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Szczecin Underground Routes

Ul. Krzysztofa Kolumba 1/6 | Main Railway Station, Szczecin 70-035, Poland
+48 91 434 08 01
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Totally a must-do!

The visit is really really interesting! There's a lot to see (not so many things in English tho... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2015
Carolina d
Good service

Great service to help tourists find around town. It is very easy to get hold of the many nice... read more

Reviewed 4 May 2015
hborchert
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Secret places always arouse people's interest. It concern also Szczecin Underground. Both formerly and nowadays it is a subject of many myths and legends about dungeons and shelters. Explore the Underground Szczecin with us! Only a few cities in Poland can pride themselves on almost kilometer underground tourist routes. On the Main Railway Station in Szczecin you can visit huge underground antiaircraft shelter for civilians from the time of the II World War. After 1945 shelter was converted into nuclear shelter. Each day at 12:00 we invite individual tourists to explore the shelter. Earlier reservation is not necessary. Each visitor is welcome. For groups of 8 persons or more sightseeing is possible also at others hours. For Sundays and bank holiday sightseeing please make an earlier reservation.
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  • Average4%
  • Poor4%
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9 Jul 2015
“Totally a must-do!”
3 May 2015
“Good service”
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Ul. Krzysztofa Kolumba 1/6 | Main Railway Station, Szczecin 70-035, Poland
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+48 91 434 08 01
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Reviewed 9 July 2015

The visit is really really interesting! There's a lot to see (not so many things in English tho..) and the guide is super energetic, nice and funny! Personally, I found the place on itself really "heavy", but this kind of "attractions" always impress me a...More

Thank Carolina d
Reviewed 4 May 2015

Great service to help tourists find around town. It is very easy to get hold of the many nice places.

Thank hborchert
Reviewed 14 July 2014

Fantastic tour, would be perfect if more of the material would be on english and go little bit slower over the area.

Thank UniKarls
Reviewed 24 March 2014

I took the route "World War II". The visit was very interesting because: - we were just 4 (guide, me and a father with son) ... it felt private - I refused the german & english printed materials, wanted to hear it in polish only...More

1  Thank rbbrno
Reviewed 28 October 2013

Came here just before the new year. Cheap to get in and was a fantastic tour on the whole. I'm an avid history and urban exploration fan and I can safely say, this is worth seeing and it's not like other installations that I've seen...More

Thank James S
Reviewed 2 September 2012

15zl entry for either tour (Cold War / WW2) both of which last an hour. Access the tour from the main station lower part (near Platform 3). The guide was fantastic throughout and did his best to ensure English speakers were catered for by giving...More

2  Thank Davie R
Reviewed 1 September 2012

The guide did not speak English, but we still had a good time. Its right in the train station. You can get tickets at the tourist office, a few doors down from the station. The staff at the tourist office are very friendly. They also...More

1  Thank Tker48
Reviewed 29 July 2012

These two interesting tours take you into the bowels of the city into the tunnels beneath the train station that were started by the Prussians, adapted by the Nazi's and finally upgraded and exploited by the Soviets. Two tours run each day the first one...More

3  Thank TravellingTom78
Reviewed 13 July 2011

The visit takes 1 hour and is a guided tour in Polish. As English speaking you get an English summary that you have to try to read as you walk around. If from Poland I can imagine that this can be a good history reminder....More

Thank ARSweden
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Response from Carolina d | Reviewed this property |
It might be IBIS or Novotel, they are just like 500m far from the Train Station. Here you have the adress and contact of Novotel: 3 Maja 31, 70-215 Szczecin, Polónia Phone:+48 91 480 14 00 And IBIS: Endereço: Dworcowa 16... More
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