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Miedzyrzecki Fortified Region, Museum of Fortifications and Bats

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Amazing Site and Great Guide

This really is an amazing site. The engineering and history behind building such a massive site is... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2018
MarggyCanberra
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Canberra, Australia
Genuinely astonishing

We spent a fascinating 4 hours underground on a privately guided tour with Pavel, an... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2016
GingerPaddler
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Scotland
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Pniewo 1, Miedzyrzecz 66-300, Poland
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+48 95 741 99 99
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Reviewed 1 June 2018

This really is an amazing site. The engineering and history behind building such a massive site is really fascinating. It is also remarkable how intact the system still is. We had booked an English speaking guide for the 2.5 hour tour prior to leaving Australia....More

Thank MarggyCanberra
Reviewed 6 August 2017

Very interesting place to visit, i went with my boyfriend and with him not speaking polish it was a bit hard translating everything.

Thank Martyna T
Reviewed 23 September 2016

This site shows the ability and skills of the Germans during WWII. The depth of the tunnels seems extraordinary for the time and they are still in very good condition. The purpose and eventual use of the fortifications is also very interesting. There are also...More

Thank Ron W
Reviewed 27 July 2016

We spent a fascinating 4 hours underground on a privately guided tour with Pavel, an English-speaking military enthusiast. We explored 6 miles of underground tunnels, mostly by torchlight, learning about the building and use of this remarkably well preserved complex. The scale is breathtaking and...More

Thank GingerPaddler
Reviewed 23 July 2016

This is cheap, worth visiting. You do not have to be interested in history, you take this seriously and love it anyway. The guide was great. English guide is very good, we had personal guidance,a s there were no tourists. 500 m underground is excited...More

Thank Anna-Liisa B
Reviewed 30 August 2015 via mobile

Amazing place to visit for tourists and war historians alike. Kilometers of underground tunnels, living quarters as well combat positions. Due to recent EU grant all items on the basic route got extra information boards and were restored as they were during the war (at...More

Thank Kokosowo
Reviewed 17 August 2015

This is a very interesting site, and well worth visiting. Tours are in Polish but excellent audio guides are available in English or German. Unfortunately, you still have to keep pace with the Polish tour which (ours) was too big and has different quantities of...More

Thank Nomadali
Reviewed 23 June 2015

Found this place through an internet search - website was only in Polish. Said it has English, German, and Polish tours on the weekend at 1100 and 1400. Brought a group of eleven at 1030 on a Saturday and not a person there spoke English...More

Thank Fancy H
Reviewed 26 May 2015 via mobile

Went here on the off chance. This bunker system is intact and gives a you a real feel for the era. Take a torch and something warm because it gets cold down below. Take a guided tour if your Polish. Used the English translation using...More

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