An eerie complex, created in an isolated piece of Polish forest, and quite well preserved and accessible to most of the public (despite the transport facilities being a bit awkward to negotiate). Very impressed by the tour guide's knowledge and ability to convey messages to a variety of languages. They were most helpful and willing to spend a little time explaining things. Should be high on a 'must do' list for any travellers to Poland, as the surrounding countryside is also spectacular, making the journey even more worthwhile. We stayed at a beautiful little hotel a short drive away - Zajad Bialy Mlyn, Ryn, which had excellent facilities, food, and hospitality. It worked well with Wolf's Lair, as opening hours were from 10 - 4pm, and we were able to visit lost/found relatives beforehand.
Wolf's Lair had a good food menu, and good service, even though they were very busy. My son had a ride on a restored German side-car too, which was a thrill.
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