1. Szczecin Underground Routes and Old Town Private WalkingTour
Discover the significance of Szczecin in World War II on a tour through its underground passages. The occupying German forces built an anti-aircraft shelter underneath the city in 18th-century tunnels which has survived to the present day. The shelter was used during air raids and could accommodate 5000 civilians. Enter the shelter and discover a variety of exhibitions, mannequins, photos, and movies played with special sounds and lights. Learn about its use in World War II in an exciting way. Walk along the "World War II Route” with the shelter as the main attraction. Afterwards, follow your guide to the Old Town where you can admire the medieval sights of the city, including the beautiful views of the Odra River from Bulwar Piastowski and see the beautiful Market Sienny Square. For those who want to see more, there is a 3-hour option which includes an additional special route in the underground shelter. This route highlights the use of the shelter during the Cold War and life during Communist times.