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I'll be honest, going to the bunker was a part of our tour that I was not looking forward to, but fortunately I went anyway. We were the only ones in the bunker and our local guide, Zora, was wonderful. It is simply fascinating that...More
This bunker now accommodates 2000 people in the event of an emergency (it was originally intended for 20,000 people, but residents now have bunkers in the basement of their home).
It was built during the Cold War period and its purpose was to protect its...More
Fantastic tour in English. Impressive facility, but the most interesting part of the tour is to consider the realities of trying to survive in the face of the kind of disaster this was designed to address. Well worth a visit - the guides are excellent.
The Cold War was real and frightening and the Swizz prepared as well as they could to ensure all its citizens were provided with shelter in the event of an attack. It is a marvel of engineering and construction and is designed around two motorway...More
Switzerland has bunker space for 120% of the people that live in the country. We visited this bunker, which is one of the largest, with a group of 24 individuals ranging from 16 to 60 years old. The tour was worth every minute and every...More
We were a small group of three who thought we knew what it was like during the cold war as we are old enough to remember it, but were we surprised. Zora was our most talented guide for this whirlwind tour of the bunker and...More
Our tour was with roughly 20 people who had little (or no) idea what we were walking into. Our guide gave us a plethora of rich information through this bunker tour, which truly opened up our eyes into the events of the Cold War and...More
I wouldn`t know a lot about this amazing Bunker without the great knowledge of Kathy. If you are already in Luzern. Why not make a visit? You would amaze how much swiss people have prepare for an emergency situation. What about us and our country?