My son Anthony and I took a trip to Germany, HE really wanted to goto Dachau, I was not sure if I wanted too, but went. I learned so much more going there, than I learned in school years ago. IT is very emotional for many reasons, and for various personal reasons. I would definately recommend this tour, it's part of our history and worth going there and seeing it for yourself. It was a very humbling experience and one I just can't explain in words.
The actual tour was carried out by Radius. One tour guide for Dachau and a different chap for Munich. Two different styles but excellent results from each. Both gentlemen were personable, knowledgeable and charming. Would repeat without hesitation.
My wife and I grabbed an excellent lunch in the Haptbanhof in between the tours at a German restaurant tucked away in the back area next to a Chinese/Japanese food stand. Terrific food and a nice rest.
the tour guide was excellent, not only his knowledge of Dachau but also the wider social, political and economic history which led to the rise of the Nazis. Whilst the nature of this tour is never going to be fun, it was nevertheless fascinating and very well worth the modest price. i wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
We appreciated our tour to Dachau and it was what we expected, but we found that we were tired from the trip to Dachau and the short break between the two tours left us too tired to actually go on the Third Reich tour. The guide for our tour at Dachau was very good and we gained quite a bit of new information from him. Susan Cockcroft
In retrospect, we would have done this tour on our own, as it was not really difficult to catch a direct train to Dachau, then catch the bus to the memorial site. We found this tour went too fast for what we wanted - as it skipped parts we really wanted to look at. Although our guide was interesting and informative, we wanted to spend some time just floating around ourselves, reading the boards of information. The time at the Crematorium was also rushed. For a place of such history, just sitting and reflecting is important. I would recommend visitors to go on their own, rather than an organised tour, as there really isnt any massive queues to get in.
This is an excellent tour. Our tour guide, Sabri, presented the information well and answered many questions. He was an engaging speaker on a difficult subject. He spoke not only of what had happened in Dachau so long ago, but also about how young Germans feel about it today. We would recommend this tour to any one making the journey to Munich.
Our guide was excellent! He was very knowledgeable as well as respectful of the circumstances associated with Dachau.
This tour was handled and presented so well by our guide Diana, very professional, helpful and nice. If you are going to see Dachau you couldn't do any better than this!
We thought the tour to Dachau was excellent, go with a guide . Our guide Keith was so good and we learned so much going with him. If we had gone without him , we would have just wondered the camp . We saw lots of tourist stop and listen to him because of his knowledge .
Excellent tour. Two brilliant tour guide's with exceptional knowledge and great people skills. Dachau as to be seen while in Munich just the history behind it alone. Walking tour very interesting and a great way to see Munich.
This was a very informative tour, our guide Kevin was fantastic. He was knowledgable and knew exactly how to keep the tour going smoothly. I would recommend this tour for anyone interested in the history surrounding dachau.
Firstly, I thought Craig was wonderful. So informative and also very respectful towards the victims of Dachau and the holocaust I general.
Andy, the Scottish tour guide for the Third Reich Tour, was also very good and knew his stuff and added a bit of humour in to it now and again, which was great!!
The tour of Dachau was very informative and we were very pleased we chose this tour. One, and only one negative was the time spent standing outside main gates. Though the information was thorough, just think it was far too long. Probably less narrative and more actually seeing would be better.
If you like history or not EVERYONE should take this tour. The Dachau portion is very humbling and makes you appreciate the progress the world has made. First half of the tour was at Dachau and the second half of the day was the Third Reich Walking tour. This was also very informative and really interesting to see. Our tour guide Levi was one of the best tour guides I have had. I would highly recommend Levi as he was a fountain of information and really cared about the topic. This would be a good tour with a bad tour guide, but having such an outstanding tour guide as Levi it made things that much better. Again I highly recommend this tour and if you are smart you would ask for Levi...
The guide was extremely well-versed in the history of the camp. While it was in many ways depressing and unusual to understand the horrors of Dachau, the 'dark tourism' of Germany has a purpose, and each of us having a chance to recount this history should do so. Therefore, I recommend this tour.
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