If you have to pick a spot to survive the zombie apocalypse, this is the place to be.
Built by the company Vivos and founder Robert Vicino, the Europa One fallout shelter has quite literally everything.
Indoor movie theatre? Check.
Five star dining area and sleeping quarters? Check.
Modern day, illuminated interior? Check.
Oh, you also need a museum to house precious artifacts? Check!
Yup, this fallout shelter, which is the length of 71 connected Boeing 747s, has everything you would ever need in case a pack of zombies has routed your neighborhood.
In fact, unless those zombies learn how to fly a helicopter, they'll never even get within biting distance of you. That's because, once the gates are locked, you can only access this facility via helicopter.
Even if a zombie gets his pilot license, there's no way they are getting through this door.
In order to create this luxurious fallout shelter, Vivos bought the 76-acre space from the German government after they realized they had no use for the former Russian Cold War munitions depot.
So if you have to survive a nuclear blast or those pesky zombies, just head to the village of Rothenstein in the heart of Germany.
Well, not so fast.
This five star shelter with amenities and designs comparable to a mega yacht is invitation only.
However, if you're one of the lucky 500 that gets to survive in this facility, you'll certainly be spending a lot of quality time by the pool.