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During World War 2 Memorial Tour you visit:

  • Gdansk, Westerplatte, Hitler’s Wolfsschanze (Wolf’s Lair) Headquarters,
  • German Army Headquarters in Mamerki, Pozezdrze (Himmler Headquarter),
  • Wizna (Battle of the Wizna), Warsaw, The Warsaw Rising Museum,
  • Sochaczew (Battle of the Bzura),
  • Konewka train bunker,
  • Auschwitz concentration camp,
  • Owl Mountains, Hitler’s Forgotten Bunkers (Project Riese),
  • POW Lamsdorf
  • Ksiaz castle, Camps in Zagan,
  • Krzystkowice (Alfred Nobel Dynamit Factory),
  • Międzyrzecz Fortification Region
  • and a lots of more …
  • Start of one vehicle with the basic assumption (1 driver + 1 co-driver).
  • Guiding. The route is divided into 7 to 13 days. (depend the tour)
  • Maps of the area supplied where applicable (i.e. difficult sections).
  • Sheets of special tasks.
  • Charges for accommodation in guesthouses on the route.
  • Charges for accommodation at campsites.
  • Restaurant lunch.
  • Tickets to all tourists attractions.
  • Additional gifts.
  • Welcome ‘surprise goody pack’.
  • and more

Trip Excludes

  • fuel
  • ferry or Euro Tunnel.
  • alcohol, tips,
  • food
Extra cost:
  • additional adult passenger or children more then 12 years – 50% of trip fees.
  • additional children 6-12 years – 25% of fee.
  • additional children 0-6 years (upon commencement of tour) free.
  • more then two children – cost like one adult passenger
  1. Glenda and Geoff:

    In 2015, as part of a much larger Explore Eastern Europe and Scandinavian 4×4 trip, we decided to join Marcin on his WWII Memorial Tour. This we did as a means of attaining a far deeper insight into Poland, her people and particularly her wartime history, than would have been possible had we attempted the trip by ourselves.
    Having had no means of contact with Marcin, for some months prior to our arrival in Gdansk, we were greatly impressed and relieved to find our bubbly and irrepressible host waiting at the door of the hotel for our arrival. During the course of the tour Marcin demonstrated his deep passion and love for his mother country. Many of the insights Marcin shared with us went well beyond those normally provided by tourist guidebooks, and were only assessable because of Marcin’s ability to tap in to a huge network of local information, tied in with his own encyclopaedic knowledge on the subject.
    The detailed planning showed a high degree of professionalism. The information package provided by Marcin was a real gem and a source of future reference. Throughout the trip, Marcin was able to keep a degree of flexibility within his itinerary, adapting the programme as needed to cater for unforeseen hiccups. His accommodation choices brought some pleasant surprises, allowing us to experience the true polish culture, at a very reasonable cost.
    We will always remember Marcin, as an unflappable character, with a wry sense of humour and a very deep sense of professionalism. We would not hesitate to take further trips with Marcin and would recommend 4X4zone to others seeking a reasonably priced historical and cultural tour with the added bonus of some real 4X4 action.

  2. Andy Landy:

    I’m taking this opportunity to thank Marcin Burza of 4x4zone for providing a safe, fun, totally enjoyable tour that is the World War 2 Memorial Tour of Poland. From start to finish the tour exceeded my expectations with the service provided, Marcin’s guiding, great B&B’s and campsites, Polish cuisine, driving off the beaten tracks between destinations, a tour that also represented value for money! What more could I say….!! Keep up the good work buddy

  3. Dave Whormsley:

    Well this is the last day of tour with Marcin Burza of 4x4zone. Absolutely amazing . Would highly recommend this tour to everyone. The best organised tour I have ever been on by a long way. Thanks 4x4zone for the adventure

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