Wolf’s Lair Tour From Gdansk: Visit the Wolf’s Lair, Mamerki Bunkers & The Nazi Canal

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  • Day Tour11 hrs
  • Max People: 7We can accommodate groups larger than 7 with advanced notice. Contact us for details.
  • Wolf's Lair

Visit the Wolf’s Lair from Gdansk

Embark with us on an engaging day tour from Gdansk into the mesmerizing Polish region of Mazury, brimming with WWII historical landmarks. After a scenic ride, our first destination is the infamous Wolf’s Lair (Wolfsschanze), Hitler’s furthest eastern military base during WWII.

Erected strategically for Operation Barbarossa – the catastrophic German invasion of Russia in 1941 – this fortification stands as a grim testament to the era. Hitler’s stay here extended over 800 days, with his final departure on 20th November 1944.

Travel to the Wolf’s Lair from Gdansk in the Company of an Expert Historian Guide…

The Wolf’s Lair carries the poignant history of the 20 July Plot – the war’s most significant assassination attempt on Hitler. The dramatic events, recreated in the film Valkyrie, were led by Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg and his co-conspirators.

After delving into the stark narratives of the Wolf’s Lair, we proceed to the Mamerki bunkers. This complex accommodated lower-ranking German military personnel and visitors arriving at the Wolf’s Lair.

Our tour culminates at the remnants of an enormous lock, a part of the canal the Germans were constructing from Mazury to the Baltic Sea. The purpose of this grand waterway remains a matter of speculation. Join us and gauge for yourself – could U-Boats have navigated this route?

(If you are spending more time in Poland, why not consider one of our Multi-Day WW2 Tours.)

Accessibility

This is a walking tour and will require a lot of walking. Wheelchair access is available on this tour, however please consider the locations will be on rough ground.

Minimum age will depend on parents and their mobility with the child.

Special Notes

Sturdy walking shoes required. Bring weather appropriate clothing.

There is a significant amount of driving and walking included in this tour. Please consider bringing good walking shoes, sun-protective clothing, hat, and sunscreen in summer, warm clothing in winter.

It is a very long day so please ensure you bring along any medication, food, snacks and water you will need for the journey.

Price From

The price of the tour is €585.00 (incl of VAT) + €6.00 per person for entry to the Wolf’s Lair.

Price of Wolf's Lair Tour from Gdansk Includes

  • Pick-up & transport from central Gdansk hotel
  • Escorted by local, licenced, and highly experienced English, Polish, & Russian speaking guide
  • Museum Entry
  • Drop-off at your Gdansk hotel
Price Excludes
  • Costs involved with travel to & from Poland.
  • Costs involved with travel to & from Gdansk from elsewhere in Poland.
  • Accommodation.
  • Airport or train station transfers, however can be arranged.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Lunch and dinner throughout tour.
  • Activities outside of the quoted itinerary.
  • Gratuities (e.g., for guides, hospitality) at the discretion of guests.
  • Other personal expenses.

Your Mazury Day Tour Itinerary

08:00 — Travel to the Wolf's Lair from Gdansk

You will be collected from your central Gdansk hotel and taken to the Mazury Region. 

Once you arrive in Mazury, you will enjoy guided tours of the Wolf’s Lair, Mamerki Bunkers, and Nazi Canals.

19:00 — Return from the Masurian Lake District to Gdansk

Arrive back at your Gdansk hotel.

Want to plan more WW2-related activities during your stay? Take our WW2 Tour of Gdansk

Wolf's Lair Tour Route