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Project Riese

Wroclaw, Poland
+48 74 845 62 20
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So many mysteries!!

This was an amazing tour throughout the caves, it is absolutely a tour worth doing. Let your... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2017
puppyos
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Hobart, Australia
A mystery of WW2

No one really knows about the purpose of this tunnel system. The suffering of the prisoners is... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2017
JudyGraham
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Main Beach, Australia
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As of today, seven systems of shelters and tunnels belonging to the “Komplex Riese” are known to exist in the Owl Mountains. The exact purpose of these facilities remains unclear even today. They are all of a similar design, corresponding to the layout of other of Adolf Hitler's subterranean headquarters.
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Reviewed 6 July 2017

This was an amazing tour throughout the caves, it is absolutely a tour worth doing. Let your imagination go wild as you trek through these caves.

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Reviewed 1 July 2017

No one really knows about the purpose of this tunnel system. The suffering of the prisoners is unimaginable. The tours are in polish, and the tunnels are freezing, bring lots of warm clothes. The polish tour guide spends an awful long time at each stop...More

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Reviewed 29 June 2017

Like BJ_Poz have mentioned : "Jawornik, Soboń, Gontowa, Książ, Rzeczka, Włodarz and Osówka belong to the underground project called RIESE (= "giant" in German). The last three are accessible for tourists, Książ as well but only in a small part. Until now we don't have...More

1  Thank iBrandonTing
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Reviewed 8 February 2017

Very interesting visit to these tunnels and caves. The only thing we found was that as English speaking people, we were given the audio guide to listen to-but the Polish tour guide spent a lot longer speaking to the other visitors, and we were stood...More

2  Thank jenmelmar
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Reviewed 29 January 2017

the story behind the location itself is amazing, and the visit to the labour camp is really touching

1  Thank Charles Dexter W
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Reviewed 23 September 2016

The rumours surrounding the intention of these unfinished caves may well be one of those things to which we will never know the answer but visiting the complex enables you to understand the vastness of the project and the dangers the workers would have gone...More

3  Thank Ron W
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Reviewed 4 August 2016

Jawornik, Soboń, Gontowa, Książ, Rzeczka, Włodarz and Osówka belong to the underground project called RIESE (= "giant" in German). The last three are accessible for tourists, Książ as well but only in a small part. Until now we don't have a clear proof as to...More

3  Thank BJ_Poz
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Reviewed 27 July 2016

One of the biggest constructions conducted by Nazi Germany during WW2 as a part of secret project codename Riese. Very misterious place with different theories surrounding it. Important notes: - Think about this place more like huge abandoned mine or construction site can be demending...More

2  Thank Tomasz S
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Reviewed 9 November 2015 via mobile

After reading reviews from TA, I found it quite challenging to visit the place. Fortunately, I discovered the Vratislava private tour which can take us to this place. The Project Riese at Osowka is almost a two hours drive from Wroclaw. After arriving, without following...More

4  Thank Aaron T
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Reviewed 20 July 2015 via mobile

My partner and I rented a car because we wanted to visit Project Riese. It's 85 km from Wroclaw but quite a drive through the midlands. We reached Osowka in 100 minutes. The tour goes almost each hour in the summer, but is also only...More

5  Thank Michelle M
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MarggyCanberra
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Response from JudyGraham | Reviewed this property |
There are a lot of accommodation options around Ksiaz Castle, which is about 45 minutes by car away from Project Riese. The castle also has tunnels that were built as part of the Project Riese. You will need a car, as there... More
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