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This tour was great! Our tour guide, Philipa was fantastic and really knew her history and provided good insight into the current German views on their past. Would definitly recommend!
Our guide Rick, who had a graduate degree in history, did a great job describing the history of this site. Highly recommended!
Dennis was a fantastic four guide! He was extremely knowledgeable, and I loved how he told us the entire story of a prisoner in the camp as we went through the tour. I highly recommend the tour. It was the highlight of my 2-week vacation.
Our tour guide Dennis was truly amazing. Had the group gripped from the moment we left until we departed at the end of the day. This tour is a must if you are taking a trip to Berlin.
This was a fantastic tour and I highly recommend this if you're interested in history. The tour guide was very informative and knows his stuff. The only one negative I had was walking from the train station to the camp. I think the amount of walking could have been highlighted in the tour details as I have a disability and struggled a great deal. Other than that, this was something I am glad I did.
Excellent job. I found our tour guide not only extremely knowledgeable, but even better organized. As someone who usually has quite a few questions to ask, I was left with almost none. Thanks again!
Extremely knowledgeable and approachable guide who was very keen to share his knowledge and passionate in his delivery of the tour. I was able to really appreciate the history of the camp and I doubt the experience would have been half as interesting and eye-opening without our guide.
This tour was amazing! Lorna was an excellent, knowledgable guide! She explained things very well. Its weird to say that going to a concentration camp was a good experience, but it really was. To step foot into history like this was awesome. It's an unforgettable experience that I highly recommend!
This was a very interesting and moving visit to this memorial. Our guide Carlos was fantastic and probably the most knowledgable and insightful tour guide I've ever had. In particular his communication skills were superb. He was extremely clear and articulate and explained the historical atrocities which occurred at Sachsenhausen in a very thought-provoking way. Thank you so much for the valuable educational experience.
This tour was excellent, our tour guide Carlos was very informative and gave multiple perspectives which was fantastic.
It was a bleak cold snowy day in Berlin but I really wanted to see this Concentration camp and at first I was little hesitant in signing up for a tour as I prefer to go solo and make my own way. But seeing how big this site is and how extensive the history is (whilst being completely new and clueless to Berlin) I signed up for this tour. Not to mention the fact it is also very affordable.
I did not regret my choice one bit, our tour guide Kevin, was fantastic. His blunt, factual and historically accurate approach was brilliant. Like the pairing of wine with food Kevin was the perfect person to lead us on this tour and I left with a very strong impression that day. A head full of facts and information and sights and memories I shall never forget. Not to be missed one bit. Thank you to Viator and our guide Kevin.
Rick, our guide was fantastic. He is very knowledgeable and he knows his 'stuff'. A very good and informative experience. Thank you very much for making the tour so interesting.
An amazing experience which I would recommend to all. Absolute eye opener and worth the time and money. Our tour leader, Finn, was absolutely brilliant and he had so much knowledge about the camp.
Our tour guide was Ryan and he was absolutely brilliant and very knowledgeable! very insightful seeing for yourself the true horror that occurred. Would recommend anyone to go.
Philippa is a great guide. Her knowledge and explanations of the details of this camp, show considerable depth and understanding of all that took place here- an indication of her historical background. It was an extremely cold and bleak day on our visit to Sachsenhausen, which only added to the mood of the camp and a greater understanding of the what it must have been like for the prisoners who were held here. This was an invaluable experience, which was made all the more worthwhile because of Philippa, who was a wonderful guide.