If price is no object, and survival is key, the Vivos Europa One underground bunker complex is exactly what you’ve been waiting for. Created by California entrepreneur Robert Vicino, this five-star shelter is located in the German village of Rothenstein. Each family will be provided with a private 2,500-square-foot apartment that can be fully-customized their own specifications. Whether it be a bedroom with giant displays to project the ocean, or a pool, theater and deluxe bathroom, anything is possible within reason. They will also have access to a hospital, several restaurants and a bakery. To ensure that everything runs smoothly, there are roadways, a wine cellar, prayer rooms, classrooms, a television station and a detention center within the complex. Interested families will first have to pay a base sum for their apartment, and then share of the costs for managing the complex (staff, maintenance, etc.). Continue reading for lots more pictures and information.
“The 76-acre complex can survive a ‘substantial’ close-range nuclear blast or natural disaster. In addition to its 227,904 square feet of blast-proof living areas, the bunker also boasts 43,906 square feet of above-ground space. Underground, it features countless tunnel chambers, each with their own security system, and numerous sets of blast-proof doors with airtight seals. It also has its own self-contained water and power generation system, as well as climate, ventilation, air filtration and communication systems,” according to Mail Online.