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Warsaw to Gierloz for Wolfs Lair Tour

by duelmen

Does anyone know if there are tour companies in Warsaw that offer a day trip to Gierloz to see Hitler's Wolschanze?

Any private people that do this?

Thanks!

Re: Warsaw to Gierloz for Wolfs Lair Tour

by kuusamo

call +48 22 351 22 22, Warsaw office

Re: Warsaw to Gierloz for Wolfs Lair Tour

by duelmen

Do they speak English at that number?

Thanks!

Re: Warsaw to Gierloz for Wolfs Lair Tour

by kuusamo

Yes, they do. It's registered travel agency.

Tel: +48 22 351 22 22
Tel: +48 22 351 22 44

Re: Warsaw to Gierloz for Wolfs Lair Tour

by wiltrappe

I'll be there in Warsaw from the 15th of July, can anybody help? greetings Wil

Re: Warsaw to Gierloz for Wolfs Lair Tour

by duelmen

I did speak with someone at STAYPOLAND Travel

tel: (+48) 22 - 351 22 46 | fax: (+48) 22 - 351 22 49
ul. Miła 2, 00-180 Warszawa (Warsaw), Poland
www.staypoland.com

The price for the tour is 1150 PLN (approx. 397 USD) and includes English-speaking driver, transport by car, hotel pick-up and VAT.

I lucked out and talked some people I knew in Warsaw to drive me there for the price of gas. They wanted to visit Kętrzyn as well.

Good luck and make sure you bring a flashlight to see in the bunkers.

Travel Tips for Warsaw

Warsaw without Palace?!

by piotrbog

Unfortunately, there are some politicians who want to destroy the Palace - symbol of the city!!! So, if you have free time, go to Warsaw - it is maybe the last chance to see this marvellous building! I know that Warsaw isn't so beautiful as Cracow is. But what I like the most in Warsaw is its speed and a link between east and west. Eastern-soviet palace and huge new hotels around in the centre are the best example of it.

see how the city is changing.

by rolnik

Before the war, Warsaw used to be called the Paris of the east. Many great buildings, cafes, wide streets and avenues. After the catastrophe of 1944, the city started to be rebuilt. The communist wanted the capital to be the mini-Moscow rather than Paris. And it looked grey and gloomy. After 1989 everything changed. The high scyscrapers were built, city get much cleaner and colorful.
Swietokrzyski Bridge is just a good pice od new architecture.

In front of a church

by dlandt

Churches are numerous in Poland, as you will notice. This one was on the main street south of Old Town. I'm not sure why my wife decided to take this photo, but it does show a typically Polish decoration.

This is not America

by gale.blog.pl

Warsaw has been growing since its reconstruction after World War II. Since the fall of communism new companies started boosting and office space was needed. That is why more and more modern office buildings are constructed in my town.

Vokda Galore

by MarioPortugal

While visiting Warsaw and at one of the tiny bars I used to go to drink beer (either Zywiec or Warka, both polish), I noticed that that particular bar could offer 19 different brands of vodka for sale by the glass !!! - I was told this is pretty normal all over Poland.

Other drink options were: 6 different types of Beer, 1 Whiskey (Ireland) , 4 Whiskys (Scotland), 2 Tequilas, 2 Rums, and 1 Gin, besides Martine, Coca-cola and other sodas. But, 19 different types of Vodka !!! - Definitely, Poland is a "Vodka Country".

The bar tender told me 90% of the consumers drink Vodka, not beer (like me while there).

Additionally, note that that at this particular no food was served. Only drinks.

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