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Both Finn,our guide, and this tour were both amazing! Finn is very discreet and respectful to all.
Although the content of this tour is confronting it is also fascinating.
We were impressed with every aspect. Highly recommend it.
Neos family from Australia.
Excellent tour very moving. Our guide Kevin was excellent and very knowledgeable. A must if you are wanting to understand Berlins past.
Enjoyed it a great deal, very educational and the guide was very knowledgeable. The kids and I learned a lot from the experience.
This was a great tour...our guide, Dennis, was very entertaining, passionate about the subject matter and knowledgeable. One thing that is NOT mentioned on the Viator site...and you don't find out until you are at the tour meeting place...is that there is no food available for purchase on the tour. There is a lunch break, but folks who booked thru other means seemed to know to BRING FOOD.
Fantastic. Our tour guide was Rick from Pitsberg Pennsylvania. Best tour guide on the whole trip. He had tonnes of knowledge and was so so passionate. He made a special effort to get to know everyone in the group whilst walking between stops. Great guy and an interesting/eyeopening tour, emotional.
This was a great tour!! Walking through history with a knowledgeable guide brought this memorial tour to life. There is a lot of walking so bring good shoes.
A must visit for anyone visiting Berlin. Very moving but very sad. I was very impressed that Germany does not try to hide this dark part of its history. Incredible tour.
This was a very good tour. Our tour guide was Kevin and he was very knowledgeable about every aspect of the camp. Would definitely recommend, but be sure you don't mind the walking as there is a quite a bit.
Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and we learned many things which were grueling, but true. I would recommend this to anyone. In fact, I already have!
Our guide on the walking tour to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp was Andrew and his passion is German history, and you could tell that by all the information he talked about during the tour of the camp.
He was so informative and also very thoughtful as it was a very hot day and he made sure that we went from shade to shade while he stopped and talked about certain points in the camp.
The guide tour so-called Dennis was the most amazing guide ever. We totally recommend this tour and also try have the tour guided by Dennis.
Our guide, Dennis was knowledgeable and professional. He told the real, sad history of this concentration camp. This was one of the highlights of our Germany trip. While the tour can be done with a head set, Dennis took it to a whole new level.