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Wolf's Lair - WWII Adolf Hitler's Headquarters
"Wolf's Lair was the most important Adolf Hitler's headquarters hidden in Masuria a region of Northen Poland famous for its 2000 lakes. The terrain is rather hilly with connecting lakes rivers and streams. Forests account for about 30% of the area together with lakes and swamps it was the perfect place to set up inaccessible complex of bunkers.After meeting your driver and guide the drive to Wolf's Lair will take approximately 4 hours. Upon arrival
From EUR145.00
 
Warsaw Food Tour
"The point is to let you experience carefully selected local spots which are liked by the Polish. You will taste the best Polish delicacies - tasty starters soups and dumplings. All mentioned above supported by Polish vodka. With our classic minibus our guide will drive you around Warsaw to find the best Polish food. This way you will see and taste much more thank on the walking tour. You will love it! Lovely pączki (Polish donuts) at local pastry shop Traditional Polish soup The best coffee made with passion Cherry on top: The best pierogi (dum bigos (meat and cabbage stew) and shot of Polish vodka """"One of the most amazing things in Poland is its delicious non-processed and traditional cuisine. It is hard to imagine how much food Poland eat and they manage to stay fit. What is the secret? It is the quality of Polish food. We have selected the best local spots to let you experience this phenomenon!"
From EUR69.00
 
Warsaw Layover Tour with Communist Car
"You will be picked up and dropped off at Warsaw Chopin Airport. Since this is a private tour your guide will set up itinerary up to your needs. It can be classic city - like Warsaw Old Town. You can go deeper into the history and explore WWII Communism and Praga district.Discover a diverse city that has a lot to offer – both historically and from today’s perspective Visit places of tourist interest Hear the news gossip and stories about modern Warsaw Check out places that are not reachable on “regular” tours Have a genuine Polish lunch / dinner / zakąski (tapas). (Optional / not inclusive) Witness a city that’s having the best mom"""Do you have a layover between your flights in Warsaw? It's a good idea to get to know the city it's history and local cuisine with our professional guide and extraordinary car from Communist era."title=Highlights&1=Excellent+value+for+money&2=Flexibility+to+customize+your+itinerary+to+your+own+preferences&3=Airport+transfer&4=Led+by+a+local+guide&5=Private+tour+is+operated+with+just+your+party+and+a+guide%2Fdriver
From EUR120.00

More Things to Do in Kamyanyets

Lenin Monument

Like in almost all Belarusian towns also Kamyanyets has a Lenin Monument. It was erected during the Soviet era, but unlike in most other former USSR countries, the Belarusian government hasn't torn...
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Aug 16, 2013

Tower of Kamyanyets

The Tower of Kamyanyets (Kamyanyetskaya Vyezha) is the main landmark of Kamyanyets and also a national historic site of Belarus. It is also often referred to by the misnomer White Tower. The 30 metres...
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Oct 20, 2011

Church of St. Simon

The Russian Orthodox Church of St. Simon (Svyata Simonovskaya Cerkov) was finished in 1914. It was several times rebuilt after fires.The church consists of an apsis, a refectory and an entrance hall....
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Oct 20, 2011

The Kamyanyets state grammar school

The white painted two-storey Kamyanyets state grammar school was constructed in the 1920s. It is surrounded by beautiful gardens.Like the Tower of Kamyanyets and the Church of St. Simon also the...
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Oct 20, 2011

Monument to Oleksa

The Monument to Oleksa is dedicated to the founder of the town who was a prominent builder and architect of the Volhynia region.The monument, which was unveiled in 1985 was designed by the student...
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Oct 20, 2011

The War Memorial

The War Memorial commemorates the victims of the Great Patriotic War, especially the Soviet soldiers who died in July 1944 during the liberation of Kamyanyets from the Nazis.Underneath the metal...
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Oct 20, 2011
 
 
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Church of St. Peter and Paul

The history of the Roman Catholic Church of St. Peter and Paul (Kosciol Svyta Piotr i Pawla) dates back to 1501 when it was built as a wooden church.In 1924 the wooden church was struck by lighning...
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Oct 20, 2011

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