Königsberg was a walled city surrounded by a ring of defensive structures. You will examine the forts that have survived to this day, reveal their history and engineering features, and walk with a flashlight through the underground labyrinths, stairs and rooms. And I will become your reliable, knowledgeable and cheerful guide through the secret world of Kaliningrad! Individual excursion for 1–5 people Duration 3 hours Children Allowed with children How it goes On foot Rating 5 by 4 reviews RUB 4000 per excursion Price for 1-5 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
History and legends of the forts You will learn how and when the local forts were built, how they helped the city to keep the defenses for years and what values were hidden in them. And you will also reveal what the "dark ring of Koenigsberg" is, why it does not include Fort No. 13 and where the king's cache is. In addition, I will help decipher the engineering features of the forts and explain what helped them survive to this day
Journey to a mysterious dungeon The forts of Koenigsberg are a separate mysterious world with their secrets and treasures. You will walk with a flashlight through the underground tunnels, corridors, staircases and rooms of Fort No. 8, named after the Prussian King Frederick I, and try to find a treasure chest. I will help you not to miss the main point and will tell you how the function of the forts has changed over the course of history.
- If you wish, I can pick you up by personal transport (accommodates up to 4 people)
- Be prepared to walk along small forest paths and climb tunnels and dungeon stairs
Start of the excursion by appointment. You will find out the exact meeting point immediately after booking.