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Wolf’s Lair & Swieta Lipka/Mamerki day tour from Warsaw


Join the expedition in the footsteps of the World War II and visit the remains of the former Hitler Headquarter called the Wolf’s Lair. Here Hitler undertook many important decisions and also here a failed attempt on his life took place in July 1944. Afterwards, you will visit Mamerki – a complex of undamaged Nazi bunkers where one of the biggest command centers of the Nazi Germany was located. Alternatively, you can visit a famous Polish sanctuary in Swieta Lipka.

Prices from 65 EUR
Up to 8 people
Lunch included
Transportation by car/minibus
English-speaking driver
Pick up from your hotel
Instant confirmation
Professional guide
Available everyday

StotheN  posted 2019-05-09 on TripAdvisor

Just amazing!  

Robert was the tour driver and the drive from Warsaw to the first stop (Wolf's Lair) was a four hour drive. One pit stop at a local gas station where Robert treated me to a local Polish sweet delicacy. We had started out at 8am and finally reached the Wolf's Lair at noon. A nice lady tour guide took over and walked me over the key installations at the site. Thereafter, I was led to other bunker installations at the Mamerki (one of which was desig ned by Adolf Hitler himself!). We turned back for Warsaw at 3.30pm; reaching at 7pm. Robert was very good company and we had very good discussions about Polish history. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone interested in WW2 history and Polish history in general. I look forward to going on another trip with this tour company.... [read more]

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 You will see:

Wolf’s Lair

Wolf's Lair is Adolf Hitler’s war headquarters where he lived between June 1940 until November 1944. It is a huge complex of... [ read more ]

Wolf’s Lair

Wolf's Lair is Adolf Hitler’s war headquarters where he lived between June 1940 until November 1944. It is a huge complex of 250 ha which consists of barracks, shelters and bunkers equipped in its own power and water supplies. Our guide will tell you about everyday life in the Lair and about many crucial decisions which were made here e.g. about creation of concentration camps. Although the retreating German troops blew up the whole complex, it is now preserved in a good condition, especially some of the bunkers inhabited by German dignitaries, for example the Goering bunker. On July 20th 1944 a famous assassination attempt took place in Wolf's Lair. You will visit the exact place where a German officer (Claus Von Stauffenberg) tried to kill Adolf Hitler by letting a bomb burst. The explosion killed four people. Hitler survived with his clothes singed, a cut to his hand and damaged ear drums. The assassination plot was depicted in the movie "Valkyrie" with Tom Cruise. 

Swieta Lipka Sanctuary

The famous Polish pilgrimage destination, located at the bottom of a picturesque valley surrounded by forests. You will see one of the most ... [ read more ]

Swieta Lipka Sanctuary

The famous Polish pilgrimage destination, located at the bottom of a picturesque valley surrounded by forests. You will see one of the most outstanding baroque sanctuaries in Poland, which consists of church, cloisters and the monastery. Inside you will see almost entirely original baroque sculpture ornamentation and wall paintings. Swieta Lipka is famous for its daily organ concerts.

The legend says in 14th century Saint Mary releaved herself to a man condemned to death on the last night of his life. She told him she could save him from death on one condition – he had to make a scupture of her. She gave him a chisel and a piece of wood. The man sculpted all night. The next morning, a judge noticed the scupture held by the prisoner. He thought the scultpure was so beautiful it must have been made by God. He set the prisoner free. The salvaged man remembered he had promised Mother Mary to place the figure at the first lime tree he would encounter. He did as promised and built a house nearby. Ever since then miracles and cures are claimed to have happend in the towns nearby, which drew pilgrimages from all over the country. Soon a chapel was built next to the lime tree. Even Albrecht Hohenzollern – the Grad Master of the Teutonic Knights visited it once. In 18th century, the baroque sanctuary was built.

Mamerki bunkersPossible alternative

The Nazi shelters located in Mamerki are one of the best-preserved in Poland. The most important decisions for the Wehrmacht ... [ read more ]

Mamerki bunkers

The Nazi shelters located in Mamerki are one of the best-preserved in Poland. The most important decisions for the Wehrmacht army during the World War II were made here. Also here the order to put down the Warsaw Uprising was given. Buldings and concrete shelters were constructed between 1940 and 1944. As Nazis had no time to blow them up, they remained untouched. You will see 250 buildings, including 30 shelters that were built for forty of the highest generals and field marshals, 1500 officers and Wehrmacht soldiers. Also, you will take a look at a 30-metres long tunnel connecting two shelters. After the war, near the shelter there was a search for the Amber Room. Polish sappers blew up the bunker no. 31 many times to find the treasure to no avail – it was never found. In the Museum you will see a replic of the Amber Room.


Reszel castleExtension

Castle from 14th century, besieged and gained once by Polish and once by Teutonic forces.  ... [ read more ]

Reszel castle

Castle from 14th century, besieged and gained once by Polish and once by Teutonic forces. 

 Tour plan

This tour starts in Warsaw. You will be picked up by our English-speaking driver from your hotel/apartment. First, you will visit Wolf’s Lair. Afterwards, the driver will transfer you for lunch at a local restaurant. In Swieta Lipka you will visit a famous sanctuary. Alternatively, you can visit Mamerki bunkers – the Seat of Nazi Land Forces during World War II. You will come back to Warsaw around 21:00.


Pick-up at your hotel/apartment in Warsaw

12:00 – 13:30 

Visit in Wolf’s Lair

14:00 – 15:30 

Visit in Swieta Lipka or Mamerki

16:00 – 17:00 



Drop-off at your hotel/apartment in Warsaw

The departure time is estimated and the order and timing may change, to be announced before the tour by email.



/person – 8 persons


/person – 7 persons


/person – 6 persons


/person – 5 persons


/person – 4 persons


/person – 3 persons


/person – 2 persons


– 1 person

 Price includes
  • Transportation by car/minibus
  • Pick-up and drop off at your hotel/apartment in the city centre
  • English-speaking driver (other languages are possible if requested in advance)
  • English-speaking guide in the Wolf’s Lair (other languages are possible if requested in advance)
  • Entrance fee to Wolf’s Lair
Complimentary services:
  • Free traditional lunch of the day (e.g pierogi, chicken soup or schnitzel +water) in a local restaurant
  • Free wifi in most of our cars (ask the driver)
  • Child seat free of charge (must be requested in advance)
Price does not include:
  • Visit in Mamerki – extra 4EUR per person + 70EUR for a guide

 Possible alternatives

Instead of Swieta Lipka sanctuary you can visit Mamerki bunkers - extra 4EUR per person + 70EUR for a guide.


Have a ride on military vehicle in Wolf’s Lair:

BTR-40 vehicle – maximum 12 passengers/ around 30-minute ride – 45EUR per group

SdKfz 247 b vehicle -maximum 6 passengers/around 30-minute ride – 40EUR per group



Skoda Superb Limousine

1 - 3 passengers
included in the price

Skoda Superb Limousine

1 - 3 passengers

Opel Vivaro

1 - 8 passengers
included in the price

Opel Vivaro

1 - 8 passengers

Mercedes Vito

1 - 7 passengers
+ 80 EUR

Mercedes Vito + 80 EUR

1 - 7 passengers

individually regulated backrests of each seat, more space

Mercedes V-class

1-7 passengers
+ 160 EUR

Mercedes V-class + 160 EUR

1-7 passengers

  • luxurious option, diplomatic standard
  • leather seats, backrest regulation, comfortable suspension
  • ambient lighting system inside
  • the most leg space
  • soft drinks


driver: English-speaking

guide in Wolf’s Lair: English by default, other languages available on request: Spanish, Russian, Italian, German, French

 Frequently asked questions

  • FOOD 

 Tour map


Mark  posted 2019-10-04 on TripAdvisor

Historic site  

This destroyed headquarters of WW2 Germany is a sad reminder of some German officers attempt to end the war.
A long days travel from Warsaw, (4hrs each way) but worth it for anyone interested in military history & one mans courage to try & save his country. Our guide was great & spoke excellent English it’s just a very long day touring to see it.

Relax27728602420  posted 2019-09-21 on Viator

Great tour  

Przemyslaw was an entertaining guide, we had fun exploring the bunkers and stopping at a local village for lunch.

bjornslaug  posted 2019-08-13 on Viator

Great experience of both dark and bright events in Polish history  

This is a long but rewarding excursion from Warsaw. The Wolfs lair was a huge complex of bunkers in the deep forests of east Prussia, used by Hitler and the German high command as head quarters almost throughout the second world war. Many ominous decisions were made here, like the decision to completely destroy Warsaw as a revenge for the 1944 uprising. This was also of course the place for the attempted assassination of Hitler in the summer of 1 944. The fantastic tour guide Piotr made history come alive with his extensive knowledge of the place and of Polish history. He was receptive and willing to discuss also controversial and disputed topics. Included in the trip was also a lunch at nice restaurant serving traditional Polish food, that really tasted delicious. To top off the trip there was a visit to a beautiful baroque church with a fairy-tale like history. It was also planned by Piotr so that we had an opportunity to listen to a short organ concerto, played on the spectacular organ of the church. This trip is highly recommended.... [read more]

LeisureZootLarry  posted 2019-07-02 on TripAdvisor

Wonderful Experience  

I just returned from a full day trip to Wolfs Lair. Highly recommended! Although a long drive from Warsaw the guide,Piotr,made it seem short. He is very experienced and knowledgeable who can discuss any topic which is brought up. The headquarter complex is much larger than I expected. Also the size of the structures surprised me. Well worth the drive if you are interested in WW2 history. The stop at the church on the way back is a real bonus. The day tour exceeded my expectations! Thank-you Piotr!!... [read more]

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