welcome lunch on the first day
- Booked places for lunch and dinner
- Military place visits as described
- Specialist Guide or audio guides in all museums in English
- Entrance fees to museums and places of interest
- 30 rounds of ammunition for AK-47
- Armoured vehicle rides
- Bonfire with meal
- Lunches, dinners and drinks if not notified otherwise