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We aimed at this from our vacation apartment in Swinoujscie. We had to drive south of the town, and ended up in a large car-queue due to only one ferry operating. We really looked forward to see this war-memorial, so the hope kept our mood...More
Access is a little strange, you have to park next to railway crossing and walk into the forest. In the other side, there are lot of songs and you can not get lost. Visit itself is an experience, beginning with lining up, music, marching etc....More
As the only two non Polish attendants at the tour we got the short version in english between the stop, very much appreciated! The guide kept everyone interested, even the children which is admirable. He was probably funny as well because the group laughed a...More
An extraordinary adventure in the depths of the forest. Immediately comes to the line with others, where under the leadership of a great Citizen Corporal - the guide, gets to know the tunnels, bunkers of command of old times in a great funny way. Great...More
Very chilling trip to a Cold War bunker. As a Dane having seen similar bunkers in operation in Denmark, the similarities are striking. If you go to "Stevnsfortet" and "Langelandsfortet" in Denmark you will get an eye-opener here. This tells us that we shouldn't play...More
Visiting the Underground City of Wolin Island was really interesting! We did not know what to expect from it, but any possible expectations were exceeded. The history of the Underground City is really interesting and the guided tour was made both educational and entertaining by...More
Not being into military history, I tagged along my boyfriend - and am SO glad I did! This underground city - first a Nazi fortress, later a red army barack, eventually Polish army surpluss, and now a living museum - is soaked in history!
This is a tour on old German fortifications used later by Polish army as a command center for Baltic Sea West operations in Układ Warszawski. There are few tunnels connecting bunkers. 2 of them are open now for tourists others are under renovation as current...More
Response from Dizzie_81 | Reviewed this property |
Good question. We stayed at the Hampton by Hilton too, but we had a car... I know there is a bus going past the museum (you will have to get off at the main road and walk a bit into the forest, but there are... More
Good question. We stayed at the Hampton by Hilton too, but we had a car... I know there is a bus going past the museum (you will have to get off at the main road and walk a bit into the forest, but there are signs leading the way), but I can't remember the number of the bus.
I would suggest you ask at the reception of the hotel which bus to take and go to the ferry, cross the pond and get on the bus from there (easiest way to go about it). Unless you want to rent a car?
(if you do rent a car, there's a bison enclosure not far from Swinoujscie, only accessible by car, which is well worth visiting!)