city and urban gmina in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship in north-eastern Poland
Ketrzyn (until 1946 Rastembork; German: Rastenburg) is a town in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodship, in Poland. It is well known as a location of Adolf Hilter's war headquarters in the woods nearby.
- 1 The Wolf's Lair (pl: Wilczy Szaniec, de: Wolfsschanze) (just east of Ketrzyn, accessible by car or touring car using a newly paved, but very narrow, road), ☏ +48 89 752 4429, firstname.lastname@example.org. 8:00 until dusk. The former Nazi Headquarters where Hitler resided during most of World War 2. Visitors can tour freely or with a guide around the ruins of bunkers and other buildings of the former secret town. There is also a hotel at the site and a restaurant. It is possible (with no additional fee) to stay overnight in a tent or in a mobile home in the area and electricity and showers are available. Adults: 15 pln, Children and students: 10 pln, Parking (Car): 10 pln.
- 2 Teutonic Castle of Schloss Rastenburg, plac Zamkowy 1, ☏ +48 89 752 32 82. Tu-Su: 9:00—18:00.
- 1 Biedronka Supermarket, plac Słowiański 3, ☏ +48 800 080 010. M-Sa: 7:00—21:00. Su: 9:00—20:00.